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World Liver Day 2021

April 12, 2021

World Liver Day is held each year on 19 April to generate awareness of how important the liver is to our survival.

Did you know?

  • Your liver is your largest internal organ, performing up to 500 functions to keep you healthy
  • More than six million Australians are or have been affected by liver disease
  • More than 7,000 Australians die each year from chronic liver disease.

This year over four days we explore how to #lookafteryourliver with four facets of living well: being drink aware, eating well, feeling well and getting active.

We invite you to share a photo of how you #lookafteryourliver to go into the draw to win a voucher:

  • Drink Aware – Monday 19 April

What’s your favorite non-alcoholic or low-sugar drink?

Tell us about it and go in the draw to win a voucher for a pack of non-alcoholic drinks.

 

  • Eating Well – Tuesday 20 April

What’s your favorite healthy recipe or meal? Tell us about it and go in the draw to win a voucher for a healthy meal.

 

  • Feeling Well – Wednesday 21 April

How do you take the time to de-stress and relax? Tell us about it and go in the draw to score a massage or 2 tickets to catch a flick.

 

  • Getting Active – Thursday 22 April

What’s your favorite exercise or activity? Tell us about it and go in the draw to win a session with a personal trainer.

How to enter: Share on social or email us your photo:

Facebook in the comments section of any post promoting the competition.

Instagram and tag @hepvic with the hashtag #LookAfterYourLiver in your insta post.

Twitter, tag @hepvic with the hashtag #LookAfterYourLiver to your tweet.

Email us

Terms & conditions

A maximum of one voucher per person can be given with four vouchers available in total.

Tips for your liver health

Eating Well, Getting Active, Feeling Well and being Drink Aware.

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