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  • QUINOA PEACH TOMATO SALAD to make the most of the
    2 days ago by brownpapernutrition QUINOA PEACH TOMATO SALAD to make the most of the beautiful seasonal peaches we have in Australia. Peaches contain valuable vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and my fave fibre - making them an easy means of upping your daily intake by integrating them into your diet as snacks and meals too of course! I team this salad with a piece of fresh salmon, barramundi or a juicy big handful of chickpeas or butterbeans - it's scrumptious! I've popped my recipe on the link in comments below for you. Copy and paste to cook and dive in!!! Jacq xo  #plantbased   @eimele_australia   @aussiesummerstonefruit   @countryroad 
  • Mum sent me home with some chocolate melts she didnt
    1 week ago by brownpapernutrition Mum sent me home with some chocolate melts she didn’t know what to do with ... I had two options, 1/ eat them straight up, as they delicious 2/ be kind and get my bake on even though temp and humidity feels like 45 deg C today. Option 2 evidently won, the melts didn’t melt and I am not one bit worried about it. I’ve done plenty of melting today for everyone This ALMOND BROWNIE recipe is a quick variation from one I’ve got on the blog and it’s nek level... especially with cheeky chocolate care of the my lil
  • I didnt want to share too much of our excitement
    5 days ago by brownpapernutrition I didn’t want to share too much of our excitement for this little person whilst there is so much devastation in our country, but after speaking to a few friends and being reminded that with all darkness we must also have light to look forward to I thought maybe a bit of bump might be ok to share here too. Can’t wait to meet this tiny human... only about 6 weeks to go. Love.  #34weekspregnant   @svendsenfitnesshealth 
  • Hi friends please excuse my radio silence as weve launched
    2 weeks ago by brownpapernutrition Hi friends, please excuse my radio silence as we've launched into 2020 I had a little break from social media to refresh and have honestly just felt a bit speechless with the bush fire devastation in our country so haven't been posting, rather I've quietly plugged away with $ donations to different charities, donated supplies to any of the collections possible and have been supporting those close to us, in particular my family, caught in the fires. My aunty has had to evacuate her home, it's situated right in the middle of the two southern fires, as a family we
  • VANILLA PEANUT DATE SLICEa great intro recipe for anyone who
    1 day ago by brownpapernutrition VANILLA PEANUT DATE SLICE...a great intro recipe for anyone who hasn’t dabbled with wholefood treats much before as it’s simple and delicious. It’s also a winner for my pregnant and breastfeeding mums out there for a few reasons too. DATES are a wonderful source of fibre – fuelling beneficial gut bacteria, sustaining energy levels and appetite and supporting gut motility to keep you and your bowels regular. Post partum constipation is a common condition for many women which may result from the effects of pregnancy hormones, haemorrhoids, pain from episiotomy or iron supplementation (there are many non-constipating iron supplements now


I met Sam Costin earlier in the year, but first through the magical space of ‘the gram’. His work and page is a beautiful collection of healthy lifestyle images and when we connected that’s what we created in our shoot too. The very talented Samuel Costin is sharing all his insider tricks and tips, and...


We’re lucky enough to be sharing a sneak peak into Luke’s new cookbook – Eat Clean this week and the gorgeous clean living ambassador gave us a little more insight into his philosophy, life and love of food. Read on friends…   Briefly describe who you are and what you do? Having spent over ten years as...


We’re big fans of kicking the week of nutrition into gear on a Sunday with a few little prep items here and there.. This week it’s looking pretty colourful and drawing on any and all the leftovers in the fridge to make room for fresh inspiration. This week’s SORTED also supremely SIMPLE… CHOC PEANUT PUFF SLICE with...


I first came across this scrumptious loaf  a couple of years ago when working with Bioglan Superfoods. We ran a competition to win not only a bundle of prizes but for winning entrants in The Superfoods Project to be published in a stunning book. It was the first book I ever played a role in and...


In my nutrition practice, I speak so much about the importance of diversifying the way you eat so food and diet doesn’t become a mundane chore. When we have variety we connect to our food, which builds an incredibly positive relationship, and just as important is that our body thrives on nutrition from a variety...


Life is about celebrating and sharing good food and good health with those around you. It’s something I live by. Wholeheartedley. After taking the challenge through the Australian desert, running 44km from Uluru to Kata Tjuta, nothing feels better than to cook up a delicious feast with my family and friends and cheers EVERYTHING we...


This is delicious when fresh but after day one it will be best kept in the fridge up to 1 week or sliced and stored in the freezer up to 3 weeks. Toasting the loaf brings out the flavours.


We live in a society with increasing pressure for perfection…perfection in the way we do act, speak, eat and see everything. But the most beautiful things in life come from having a little injection of imperfection. In food there are so many items that are pushed aside based on the imperfect way they look but...


This is delicious when fresh but after day one it will be best kept in the fridge up to 1 week or sliced and stored in the freezer up to 3 weeks. Toasting the loaf brings out the flavours.


Helping your kids learn to love nourishing food is so much about getting them involved in the process of creating it and having fun in the kitchen together as it is actually eating it. When they’re involved they feel the ingredients that go into their body, ask questions, play and understand food just as we...