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just food

Food is morally neutral, shouldn’t make us feel bad or guilty. Food should be enjoyed!

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how to inspire others to eat more colourfully?

The key to inspiring others is to ENGAGE them (without judging, preaching or pressuring).

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food and mood

Did you know that diet can improve your concentration, memory, mood and energy levels?

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eat a traffic light everyday

Bringing it back to basics with this helpful blog about colourful eating

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food rules

I recently read Michael Pollan’s ‘Food Rules’. Michael is a journalist and penned the quote; “Eat food. Mostly plants. Not too much.”

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why we can all use a little more colour in our lives

This morning I had three. Just now I devoured four. I’m probably going to have another three for dinner tonight …
What on earth are you talking about, you ask?

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the glass is half colourful

There are many ways to look at a situation. Recently I’ve taken the approach to try and focus on the positive and build from there. So how does this relate to food? Let me tell you a story…

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being thankful

A tradition I want to start with my family to support family mealtimes, mindful eating and a moment of peace in busy lives.

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water…just add colour

Here are some colourful tips for making delicious flavoured. Great for the festive season, birthday parties and for keeping you hydrated this summer!

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mind full to mindful

When did things get so complicated? It’s just food. It’s time for a brain dump and social media cleanse. Let go of the marketing hype and confusing, conflicting and negative food thoughts.
Let’s venture from mind full to mindful…

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you can make friends with salad

Being a dietitian with a Simpson loving (“You don’t make friends with saa-lad…you don’t make friends with saa-lad”), fussy eating husband, I am often taunted with this song. And you know what… I couldn’t disagree more.
And here’s why…

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the list – top 5 foods that tops it all!

Magazines and news stories are brimming with tips promising this and that: Top foods for being happy; Top foods for reducing cholesterol; Top foods for slowing aging; Top foods for mental agility; Top foods to lose weight ETC So here is our “top 5” list of foods for everything!

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  • Anyone else still packing lunchboxes? We still have over a week to go. Here is my fav lunchbox recipe which is also great for school holidays or car trips, and perfect for freezing. All you do is mix 2-3 overripe bananas and 2 cups oats. Then add whatever you like; today I did coconut, olive oil and dark choc chips. Bake for 20 minutes and that’s it. #loveoats #wasteless #bananas

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