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    Did you know that eating more plant-based food, not only help your healthy, but also help the health of our environment?
    Since I started Food United, I always telling people, plant-based life style is not only good to you and your family, but also good to the environment and this planet, and people would ask me: How? Why? What can we do?

    Summer is here, and the kids will all be on our hands. 

    I would like to share my kids' favourite summer treats with you, as they can cool the jumping monkeys down, while the heat is up.

    A healthy environment means healthy people & communities. To help protect our wildlife, we're supporting the Wilderness Society with $1 from every product sold this Christmas.
    The Dietitians from The Biting Truth, Anna & Alex, love our healthy snacks and their favourite Bush Bites flavour is the Cacao Coconut Bush Bite.
    Going for a more plant-based lifestyle can be so fun! I love discovering new food options and new places to eat out.
    Tired of diets promising health wonders and miracle cures that fail to eventuate? It’s time to say goodbye to the era of ‘low-everything’ diets and make room for the plant-based lifestyle!
    Check out our list of 5 things you can do to get through this period self-isolation with your health in check!
    From the perspective of personal dietary habits, there is not a right or wrong answer. However,  in respect of the sustainable health of planet earth and animals generally as “human’s friends ”, there should be one.
    It was once native to mainland Australia and is now found in the wild only on the island state of Tasmania. Tasmanian Devils are the largest carnivorous marsupials in the world today; they’re the size of a small dog, weighing 4kg to 14kg, and standing about 30cm tall. For their size, they have one of the most powerful bites of any mammal! 
    The Happiest Animal on Earth. Our Bush Buddy Quokka is our mascot for Happiness! The Quokka is one of the smallest wallabies. This marsupial has the ability to climb trees.
    Koalas are possibly our most iconic native animals; instantly recognisable worldwide as a symbol of Australia and found nowhere else.