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Golden Goodness biscuits

These delicious biscuits are great for a mid-afternoon snack. They are packed with fibre and nutrients for a quick pick-me-up. Ingredients 50 ml olive oil (or other oil) 20g Butter 1 tbsp golden syrup 1 tsp bicarbonate soda 1/3 cup boiling water 1 cup rolled oats 3/4 cup rolled oats 1/4 cup coconut, desiccated 3/4 […]

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My Health for Life Program

My health for life Groups  Enrolments are now open! New groups for My health life program start in June. My health for life is a fabulous and FREE lifestyle and wellbeing program to help keep you healthy. My health for life began in 2017, and 14,000 people have since joined, with 3 out of 4

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Non-Alcoholic Drinks

Try cutting back by swapping to one of these beautiful non-alcoholic drinks, low on sugar and calories, high on refreshment and taste. Strawberry, mint and elderflower Take a 400 ml glass, add 2-3 mashed strawberries, 3 crushed mint leaves, ½-1 tablespoon elderflower and rose cordial, then ½ fill a glass with crushed ice and top

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Eggplant Parmigiana

This is a delicious way to increase your veggie intake. Ingredients 2/3 cup extra Virgin olive oil 1 medium onion 150 g, chopped finely 2 cloves of garlic, crushed 400 g canned crushed tomatoes 2 cups bottle tomato passata 1/4 TSP dried chilli flakes 2 medium eggplants (600 g), sliced thickly 1/4 Cup 35 g

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Energy boosting snacks

Oat, almond and seed cookies This is a great snack to have with a cuppa. Packed full of vitamins and fibre, low in sugar and fats, no empty calories here. Just good nutrition. (This recipe was modified from Donna Hay, Light and Fresh magazine, Issue 8). Ingredients ½ cup mashed banana (1 medium) ¼ cup

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Oats and Chia Seed Porridge

A great option for cooler mornings, oats have a type of fibre (β glucans that has been shown to help reduce cholesterol and improve blood sugars and gut health. By adding Chia seeds to your oats, you will boost the protein, omega 3 fats and fibre content as well as making a delicious breakfast. Ingredients

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