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  • Boost Your Metabolism Naturally with Protein

    When you are wanting to make changes with your food, and subsequently body composition, understanding the role of different nutrients is crucial. ...
  • Three Simple Steps to Reset Your Diet and Health

    Are you feeling the need to hit the reset button on your food intake? Those well meaning New Years Goals set just a couple of months ago now out t...
  • Doing The Work and Getting No Results

    This is an area of growth that has been front of mind lately. We have been having deep conversations on the podcast and blog on body composition a...
  • Starting Solids at Christmas

    Starting solids around Christmas can be a fun and festive experience for you and your baby. However it can also bring some extra worry and pressur...
  • Where to Start Reducing Sugar

      This week on the podcast we had three great caller questions with a 'where to start' theme. One of these questions was "where to start wi...
  • Starting Solids - The Meat Question?

    How to introduce meat to babies is something that I see a lot of parents unsure about and there is not a lot of information on why this is really ...
  • Starting Solids - Why I Don't Recommend Baby Rice

    The phase of starting babies on solid food is currently one of hot debate with conflicting information. This is representative of the current clim...
  • Introducing Eggs to Babies

    Egg Blog

    The humble egg has been subjected to quite a wide variety of opinions when it comes to introducing it to your baby. It is also classified as a 'high allergenic food', being one of the top eight food allergens.

    Nutritionally, the egg is packed full of important nutrients. It is a complete protein (containing all eight essential amino acids) plus it contains both saturated fat (approximately 1g) as...
  • Plastic Free July - Getting Started

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    My boys live outdoors. They live in the ocean, the bush, the trees, even just our little back garden. We have not yet taken them to the snowy mountains but no doubt that will also become part of their playground when they are older. It really saddens me to think however that the great outdoors they love so much could no longer be a safe, clean playground for them due to the waste crisis we are...
  • Product Review - Vitality Wraps by The Vegery

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    It is fair to say I am still in the novice category when it comes to school lunches....our eldest son has just started back but as he turned five towards the end of last year he has been going less than two months. I am well aware of the long stretch of school lunches that lies before me.

    Already I am not a huge fan....I actually believe that we need to bring back in provided lunches at school BUT...
  • The Best Cracker?

    Cracker

    Back by popular demand I have one of my popular product review blogs – this time on crackers!

    Crackers to tend to be quite a stable food purchase for many families. Little ones like them as they are easy finger food and can be transported without a lot of damage. Crackers are traditionally made from flour. Something you may not know is the holes in crackers are called "docking" holes. The holes are...
  • Storing Coconut Oil In Summer

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    Knowing how to correctly store and look after food products can give you a lot of confidence to buy it and use it!

    Coconut oil will change its state from solid to liquid in different temperatures and how to correctly store it is something I commonly get asked about. My home country New Zealand is typically quite cool, temperature wise, for most of the year with the exception of a couple of months...