We’ve all been there at some point, right? You’re out and about with the kids and you either didn’t bring enough food with you, or are out longer than expected. Sometimes a vending machine is all that’s available, and purchasing something to curb their hunger is a better option than having them complain until you make it home.
It can be a real struggle some weeks to get the exercise we as parents need when we are forever taxiing the kids from one activity to another. With a little planning, it is possible to be active in your “active wear” while still entertaining the little ones.
Every kid at times can be mischievous, stubborn and curious, especially when it comes to dinnertime and meal preparation. The tried and true means of reducing this resistance is to get them involved in the kitchen as often as possible. Here are some tips to getting your kids helping out in the kitchen.
The fast-paced life we all live leaves significant trace on our overall health, and gut health is specifically affected. A lot of people have experienced problems related to their gut. In this guest post, Roxana gives us tips and recipe ideas for good gut health.
It's now just 10 days until 'the big day' - the day all kids look forward to every year! It can often be a very busy time of year for parents though, with weekends and evenings filled with social engagements. There's always lots of eating (and drinking) and it can be hard to keep on track with a healthy diet.
It’s been 12 months since I launched the Adventure Snacks online store and started selling the products at market stalls In Perth. What a year it has been! I’ve learnt so much, and had a lot of fun along the way.
Did you know that all of us, probably every day, are consuming heavy metals in some form? That's a scary thought! This blog post is from qualified naturopath Shannon Burford, of Cura Integrative Medicine. He gives us a background of heavy metals, as well as simple ways to remove them from our bodies.
Here at Adventure Snacks, we know that increasing the nutrition of snacks is so important, that's why we do what we do, but here's some information (and a quick, easy recipe) from qualified naturopath Kelly Epskampof Early Health.