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  • Ok so you see haloumi pop up a bit on
    7 days ago by brownpapernutrition Ok so you see haloumi pop up a bit on my page - it's freakin delicious - but no doubt a few of you are wondering if it's 'healthy'. Well healthy firstly isn't restriction and avoiding foods that make you happy, e.g. haloumi, healthy is enjoying good food moderately and mindfully. Haloumi isn't an everyday cheese though 1) we'd probs go broke 2) it's higher in sodium than other cheeses and whilst a moderate level of good quality salt is necessary for our body we don't need to exceed the RDI of sodium by eating salty cheese everyday 3) whilst
  • All about the fruit in salads at the moment adds
    1 week ago by brownpapernutrition All about the fruit in salads at the moment, adds delishhhhh flavour plus quality carbohydrate sources, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, fibre - all the good stuff! This is one of my fave chickpea salads made with the obvious ingredient - chickpeas - and crunchy sprouts, celery, herbs and a scrumptious tahini yoghurt dressing. Nuts would be my other favourite ingredient to add into salads to make them a bit more fancy schmancy and to up the quality of nutrition (in an already nutritious meal lol but why hold back?!?!) - WHAT'S YOURS? Ps. This salad keeps really well for a few
  • Someone please deliver me the weekend? Had to work all
    5 days ago by brownpapernutrition Someone please deliver me the weekend? Had to work all of last weekend sooooooo this hump day feels pretty ready to be a Friday. QUICK TIP for your platter endeavours as the festive season aka most hectic time of year fast approaches... Dips are rad and obvs super easy but they'll look a bit more fun if you pop different ones together in a bowl and spread them about a little, then give them a sprinkle of something. The sprinkles are the best part! Dukkah, sesame seeds, some chopped nuts or herbs, sea salt, ground spices like paprika, coriander, turmeric,
  • New catering menus to read  guaranteed to give you
    3 days ago by brownpapernutrition New catering menus to read - guaranteed to give you your daily dose of brassicas Cauliflower chickpea salad and a new Broccoli quinoa number added to the menu because love of broccoli! Enquiries - contactus @thebrownpaperbag .com.au
  • SMILE because in every moment you can make a choice
    4 days ago by brownpapernutrition SMILE because in every moment you can make a choice to be happy. ALSO smile BECAUSE IT’S MANGO SEASON BABYYYYYYYYYY YEAAAAAAA - blissing out with my little bear  #mango 

5 ways to heal your gut at every meal

When you sit to eat your meal are you comfortable or anxious about how it’s going to make you feel? Do you take it slowly and chew each mouthful or inhale it? Do you wonder why your digestive system doesn’t feel quite right? Do you know how to create a meal that can ease the...

How to improve iron levels on a plant based diet

Iron is an essential mineral for our bodies to function optimally, to be energised, for a healthy immune system and to transport to and store oxygen in our muscles.  It's a trace mineral literally found in every cell in our body. Yet one of the main deficiencies present in our society is iron. Iron deficiency...

Remedies for winter health and beyond

It may take no convincing to ask you to eat a few more berries, they’re sweet, delicious little bursts of nutrition but ginger on the other hand can be a touch trickier. By contrast to the sweet delight that is the berry family, ginger is strong in flavour with a zing and kick. And, whilst...

How I pack a nutritious school lunch box

Been sharing quite a few of the lunchboxes I make for Jet on my instastories recently (@brownpapernutrition) and I've had so much lovely feedback, so I thought best to just pop them on here for reference. As a nutritionist and having been in clinic with children I am most definitely aware of how different kids are...

5 ways to long weekend digital detox

The long weekend is almost upon us and I think it's time to embrace these mini-breaks as opportunities to truly switch off. Not just from work, but from digital, email and social media too. Consider these 5 ways to move away from your mails, apps and socials. Delete the apps that tempt you : It's the easiest...

Nutrient highlight : Aussie Native Kakadu Plum

Our beautiful country is home to some incredible ingredients for food, flavour and nutrition and kakadu plum is one of them. Kakadu Plum is a small green tear drop shaped fruit and is also known as gubinge or billy goat plum. Studies done on Kakadu Plum have shown some of the highest levels of total phenolics...

STUDIES LINK VITAMIN C AND ANXIETY

We see children in clinic for many different health conditions, but anxiety it seems, is increasingly affecting school aged children. From bullying to NAPLAN tests, there can be a variety of reasons children feel anxious at school and this affects them, not only academically, but socially as well. Studies have shown anxiety in students can be...

7 TIPS FOR MINDFUL EATING

It’s easy to find yourself caught up in the rush of life and lose sight of the simple things like sitting, being engaged and mindful with your eating. Let’s take a moment to refresh that practise… Take 3 deep breaths prior to your meal You’ll hear me speak a lot about the ‘rush and busy’ that...

SUNDAY MEAL PREP IDEAS

Meal prep is something some of us LOVE about their Sunday and others loathe. For both the lovers and the loathers I'm going to keep popping up ideas up because my role is to support you and make it a bit easier for you to work through different stages of your health, diet and nutrition...