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Eat To Live – Kick Start 2021 The Healthy Way!

Posted on January 12th, 2021 by The Wholefood Pantry

You may have already heard of how amazing and beneficial buckwheat is in your diet right? It’s one of the healthiest seeds around that’s packed with fibre, antioxidants, nutrients and minerals, is completely gluten free and will help you stay healthy, happy and fit! And when it comes […]

EveryMite – The Story

Posted on January 6th, 2021 by The Wholefood Pantry

EveryMite was born out of need by a Brisbane mum, Cinnamon, who needed a clean allergy friendly alternative to Vegemite for her small son, William, who has Down Syndrome and numerous food intolerances. A professional social worker by trade, working with children and families she had never been […]

Peruvian Maca – What Is It? – by The Maca Experts

Posted on October 8th, 2020 by The Wholefood Pantry

Maca root (Lepidium meyenii) has been used for centuries by the Incan people of Peru for its medicinal properties. Called the ‘food of the brain’, maca is an adaptogen that helps the brain and body respond and adapt to stress to return balance to the body’s natural endocrine […]

What are Activated Nuts and why are they good for you? – by Gemma from Totally Nuts

Posted on September 4th, 2020 by The Wholefood Pantry

Activation – the what and the why      “What is activation?” It is a straightforward and simple process – we simply soak the nuts and seeds in water and then dry them in a dehydrator. At Totally Nuts we soak the nuts in filtered water with Himalayan Crystal […]

Health benefits of an organic, raw food diet for your pet – by Sue from Organic Paws

Posted on September 4th, 2020 by The Wholefood Pantry

What’s the difference between conventional and organic pet food? We all know you are what you eat and our pets are no different. Many non-organic meat and meat products available today contain trace residues of many toxins including antibiotics, pesticides, preservatives and many other chemical additives. When consumed […]