Archive for the ‘Good Food’ category

Win Whole Kids certified organic snacks & the ‘Go Natural’ book

July 22nd, 2012

Whole Kids is Australia’s first range of certified organic snacks for kids that are all natural with no junk, no artificial additives, colourings or preservatives. Adults will love them too!!


Whole Kids Snacks Pack


This Whole Kids organic pack includes yummy snacks such as:

  • 6 packs of Organic sultana
  • 5 packs of Organic apple & sultana fruit filled bar
  • 2 packs of Organic apple juice
  • 2 packs of Organic apple + blackcurrant juice
  • 2 packs of Organic apple + pear juice
  • Organic manuka honey popcorn
  • Organic sea salt popcorn
  • Organic original sea salt corn chips
  • Organic cheese corn chips


You will also receive a copy of my book “Go Natural – The No 1 Organic Handbook”.


To win these Whole Kids organic snacks & ‘Go Natural’ book, all you need to do is ‘Like’ The Organics Institute Facebook Page and write a comment underneath this Facebook post stating why you would like to win this Organic Snack Pack. You will be entered into the draw.

Closing Date:  5th August 2012 


Don’t miss out!. You could be the lucky winner of this yummy Organic Snack Pack.

The winner will be announced on The Organics Institute Facebook Page on the Monday 6th August 2012.


Please note that this prize can only be offered to people who reside in Australia.


Good luck!

Esther Lok


Disclaimer: All advice may not be construed as medical advice or instruction and is not meant to replace the advice of your medical practitioner. Information has been compiled from the author’s personal experiences and own research into multiple existing public references and previously published scientific studies. While all care is taken, information is not warranted as accurate and The Organics Institute and Dr Esther Lok cannot be held liable for any errors and omissions.


Follow your passion & live your dream

July 8th, 2012

This story is a living proof that when we follow our dreams and passion, anything is possible.

In 2005, a newly married couple James & Monica decided to put all their life savings on the line and followed their dreams and passion. They wanted to create a food business that really care for kids’ health and develop programs to assist children in need.

Despite seemingly insurmountable obstacles, they successfully created Australia’s first range of certified organic snacks for kids, which are all natural with no junk, no artificial additives, colourings or preservatives.


James & Monica


In 2011, they went on to establish a non-profit organisation called “One Per cent for Our Kids”, where they donate one per cent of their total revenue to fund projects to help improve kids’ health, their communities and their environment. 

Here’s their story….

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Whole foods, more than just good food…

April 12th, 2012

Whole foods are commonly defined as foods that have not been refined or processed and are closest as possible to their natural state.

According to Jude Blereau, a natural foods chef, author and whole foods expert, the true meaning of whole foods is much more than this. It is an understanding that food is part of the web of life and how we choose to grow food will affect our ecosystems.


Whole foods expert

Jude Blereau

Good food starts in the field’s healthy soil which is rich with microorganisms and dense in nutrients. Good food should be organic or biodynamic because these farming practices do not use toxic chemicals, pesticides, herbicides or synthetic fertilisers.


Organic and biodynamic farming practices help to eliminate chemical leaching into our environment, create healthier habitats for native animals, promote the balance of our native ecosystems and encourage preservation of the natural biodiversity.


Whole foods are good because when a food is whole with all its natural macro and micronutrients intact, it works effectively at its optimal level just as nature has intended.


Good food is ‘real’, made with true and natural ingredients unlike processed foods that are produced using toxic chemicals such as synthetic flavour enhancers, colourings and preservatives.


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