Our adult and children Food4Health healthy eating guidelines, updated in September 2016, have received very positive responses, especially from practitioners, and are a valuable resource for nutrition practices. They are available as downloads, and you may use the content as you like provided that you always clearly attribute it to Alliance for Natural Health International, including the date and a link to the original content. They are backed up by supporting articles and scientific references.

 

You can now buy our Food4Health Guidelines in two handy leaflets:

ANH-Intl’s ‘Food and You’ handy pull-out shopping guide: part of our Tools for Practitioners’ Toolkit series

ANH-Intl’s ‘Food and You’ leaflet has been specifically designed as a client handout.  You may not be able to accompany your clients to the supermarket, but you can give them this handy guide to take with them.  It clearly illustrates ANH-Intl’s adult and children’s Food4Health Guidelines, as well as a clear justification for the health benefits of ‘eating a rainbow’ every day — including the list of vegetables and fruits that make up nature’s 6-colour palette.  This is an attractive, simple, practical and information-rich resource for you to give to your clients as a daily reminder of what a healthy, anti-inflammatory, evolutionarily-rational, plate looks like.

ANH-Intl’s ‘What’s on Your Plate’ comparison handout: part of our Tools for Practitioners’ Toolkit series

This comparison handout has been specifically designed to help you show your clients how government healthy eating guidelines differ from the guidelines designed by independent scientists.  This educational tool depicts the UK, US and Harvard food plates, alongside ANH-Intl’s Food4Health Guidelines.  Seen side by side, the differences are clear to see.  On the back is a comparison chart which uses a simple traffic light system of red, amber and green to show which of the four plates ticks the key health boxes and the explanation as to why.  Leverage your client-facing time with this clear, pictorial handout that supports client education and helps making the right food choices more rational.

For more detailed information, the full reference list, articles and resources relevant to this guide please visit www.anhinternational.org or contact Melissa Smith, outreach & development officer, on melissa@anhinternational.org.

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We are a donation funded, not-for-profit organisation, and our work aims to keep you in practice. Buying a Food4Health Plate brochure package provides a helpful contribution to our work. We know practitioners with or without their own practices are trying to make a living, but we would be most grateful to any who are able to make  a one-off or regular small donation. It’s simple to do if you click here or click on the ‘donate’ button at the top of every webpage on this site. Another way you can help us is to tell others about our work. Thank you.

Food4Health Plate  2016 (for adults)

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Food4Kids Guidelines 2016 (for children)

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Carb Junkie vs metabolically flexible, fat-adapted and resilient human
 poster (for clients/patients)

Our new poster “Carb Junkie vs metabolically flexible, fat-adapted and resilient human” has been designed to help practitioners to help clients or patients make better use of the 4 energy pathways available to them if they are to develop metabolic flexibility and resilience – keys, of course, to long-term health and wellness.

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Articles relating to the Food4Health Plate:

 

Revised Food4Health guidelines to be launched at CAMexpo

 

ANH-Intl Feature: Re-thinking your food choices for 2015

 

ANH-Intl Feature: Re-thinking what our kids are eating

 

ANH-Intl Feature: Fuel efficiency and the Food4Health Plate

 

ANH-Intl’s four plate shoot-out

 

Cows’ milk – food of the Gods or driver of modern disease?

 

Milk – the good, the bad and the not for everyone!

Selected references supporting the ANH-Intl Food4Health Guidelines