6 Keys to Raising Kids to love Wholefoods

6 Keys to Raising Kids to love Wholefoods

Key 1: Create an environment where your kids appreciate wholefoods   One of the keys to teaching your kids to be lovers of wholefoods is to surround them with good food choices. Exposing them to a variety of foods from different cultures free of preservatives and any other nasties will give them a taste for real food and real flavours....

5 ways to add more wholesome goodness to your diet without starving yourself!

5 ways to add more wholesome goodness to your diet without starving yourself!

One: Add more greens to your eggs on toast I am a big advocate of eating a couple of eggs each day. Long gone are those days where we were afraid to eat a couple of eggs a week due to cholesterol concerns. We are better educated today and know that small oval of goodness goes a long way supporting...

5 Keys to Embracing a Healthy Way of Living in Community with Others Exploring Body, Soul & Spirit through Food

5 Keys to Embracing a Healthy Way of Living in Community with Others Exploring Body, Soul & Spirit through Food

What I love about the Mediterranean Lifestyle is that it’s not just about deliciously good food, but it’s also about getting together to share a meal, share your hopes and dream and to motivate each other to keep moving, naturally. The Blue Zones group (https://www.bluezones.com) have been investigating this lifestyle for over a decade now and have found what my...

3-STEPS TO CONQUERING A SWEET TOOTH!

I am just wondering if I am going to bore you with a blog about bliss balls? Sure, nearly everyone has heard of them, tried them, made them and we must be ready for the next trend to come out but seriously, these little morsels of delicious goodness are worth shouting from the roof tops on how nutritious and delicious,...

Eating Together At Meal Times – And why this is important in a growing child’s life!

Eating Together At Meal Times – And why this is important in a growing child’s life!

In a recent article, Anne Fishel, co-founder of a non-profit organisation, The Family Dinner Project stated, 

…family dinners encourage children to eat more fruit & vegetables and fewer fried foods and soft drinks. When kids grow into young adults, they keep benefiting from the practice of regular family meals and are more likely to keep eating healthy food once they have left the family home.