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A journey to healthy eating habits

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Winners

The competition has come to an end after the close of a vote on the ADEA Facebook page.

ADEA is pleased to announced the following two overall winners:

There are also two highly commended winners:

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ADEA would like to take this opportunity to appreciate your time and effort in supporting this competition. We look forward to another successful event next time.

Competition closed after Facebook voting

About World Diabetes Day

This year’s World Diabetes Day (WWD) will be celebrated on Thursday 14 November to mark the birthday of Frederick Banting, who, along with Charles Best, first conceived the idea which led to the discovery of insulin in 1922.

The World Diabetes Day campaign, led by the International Diabetes Federation and its member associations since 1991, engages millions of people worldwide in diabetes advocacy and awareness. The campaign draws attention to issues of paramount importance to the diabetes world and keeps diabetes firmly in the public spotlight.

About the competition ‘A journey to healthy eating habits’

The Australian Diabetes Educators Association (ADEA) is excited to promote World Diabetes Day. This year we are highlighting healthy eating as one way to prevent diabetes and its health complications. Our competition, ‘A journey to healthy eating habits’ hopes to inspire our members and the public to come up with innovative ways to raise awareness and generate delicious and user-friendly resources to share in the community.

Do you have an appetite for creativity? Your entry can highlight different dietary needs, e.g. gluten free; swap the ingredients, e.g. modify popular recipe; have a cultural focus, e.g. an ideal recipe during Ramadan; or nurture the collaborative approach.

There are two categories for you to select from:

You are able to submit one entry in each category.

Prize

Major prize

The overall winner in each category will receive:

Total prize value: $447.95

Highly commended winners

Runners up will receive

Winning and highly commended entries from both categories will be collaged into an electronic resource available on ADEA website.

Category 1 – Innovative teaching – healthy eating

Share your experience of healthy eating habits through an article (maximum of 300 words) with a relevant image (optional). Your image could portray your resources in action, or show groups or individuals who have participated in your work.

Entries for this category need to demonstrate innovative ways of educating people about healthy eating habits with a brief description and photos, or other technology of the activity.

Some examples might include:

Category 2 – Best recipe – healthy eating

Share your most healthy recipe along with some delicious photos. Please the competition guideline for Appendix 1 – Tips for developing healthy recipes and Appendix 2 – Tips for taking good food photos.

There are 3 sub-categories of recipes. (This will be clearly indicated by contestants on their entry form):

Important dates

Panel of judges

Photo of Kasey Batep
Kasey Bateup, an Accredited Practising Dietitian and an Accredited Nutritionist from Nutrition Australia.
Photo of Lisa Taylor
Lisa Taylor, a consumer, new author with the Australian Diabetes Educator publication
and founder of the Gestational Diabetes Recipes Website.
Photo of Rachel McKeown
Rachel McKeown, a Credentialled Diabetes Educator, an Accredited Practising Dietitian
and a member of the Dietitians Association Australia.

Relevant documents