Poster 1 - How much sugar is in your drink?
- No sugar
- The best drink when you are thirsty
Low/ reduced fat milk (unflavoured)*
- A great source of vitamins and minerals and is low in natural sugar
*Serve full fat milk for children under 2 years
- Has important vitamins and minerals
- But also has lots of natural sugars and increases risk of tooth decay*
*So not too much - limit to half a cup occasionally
- Very high in added sugar
- Poor source of nutrients
- Increases risk of tooth decay and weight gain
- Add lots of extra sugar to our diet and don’t have the healthy things our bodies need
Poster 2 - Water and milk are best for our kids (PDF 794 KB)
Poster 2 - Water and milk are best for our kidsWater and milk help keep your bones, teeth, heart and kidneys healthy.
Poster 3a - Got thirst? Water first! (PDF 1568 KB)
Poster 3a - Got thirst? Water first!Water helps you stay healthy.
Poster 3b - Got thirst? Water first! (PDF 2574 KB)
Poster 3b - Got thirst? Water first!We want to live long not make it shorter, so we drink... healthy water!
Water helps you stay healthy.
Keep water in the fridge and carry a water bottle.
Poster 4 - Sugary drinks are not good for you! (PDF 788 KB)
Poster 4 - Sugary drinks are not good for you!They add lots of extra sugar to our diet and don't have the healthy things our bodies need.
- 375ml can contains 9 teaspoons sugar
- 600ml buddy contains 15 teaspoons sugar
- 1.25ltr bottle contains 33 teaspoons sugar
- Tooth Decay
- Weight Gain
- Heart Disease
- Diabetes (Sugar Disease)
- Other Chronic Diseases
Be strong drink smart drink water!Top tips
- Reach for water first, it fixes your thirst
- Keep water in the fridge ready to drink
- Take water with you when you go out