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    1 day ago by brownpapernutrition Posts delicious eggplant parm scenario reminiscing living in Italy whilst heading out for cocktails and a yummy Japanese dinner  @sunsetsabimanly  - makes total sense right?!?!?!?  #foodie   #italian 
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    2 days ago by brownpapernutrition Naming this dish -  #lovelyleftovers  ...I truly believe some of my best creations come from the ‘scraps’ in the fridge. It forces me into a creative space that absolutely LOVE and ensures there is zero food waste in our home. This ZUCCHINI PINENUT BASIL PARMESAN PASTA comes thanks to afore mentioned (bit bendy) zucchini and other random bits I found in the fridge : +leftover roasted spanish onion + leftover marinated kale (olive oil kale and sea salt) + some lemon zest from a lemon I’d squeezed into my water. + a few pinenuts left which I toasted in the
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    5 days ago by brownpapernutrition BANANA COOKIES With some slightly overripe bananas on hand the other morning I whipped together these delicious BANANA COOKIES in about 5 minutes. They’re so wholesome and flavoursome, popping the recipe below so you can see how easy they are - also on the blog... Jacq xo thebrownpaperbag.com.au BANANA COOKIES Makes 10-12 cookies 2 ripe bananas 1 egg 2 teaspoons cinnamon 1 cup rolled oats 1/4 cup desiccated coconut 2 tablepsoons golden linseed 1/4 cup sultanas (you can omit these if you wish) Heat oven to 180C and line a baking tray with greaseproof paper. Mash bananas in a mixing
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    2 hours ago by brownpapernutrition Spiced cauliflower carrot and crunchy chickpeas with the tahini dressing OF MY DREAMS!!!!!! My recipe in this month's Eat Well magazine with the juicy loaf and maple peanut frosting on the cover and alllll sorts of other luscious recipes that I'm MEGA MEGA proud to see in print in this gorgeous mag!!!!! You can find in newsagents, grocery stores and retailers. CAN'T WAIT TO FEED YOUUUUUUU!!!! Have a gorgeous Sunday eve sweet friends - Jacq xo  #eatwell   #plantbased   @wellbeing_magazine 
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    6 days ago by brownpapernutrition Totally logical that the first celebration to follow Mother’s Day is INTERNATIONAL HUMMUS DAY personally I loooooove a hummus party, can easily turn a simple veggie plate into something super juicy I also often encourage clients to have hummus and veggie sticks as an afternoon snack. The combo is a great source of fibre, plant based protein, energy sustaining carbohydrates, calcium and healthy fats from tahini. This hummus party though - roasted broccoli, Spanish onion, cauliflower, sweet potato, coriander, dukkah, cherry tomatoes, hummus of course and totally more-ish turmeric chilli honey walnuts almonds and sunflower seeds - swipe over to

How the nutrients in beetroot can support your health and wellbeing

Love the colour of beetroot in meals – really makes them come alive don’t you think?
Also (Re)discovered beetroot chips recently omg omg omg…. back awayyyyyy Jacq back awayyyyyyyyyy.
 
Did you know…beetroots are a rich source of vitamin C, folate and fibre.
 
VITAMIN C is a powerful antioxidant as we know and wonderful at this time of year as the seasons change, is supportive during times of stress and it also plays a significant role in the production of collagen – hello beautiful youthful skin!
 
FOLATE supports healthy metabolism and is a key nutrient recommended in preconception and pregnancy to support healthy birth weight and to prevent congenital heart defects.
 
FIBRE – well where to begin!!?!?! Fibre is essential for your digestive system, yet the majority of Australians aren’t getting enough fibre in their diets. Remember these few fibre pointers to start:
+ fibre is vital for regularity in your bowels and to prevent constipation
+ different types of fibre will play their own roles in your digestive system including feeding the good bacteria in the gut so we can thrive.
+ with adequate fibre intake in your diet / meals throughout the day your hunger is kept at bay and energy levels sustained.
 
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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