My boy’s love these nutritious treats, known in our home as ‘calcium cookies.’ And because they’re so easy and quick to make, we have them pretty regularly. I should also add that the batter is delicious. I often make these after dinner once the kids go to bed so I can enjoy a little indulgenceRead More
Welcome! I’m Sharon Selby.
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It’s time we looked outside the ‘cereal’ box and get some really great nutrition in our children before another busy day begins. For breakfast we love our smoothies, omelettes, porridge and homemade pancakes. But these can all be a little time consuming. If you want fast, zero mess and big smiles for breakfast from theRead More
If you want a quick and easy, zero fuss salad that you can do on the fly, then this one’s for you. All the ingredients go straight into your serving dish (including the dressing). There’s no zesting, grating or finely mincing! So not only is this quick, there’s barely any washing up to do afterwards.Read More
If you’re making wholefood lunchboxes daily here are some tips and inspiration to ensure you pack tasty goodness in minimal time (and fuss). Time saving Lunchbox Tips: Plan ahead – I work around protein as my main plan. Once I know what I’m doing there filling up a lunchbox with vegetables, a bit of fruitRead More
What is an elimination diet? An elimination diet is when someone avoids one or more foods or food components for a set period of time. As breastfed babies can react to traces of food proteins in breast milk, mums will need to follow the elimination diet strictly for optimum results. For formula fed babies, thereRead More
Thanks to the overzealous marketing from the dairy industry, we’ve been conditioned to think that the only sources of quality calcium, comes from cows milk in the form of butter, cheese, yoghurt and milk. It’s true that we need calcium for bone and tooth health but also for muscle development, healthy blood pressure and healthyRead More