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Healthy YUMMY Snacks

Apples & Cheese (try old cheddar!)
Cheese (remember we're talking REAL cheese, NEVER processed wanna be cheese slices) & Wholesome Crackers or better yet Wholegrain Pita (these are tricky to find, avoid enriched wheat flours and preservatives or anything artificial)
Leftover Homemade Pizza with Wholewheat Crust & Veggies
Pita & Salsa or Guacamole 
Bruschetta
Fruit(think fruit salad, slices, whole)
Veggies(raw or steamed, with olive oil & lemon juice or garlic & maybe dip like hummus or tazaki)
Wholegrain Toast with Natural Peanut Butter (not the sugar laden stuff Kraft likes us to think is Peanut Butter) Toast With Cheese, Toast with Spinich & Feta
Celery with Cream Cheese (organic if possible)
Fresh Coconut Chunks
Applesauce with Cinnamon & Maple Syrup
A bowl of Cream of Wheat or Red River or Oatmeal with Maple Syrup
Hard Boiled Eggs on Toast, Just Eggs n Toast
Cottage Cheese
Make a Smoothie
Chickpeas with Lemon & Garlic
Cucumber Salad or A Salad of Your Choic…

As We Welcome Summer!

Summer is officially just around the corner. Our Bug Spray Orders are in Full Force, get yours today!
Sometimes it seems too hot to be in the kitchen too long preparing well rounded options for the family, so try one of these less time consuming, minimal cooking required options instead!
Veggie Sandwiches on Wholegrain Bread with Real Cheese & Salad
Bean & Hummus Wraps
Potato & Egg Salad
Cold Pasta Salad Loaded with Veg
Cheese Tofu Dogs n Veggie or Bean Burgers on the BBQ
Oh and don't forget Homemade Juice Popsicle's for Dessert! mmm

Happy & Healthy Eating Friends!

Does Food Affect Our Mood?

Darn right it does! All those nutrients in healthy food have a huge impact on your brain function and therefore your mood. Think as your body as one big machine, if all the parts are working properly by obtaining the right fuel, all systems should be good to go! 
95% of serotonin is created in our gut and so is GABA. The bacteria in our gut is called our microbiome, a diverse ecosystem, and it makes up approximately 1 kg of weight in the average adult. This bacteria protects our intestinal lining, aids in digestion and the absorption of the nutrients found in what we eat, and even aids the manufacturing of neurotransmitters creating a link between our gut and our brain. 
When we eat nutrient rich whole foods we are enabling our bodies to function as they were designed.  Probiotics, prebiotics and fermented foods all aid our gut bacteria. Fibre rich foods help the bacteria in our colon. 
So bring on the whole foods (foods that have not been altered) and create a great ecosytem within you!…