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Shuttle Run Dinners
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Shuttle Run Dinners

Let’s face it, our weekday dinners need to be nourishing and tasty but just as importantly, quick and convenient.  Many families have extra-curricular activities (e.g. sports, music, meetings) that go well beyond school finish time and into the early evening.  Often, there are multiple activities with multiple children on multiple nights.  Feeling tired and hungry...

Love thy Fruit and Vegetables
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Love thy Fruit and Vegetables

With current recommendations suggesting that we have 8-10 serves of fruit and vegetables a day, the days of eating vegetables just at dinner are long-gone.  Adding more plant foods into your day is tasty, colourful, nourishing and affordable.  I recommend every meal and every snack to include some fruits and vegetables and there are many ways...

Have you had your 5 Veges today?
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Have you had your 5 Veges today?

We all know a diet rich in vegetables is the foundation for health and should be commonplace in our everyday eating.  Eating more plant based foods by virtue, encourages us to eat more real, nutritious and wholesome foods that are as close to nature as possible and eating less processed foods that are quite high...

Health benefits of fermented foods and how they can help you
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Health benefits of fermented foods and how they can help you

For centuries around the world, fermenting foods has been a way to preserve food and lengthen its shelf life, whilst producing a unique flavour. Fermentation relies on the natural action of micro-organisms (yeast and bacteria) to convert carbohydrate in food into short chain fatty acids and other by-products.  It is the ingestion of these fermented...

Anzac Biscuits
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Anzac Biscuits

On Anzac Day, we pay tribute to all the men and women who have served our nation as members of the Australian Defence Force. Lest We Forget “The army biscuit, also known as an Anzac wafer or Anzac tile, is essentially a long shelf-life, hard tack biscuit, eaten as a substitute for bread. Unlike bread,...

Feeling constantly tired and low in energy….it may be low iron levels?
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Feeling constantly tired and low in energy….it may be low iron levels?

Iron is an essential mineral our body requires to produce haemoglobin (red blood cells) that transports oxygen around the body, and is crucial for energy production.  Babies and children need iron to grow and develop normally.  Iron deficiency is caused by a depletion of iron stores that can result in a drop of haemoglobin in...

Find your joy and happiness with food
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Find your joy and happiness with food

The Spoon Project is an initiative of Rachael Bradford, Nutritionist and Director of Eat and Enjoy Nutrition, to help people have an enjoyable, freeing & healthful relationship with food.  to help people move towards a positive, healthful and happy relationship with food. The Nourish & Nurture spoon is a uniquely special spoon with hand-stamped inscription...

Eating Mediterranean can give you a Longer Life
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Eating Mediterranean can give you a Longer Life

The Mediterranean Diet is fast becoming the healthiest and tastiest way to improve your health.  Research is constantly supporting this way of eating as the best way to improve cholesterol control, fatty liver, diabetes and weight management.  More recently it has been found to have a positive effect on mood and protection against dementia.  Above...

Learn your new food language and reap the benefits
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Learn your new food language and reap the benefits

Are you sick of the diet-merry-go-round, confused about what to eat and what not to eat, follow your own set of food rules, see foods as good or bad, have the “guilts” if you too much of the wrong food in your food rules – maybe it is time to learn a new food language.  In many cases, people...

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