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  • BALI BOUND!!!!! Spending the next week not working cooking cleaning
    1 week ago by brownpapernutrition BALI BOUND!!!!! Spending the next week not working, cooking, cleaning, organising, dealing or doing anything but relaxing, playing, surfing and of course alllllllllll the eating. THANK YOU SO MUCH to everyone who loaned me their hot tips for places to eat around Canggu!!!! Cannot freakin wait!!! PS these are my uber delicious Tahini Macadamia Icy Poles and they await you in this month's issue of Eat Well  @wellbeing_magazine  - easiest dessert to have stashed in the freezer - make them, then you'll feel like it's summer even when it's winter?!?!?!  #everydayisagooddayfornicecream  YOU’LL LOVE TAHINI BECAUSE... it’s rich in calcium for
  • SUPER EXCITED to announce NUTRITION COLLECTIVE WORKSHOP PART 2
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  • Our touchdown meal in Bali wasnt Indonesian but by god
    12 hours ago by brownpapernutrition Our touchdown meal in Bali wasn’t Indonesian but by god were these tortilla with cauliflower, asparagus creme and some bangin sweet spicy crunchy thing a bloody delight for the tastebuds  @quince_bali  !!!! From there the eating extravaganza continued around Canggu until we had our final few days in Nusa Dua. There are so many ridiculously good, wholefoods and a stack of plant based (or giving plenty of veg options) locations you absolutely must visit when next in Bali, I will write them up in the blog ASAP with pics. I captured everything on my iPhone this time rather than lug
  • Sooooooooooooo testing some CINNAMON SCROLLS at the moment and there
    2 weeks ago by brownpapernutrition Sooooooooooooo testing some CINNAMON SCROLLS at the moment and there ain't no complaining in my house about it SUCH a yummy winter treat with a mug of warm ho-cho, chai, tea or dandy - have you tried dandelion tea? Kinda tastes like coffee but without the caffeine hit and made of dandelion root which can help support healthy liver function too, it's delicious - hunt it down if you haven't! Making these with a beautiful spelt flour and plenty of cinnamon (obv) but trying to avoid the extra sugary component on the top - once they're peaking I'll share the
  • Rainbow platter I made to kick off our big friends
    2 weeks ago by brownpapernutrition Rainbow platter I made to kick off our big friends lunch last weekend... one of my favourite things to make!  #saysthataboutallfood  Mixed it up to suit all tastebuds - a combo of dips with some dukkah over the top  #fancy  veggie sticks  #hellsyeah , tamari almonds, olives, seed snaps, pickles  #theobsessioncontinues , a few cheeses, crackers, and some baby radish! In a world where we are so 'connected' yet so disconnected at the same time, I truly cherish having my nearest with me to share beautiful food. Eating with joy is powerful for your health, make sure you disconnect from other distractions

A Rainbow Bowl to calm the post holiday blues

Baby I’m home xoxo Although I don’t think I’m quiiiiiite ready for it. Sri Lanka was beyond beautiful and I’m so excited to share a few photos with you over the coming days – promise not too many – PROMISE!!! Actually to manage that (*travel pic flood) I started an album separately on the gram for my hobby photography (people, travel, life) and all the other things that happen you know…beyond the food on my plate.
 
But let’s talk about plates for now and how we’re going to fill them this year. I’ll share with you some on mine…
 
Last year I tuned into how I was feeling (which was injured, frustrated and suffering digestive discomfort at the beginning of the year), and reduced meat and poultry, swapping for heeeeaps of plant based meals plus fish, dairy and eggs.
 
2018 also saw a final farewell to coffee for me because frankly the real deal coffee was not doing good things for me emotionally (anxious, trembly, faaaaar too heightened) and I’m a better human for it. I still drink (and bloody love) tea, it doesn’t have the same slap in the face as coffee does for my body thanks to the role of tannins in the tea.
 
This year I’m going to invest even more into my knowledge (with a strong focus on paediatric nutrition, early childhood and reproductive health) and I’ll absolutely keep sharing those learnings with you. The more knowledge and empowerment I can offer you in nutrition, food, health, preventing disease, the happier and more fulfilled I will be.
 
Oh, I almost forgot my plate! So I whipped this one up the day after arriving home from Lanka with only a few bits and pieces in the fridge, freezer and some tasty toppers in the pantry. On my plate : grated carrot, frozen peas, kimchi, boiled eggs, cashew cheese, avocado, lime, hemp seeds, spiced sunflower seeds, avocado, evoo, lime, sea salt, pepper and keeping the chilli flavours from our trip alive and kicking, some chilli flakes to finish! Chilli flakes are the newest feature next to our salt and pepper on the bench top, to remind me to use them more often than before – such a yummy addition to the meal.
 
Alright – so now I’ve given you the juice on what’s on my plate this year ahead – tell me what’s on yours? I’d love to know. Let’s connect more. Much love, Jacq xx
Jacqueline Alwill

Jacqueline is an Accredited Nutritional Medicine Practitioner specialising in family and early childhood nutrition and gut health. She writes for several media publications, hosts a regular nutrition segment on Channel 7 and in 2016 published her first book, "Seasons to Share" (Murdoch Books). Jacqueline is passionate about working with corporations and brands to support and educate their community and audience and is currently a media spokesperson and ambassador for Remedy Drinks, Eimele Australia, Woolworths, Kitchenaid and Nutrition Director at Bondi Bubs Wholefoods. She is mum to Jet and outside her working hours you'll find her with her family in the surf, on the beach, or out and about in nature.

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