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🧠The Human brain is made up of nearly 60% fat. Omega-3 fatty acids makes up nearly 50% of them. Your brain simply needs Omega-3 fatty acids to function properly! 👌🏼Do you have a goal of consuming Omega-3s every day? I always make sure we eat a diet rich in Omega-3 fatty acids, whether it be in our vegetables (leafy greens!), nuts, seeds or seafood- we get some through our diet every day. 👩🏼🍳🧠
And just like that, it was cold enough for porridge 😑 Made this creamy dreamy bowl with Like Plant Milk from my @dietitianconnection Nosh Box 💜 Then I topped it with amazing @99th_monkey hazelnut and cacao butter + berries + crushed roasted hazelnuts + bee pollen + hemp seeds 💕 So my prettiness and deliciousness in one bowl and the perfect way to start any day 😋
9 4441 minutes ago
Raw vegan marina spaghetti bol ❤️ testing out the new NutriBullet 😊 this sauce is pretty epic, I think I have perfected it now 💕recipe- cup cherry tomatoes, 2 tbsp tomato paste, handful of basil, handful shallots, 1/4 cup sundried tomatoes, 2 medjool dates, dash oregano, Blend it all up and place on a bed of #zoodles ❤️
2 2054 minutes ago
Greens greens greens 🌱 whether you sneak them into your smoothie or into a leafy salad there are endless benefits to incorporating more greens into your diet! Not only do they help in keeping us youthful they lower cholesterol, boost bone health and are nutritional powerhouses loaded with vitamins and minerals!How do you get your green intake each day? Let us know in the comments!🌱🥒🥗
When I pack my kids lunchbox, I work really hard to make sure they’ve got foods they love, foods that are nutritionally relevant and foods that are fun. Usually, their entire box comes back empty. They are happy with the contents.
I know some moms would struggle to feed their kids these foods and I don’t post these to stress moms out or make them feel badly (see my last post on mom guilt - that’s the last thing we need). I’ve worked with some worse case scenarios when it comes to picky eating, so I understand the struggle. ~
Feeding our kids to a standard that we might consider “healthy” or “good” is not easy. Working with fussy eaters takes patience and creativity and doesn’t happen overnight, but adjusting a kids palate and modifying their sensory experience is possible. The process can start as early as 15 weeks in the womb and goes right through breastfeeding and weaning and because the commercial food industry arguably puts out more unhealthy options that can tweak our tastebuds than healthy options for us to eat - how we choose to eat and snack (ie our food culture and lifestyle) becomes one of our most important decisions to make each day.
If you’re interested in more information on palate training, post natal nutrition, weaning or child & family health & wellness, please drop me a message. Have a great one!! 💚💜 **typo it’s Jello not Hello 😋
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