Babes, I’m not talking zucchini noodles. Or any other magically spirallized vegetable. I’m talking real, al-dente, chewy, dense, satiating pasta, that you don’t need to feel any food guilt over. It’s also gluten-free, and has a Five Star Health Rating. A new breed of pasta has hit Aussie shelves, that contains 65% more protein and …

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You might have seen some star symbols on the front of food packaging recently (Aussies – this blog post is for you!). You may even have heard a bit about the a government ‘Health Star Rating‘ (HSR) in the news. While packaged food has a nutrition panel to explain the nitty-gritty, they’re not easy to …

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Posted under: health, nutrition, review, wellness

Pack these healthy snacks on your way to work for a simple way to ensure you feel full and satisfied throughout the day. Dried fruit, nuts, rice cakes and more are sure to help that 3 pm pick me up. Bananas Packed with fibre and vitamins, bananas keep me fuller for longer than many other water-based …

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My body has a low stress tolerance I run a pretty tight ship around here – recipe testing, photography, workouts, blog posts, marketing and everything Fit Mixes related, and a pretty full event calendar, mean I have to be super organised. When I’m not, my stress levels shoot through the roof – what if I miss a social …

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Posted under: wellness, healthy, inspiration, body

If you’ve been hanging around on my blog pages for a little while, you’ll know I’m regularly talking about how little time I have to cook. Strange, given ‘food blogger’ is my full time job right?! Things get in the way like content planning, emails, interviews and accounting. So when it comes to those who work …

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7 days ago I embarked on a mindfulness journey (read all about it right here) to highlight the transformation of Doctor Stephen Vincent Strange in the cool new Marvel Studios film Doctor Strange. Doctor Strange can discover so much more about the world and do so much good if he just forgets everything he thought he knew. I mentioned in my first …

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Posted under: wellness, mindfullness