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Sesame Seeds – by Tracey Wheeler

This weekend while making some delicious raw energy balls I was reminded of the underrated awesomeness of the sesame seed. I often use these little seeds in some of the balls that I make and add them to all sorts of meals and salads. They are bursting with lots of great nutrients and I have…
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Freedom for All Yogi Kids – by Gopala Amir Yaffa

Freedom is our birthright. It is so natural to us that many times we take it for granted. When we hear about oppression, or about people who have many less choices than us westerners, we are in shock. We want freedom because freedom IS happiness. When we feel limited we experience suffering, and when we…
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Winter Wellness – by Tracey Wheeler

Winter wellness immune boost – Winter can be a tough time all round. It’s cold and damp and we dream of island retreats and warm sunny days. During this time it can be common to pick up the odd bug or two, so how do we stay in shape and keep the bugs at bay?…
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Family Time – by Gopala Amir Yaffa

We run around like crazy every day; we get the kids to school, we commute, we put in a full day’s work. When we come home, we have a house to organize, dinner to make, bills to pay. And our kids are as busy – they have school until the late afternoon hours, then homework…
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Kale – by Tracey Wheeler

It seems everyone is talking about kale. It’s in a lot of veg stores these days and popping up in recipes all over the show. So, what is it about this green veg that’s got everyone so excited? Kale, as we know, is a leafy green veg that is actually a member of the cabbage…
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Chia Seeds – by Tracey Wheeler

These great little seeds seem to be coming up in conversation all over the show and I am often asked about their health benefits and what makes them so great. Well, here we go. These small seeds pack a powerful health punch and are originally from South America. They come in two types, black and…
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Intuition – by Trudie McConnochie

Every day more than 50,000 thoughts run through our minds. Between that and a message onslaught from advertising, social media and the internet, it’s no wonder we feel like we’re in a constant state of information overload. But among all the messages we’re hit with, there’s one reliable voice that we need to listen to…
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