Natural Skincare – Making Healthy Natural Changes in all aspects of our lives……

Did you know there are approximately 10,500 chemicals commonly used in skincare and beauty products?

More importantly, according to the EWG (Environmental Working Group) only 13% of these have been tested for safety over the past 30 years? Finding that out was a kind of ‘what the?!’ moment for me. 

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‘Healthy, Natural Changes’ doesn’t just refer to diet, it also means making healthier, more natural choices in other areas of our lives. The amount of chemicals … Continue reading

HNC Mini Banana Muffins

Everyone loves a good muffin, am I right? This is a beauty – gluten and dairy free, but loved by everyone. You can mix it up however you like – keep them plain, or add some chocolate chips, blueberries or strawberries. Almond meal keeps them nice and moist, and is a good source of protein and healthy fats.

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  • One and a half cups of Almond Meal (Or one cup of Almond meal, half a cup of LSA)
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Healthy Easter recipes…..damn delicious too!

Healthy Easter recipes. An Easter without the crazy sugar highs and lows? An Easter with beautiful, delicious whole foods and yummy treats? You betcha! Here is a collection of some wonderful healthy recipes for you, that are delicious and perfect for that Easter feast. Some wonderful ideas of my own and other fantastic and very clever blogger friends.

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Now, if you missed my Easter chocolate post, you can find it here. It includes my delicious raw chocolate recipe, and Continue reading

Easter is coming….better hop to it! Recipes and Ideas for a healthy Easter

I know….corny title right? Couldn’t resist a bunny joke though.choccaramel

How fast is this year going? I guess I have had my head stuck in baby fog…breastfeeding, baby cuddles, nappies, sleep – or lack of!! It’s been a lovely 6 weeks and I can’t believe how much she is growing already.I have been seeing Easter ideas in my newsfeed now for weeks so thought I’d better get onto it for you. This is my first in a couple of Easter … Continue reading

What?! Back to school…already?! Healthy School lunchbox ideas for you.

The end of school holidays! I can hear a lot of relieved mums and kids out there itching to get back into routine. For me it’s time off work, no stress, most importantly lots of play time with my boys, trips to the Coast, fun in the sun – I love Summer holidays! But, sadly it’s time to get back into routine and start talking school (and work!) lunches.

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I’m hoping this post will give you plenty of ideas for Continue reading

Ways to eat Chia….

Chia Seeds. Little seeds that pack a whole lot of nutritional punch!

Wondering why you should include these in your daily diet, and how on earth you are going to do it? Well you’ve come to the right place 🙂 Lots of ideas below.

Benefits of Chia are numerous. benefits of chia


Firstly, they are an excellent source of omega 3 fats, that are essential for brain health and are also anti-inflammatory.

Secondly, they are a complete protein, containing all of the … Continue reading

Additive-free is the way to be!

When our grandparents were kids, food was food. A cake was flour, butter, sugar and eggs. Simple. Not a list of ingredients a mile long that contain a lot of chemicals.


Is this really a cake?? 14+ chemical ingredients

The Food Industry has changed drastically over the past 50 years. We are now consuming food that is not real. Full of additives, preservatives, artificial flavours and colours – all meant to increase shelf life and enhance taste and appearance … Continue reading

Why whole foods? Our journey so far….

When you have a child, it’s only natural that you want the very best for them. When they start to eat, you are suddenly challenged with not only ensuring they are eating enough, but also ensuring they get all the nutrients they need to grow. What a responsibility! Our journey ‘Back to Whole Foods’ began when our little boy suffered repeated asthma attacks in 2013. Initially, we were told it was a viral induced attack. Neither myself or my husband … Continue reading