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Children, nutrition, life skills, life health.

Life habits start early. Developing healthy habits, attitudes & relationships early, will have a huge impact on a child's health, essential life skill development & our environment. 
It all starts with exposure.  With kids, books are the best way to achieve this. 
So, to try & help, we have developed a book series for kids & adults alike. Qualified experts that have broken it down to beautiful simplicity. 
Our other items support the process; for taking the kids shopping & getting them into the kitchen to cook our healthy recipes!  Shop here.
Testimonial from our great Dr Rosemary Stanton

"Tanya Nagy's books on Fruit and Vegetables are quick and easy to read. For the major products, a few simple words tell you the important stuff: when it's in season, how it grows and how much constitutes a usual serving. Go forward and you'll find a few more words for each product on how to choose it, how to store it and a simple recipe that will entice children to love it. I love the stunning simplicity - it's like a breath of fresh air in a subject area so often crowded with complexity"

Dr Rosemary Stanton OAM Independent Nutritionist

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Strawberry, Yoghurt + Oat Muffins
Strawberry, Yoghurt + Oat Muffins

There is something magic about the strawberry and yoghurt combination, a match made in heaven.  Try these for a low sugar, high fibre alternative.

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Why We Should All Eat Like Toddlers
Why We Should All Eat Like Toddlers

Toddlers have it all sorted...hehe.  Check out our thoughts here!

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Chunky Pear + Oat (Sugar Free) Muffins
Chunky Pear + Oat (Sugar Free) Muffins

Muffins can be healthier than many a alternate snack option. This recipe offers filling fibre, protein & complex carbohydrates for slow energy release - without any added sugar!

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“Mummy, when the rubbish truck comes, where does our rubbish go?”
“Mummy, when the rubbish truck comes, where does our rubbish go?”

Explaining how our rubbish just goes to a bigger pile somewhere else was a shameful reality reminder.  Surely there is more we can do?

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