Healthy Eating Plans
MLA has developed a series of nutrition education materials to support the consumption of beef and lamb as part of a healthy, balanced diet.In developing these materials, we consult extensively with experts and practitioners and conduct research with the target audience.This approach ensures the information is scientifically accurate, consistent with dietary recommendations and healthcare professional practices and, at the same time, is meaningful to the target audience.
The following brochures are available free of charge and are used extensively by a wide range of nutrition professionals including dietitians, child health and practice nurses, GPs, teachers and journalists. Simply click on the links below to download the brochures:
Live Well after 65 years (PDF)
Nutrition and Exercise tips for healthy living after 65 years were developed under the guidance of the Active Ageing Expert Working Group, established by Meat & Livestock Australia to ensure the tips are based on the most up-to-date evidence. Members include a geriatrician and experts in nutrition and exercise physiology.
Your guide to healthy balanced meals (PDF)
Practical meal ideas and tips on planning, shopping and meal preparation informed by our insights into meal choices, practices and information. Read our insights.
Healthy meals in four steps | Portion size ready reckoner | Healthy meal shopping guides
Meal ideas - Skewers & Mexican | Ragout & Cutlets | Stir fry & Curry | Roast & Wrap | Sandwich & Soup
Read the evidence which informed the 4 steps to a healthy, balanced meal.
Live well plan (PDF)
A higher protein, low GI weight loss plan, similar to the popular CSIRO Total Wellbeing Diet, for adults up to 50 years of age who need to lose weight to manage diabetes, cholesterol or blood pressure. Provides useful advice on portion size when preparing and serving popular meals.
Look good, feel good (PDF)
A healthy eating plan designed for young women to help manage their weight and meet their nutrient needs. The eating plan is easy to follow and sympathetic to their social lifestyles.