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  • CauliPower


    According to,, and, cauliflower is a rising star superfood. Cauliflower is part of the cruciferous family (which includes other superfoods like broccoli, kale and brussels sprouts) and contains many vitamins, minerals and compounds. The rise of cauliflower has certainly been influenced by the many diet trends popping up, such as keto, [… Read the full article.]

  • Oat Milk for Health

    Oat Milk for Health

    Dubbed one of the biggest health trends of 2019, the rising star of dairy milk alternatives, oat milk, has been getting more attention than other plant-based milks on the market, and below, we discover why. Oat milk consists of steel-cut oats or whole “groats” that are soaked in water, blended, and then strained, using a [… Read the full article.]

  • julEYE health

    julEYE health

    75% of vision loss is preventable or treatable if detected early enough, yet every 65 minutes an Australian loses part or all of their vision. julEYE is The Eye Foundation’s eye health awareness month held each year in July, with an aim to raise community awareness of eye health issues. The quality of our diet [… Read the full article.]

  • Apple and butterbean pate

    Apple and butterbean pate

    High in protein, butterbeans are a nutrient-rich food. Containing antioxidants, butterbeans can improve heart health, reduce cancer risk and they are as tasty as they are healthy! Try our Apple and Butterbean Pate – it’s perfect for entertaining or to enjoy as a healthy snack:

  • Skip to it

    Skip to it

    Not just for elite athletes or little girls, skipping ropes boast many health benefits. We explore the top seven reasons why this underrated exercise is so good for you, with some helpful tips to get you started: 1. Burn baby, burn: Skipping exercise burns more calories than running. According to Science Daily, “This aerobic exercise can [… Read the full article.]


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