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Healthy Grocery Shopping Tips

Healthy Grocery Shopping Tips

Our supermarket trolley holds immense power - what we put in our basket winds up in our kitchen, and into our meals. However, navigating the supermarket can feel overwhelming at times.

With a few tips and tricks up your sleeve you’ll be grocery shopping like a pro.

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How to create a healthy lunchbox

How to create a healthy lunchbox

Lunch makes up a little less than a third of a child’s daily energy needs, making it an important pit stop for them to refuel their bodies and minds for the busy afternoon ahead. A child who eats a healthy and balanced lunch will focus more on afternoon lessons at school, will have less pre-dinner meltdowns, and feel more energised throughout the rest of the day.

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Making kiddie nutrition far less stressy

Making kiddie nutrition far less stressy

Getting your kids to eat anything green, new or obviously healthy is a battle all of us face. Even nutritionists. We promise you!


If this sounds like a scenario in your house, we have some tips for navigating the issue of picky eaters.

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Save money with these five simple tips

Save money with these five simple tips

Shopping healthily on a budget can have its challenges, as the weekly food bill can take a big slice out of our finances. There's no denying with high quality food can come extra cost - but fortunately, to a degree. Here are 5 tips, that can help you avoid compromising on nutrition, while still shopping inexpensively and have more money to spend on new summer hats :)

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Review: WOOP Balance

Review: WOOP Balance

At Feel Fresh, we are LOVING the food delivery services. We have busy clients. Busier than a one-armed brick-layer in Baghdad with an itch. (For those that appreciate a Honey Badger reference). They value good nutrition but literally do not have the time or energy at the end of the day to plan, shop and cook a meal for themselves or their families. Or they equally value doing other things with their time. For those that can afford this - it's a win-win solution.

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