When your family is in crisis, you miss all the joy that a harmonious house can bring. Finding and eliminating the hidden dangers lurking in your pantry is the fastest path to a healthy and calm family.
The Additive Free Kids Blog aims to provide you with product reviews, tips and advice from our extensive research, and the latest Additive Free news.
As a busy, working Mum, my plan is to make it as easy as possible for you to make the switch to additive free – and ensuring it’s not just one more thing for you to feel guilty about when it comes to parenting.
Take baby steps, do what you can, arm yourself with information and knowledge, and know you have my full support.
WHICH WEETBIX IS BETTER? In our Supermarket "Switch this for That" series, today we are looking at which Weetbix is better from an additive perspective. Ingredients: Wholegrain Wheat (97%), Raw Sugar, Salt, Barley Malt Extract, Vitamins (Niacin, Thiamin,...read more
Do food additives affect gut health? Let's take a look at whether food additives affect gut health. Our kids are suffering more and more from allergies, food intolerances, low energy, fatigue, obesity, poor immune health and mental & behavioural health issues such...read more
Did you know that an average Australian family will consume well over 150 doses of harmful food additives in just 3 days?! If you consider that most families will celebrate with both sides of their family and consume traditional Christmas meals on Christmas Eve,...read more
It is important to keep checking your labels, even with your most trusted additive free brands. I routinely check the labels, however, even I have been caught out recently. We are currently travelling around Australia. It is a fantastic experience for family....read more
A new paradigm of health Written by Edward Enever Integrated Health Consultant Chronic Disease and Cancer Coach/Mentor The statistics on health and disease are quite frankly outright scary. One in two will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime – that’s one person...read more