This June we celebrate a positive approach to food!
6 Spoons in June is an annual campaign that shines a light on hidden sugars and challenges everyone to limit added sugar intake to 6 teaspoons (25g) per day.
This year, 6 Spoons in June invites YOU to join the nearly half a million people who are on their low added-sugar journey. Learn ways to cultivate a healthy relationship with food, helping you on your journey to better health and consuming less of the sweetened stuff!
Why 6 Spoons?
That Sugar Movement endorses The World Health Organization’s recommendation to limit free and added sugar intake to 6 teaspoons (25 g) per day, for health benefits. However, the average Australian consumes around 14 teaspoons – that’s a whopping 420 in June alone!
Anywhere in the world, you can participate by:
Following That Sugar Movement on social media – Facebook, Instagram and Twitter – throughout June for daily tips, information, recipes, motivation and quick reads
strong community of people kicking sugar habits and living a healthier life.
An expert team
of dietitians and nutritionists.
More than 60%
of individuals were motivated to reduce sugar intake after watching That Sugar Film, compared to 2% from advice from doctors.
A one-off payment of $79 to give you the tools you need for a healthier life for you and your family to ditch diets forever!
Reshaping our Future
With two in three adults overweight or obese, and our children following the same fate, we believe everyone should be empowered to create their healthy future.
Since the launch of the film, we’ve been working hard at That Sugar Movement to build nutritional literacy so that people can have the practical knowledge and tools to make better food choices. At home, in our communities, at school and in the workplace across Australia and New Zealand.
Individuals and Families
You don't need to quit sugar, just learn where it's hiding
Early Learning and Education
Helping educators help our kids and their families
Teaching our children healthy habits, today and tomorrow.
Boost the health and wellbeing of your people.
Watch the movie that started That Sugar Movement
“A DEFINITE MUST-SEE FILM!”
Jamie Oliver Chef, Author and Healthy Eating Advocate