is a pilot program in secondary schools that aims to reduce students' intake of sugary drinks. Sugary drinks include:

Sugary Drinks 

Sugary drinks are a significant source of sugar in a teen's diet. Drinking sugary drinks every day can lead to a range of health problems including tooth decay and erosion.

switchURsip aims to encourage students to switch from sugary drinks to healthier options, such as water and milk, at school and at home.

For more information, please email HNELHD-GoodforKids@hnehealth.nsw.gov.au or phone 4924 6499.



Water has 0 teaspoons of sugar


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