During this intro workshop, Buffy & Amy will teach you about the fundamentals of oils, and how you can use them to support your health, both physical and mental.
You’ll get to try some of the most popular and versatile oils, as well as receive their personal advice on how you can use them around the home for your first aid needs, emotional wellbeing, and to replace all your synthetic beauty and cleaning products.
Therapeutic applications that will be covered include:
Stress & anxiety
Sleep & relaxation
Energy & fatigue
Mood & emotions
Muscle and joints
Come and be introduced to the most incredible volatile aromatic plant compounds you’ve ever smelt, and learn about natural medicinal solutions for balancing your body, mind and soul.
Location: Online - watch the workshop below, then find out how you can join Buffy's natural health community here.
WHOLE – Recipes for Simple WholefoodEating is a brand new cookbook featuring 50 delicious and healthy wholefood recipes from some of New Zealand's most popular food bloggers and entrepreneurs. The vast majority of the recipes are plant-based, easy to make, and above all delicious. The perfect companion to get you started with a wholefoods lifestyle, or for the more seasoned foodies, pages of beautifully photographed inspiration to continue your health journey.
Open the book. Drool over the gorgeous photography. Then follow the simple recipes!
This beautiful hardcover book features recipes and stories from the following wholefood bloggers and entrepreneurs:
Buffy-Ellen of Be Good Organics Olivia Scott of The Raw Kitchen Danijela Unkovich of Healthyalways Monique Satherley of Snackpack Kelly Gibney of Bonnie Delicious Abbylee Childs & Twyla Eloise of HEALTHYSELF Hannah Horton & Eleanor Ozich of Mondays Wholefoods Hannah Horton ofHealth Yeah Jordan Rondell of The Caker Sophie Carew of Carew Kitchen
All beautifully captured by talented photographer Bronwyn Kan.
“From the beautiful simplistic textured cover to the gorgeous photos inside...you can tell a lot of love and care has gone in to the compilation of this recipe book. It’s very rare that we open up a cookbook and want to make just about everything in it; WHOLE recipes look and sound so delish you will want to create something new out of it every week!"
- Ange Norton, NZ Real Health (New Zealand)
“The book is beautifully produced, with bite size recipe sections for each of our inspirational women, loads of pictures to show off their style and the beautifully presented food. It’s a treat to sit down with this book on the couch on a rainy Sunday afternoon and dream of the Mango & Turmeric Cheesecake or the Beetroot & Blackberry Chocolate Cakes that you could whip up to impress your friends and family.”
- Amie Lightbourne (New Zealand)
If you've bought the book and would like to add a review to appear on this page, send us your review here!
Containing 50 delicious healthy wholefoods recipes, including five created by Buffy-Ellen especially for the book:
Loving Earth's raw chocolate superfood bars are a delicious range of raw organic chocolate snack bars combining the goodness of raw cacao with an array of Loving Earth's favourite superfoods. A deliciously decadent yet healthy treat, these chocolate superfood bars contain no cane sugar or dairy. Uncooked and unprocessed, this is real chocolate in its purest, richest, most essential form.
Sweetened with organic coconut nectar (a natural, low GI sweetener), the cacao beans in these bars are not roasted, meaning that their natural wealth of phytonutrients (plant-nutrients) remain fully intact. These raw chocolate bars have been independently tested to contain up to twice the amount of antioxidants of conventionally processed chocolate. They're also high in iron, calcium, magnesium, and full of natural bliss chemicals. Wrapped in the world's first ever compostable metalised film, you can pop the empty packet straight into your compost bin! We love.
*Excludes Raspberry Cashew flavour.
Our raw chocolate superfood bars are a delicious energising snack for whenever you need a boost. Perfect for afternoon tea alongside some raw brazil nuts or almonds and a herbal tea. The heart shape of the chocolate also makes them a perfect gift.
Our favourite flavours - Creamy Mylk for a dairy-milk style smooth creamy experience. Mandarin for a fresh Vitamin C hit which provides enhanced absorption of cacao's amazing iron content. Mint for a delicious dark chocolate mint flavour. Or Caramel for a smooth and creamy milky-bar style treat.
Dark: Raw Cacao Nibs*, Evaporated Coconut Nectar* (72% Cacao)
Hazelnut Mylk: Raw Hazelnuts (30%)*, Evaporated Coconut Nectar*, Cacao Butter*, Raw Cacao Nibs*
Mint: Raw Cacao Beans*, Evaporated Coconut Nectar*, Raw Cacao Butter*, Peppermint Oil* (75% Cacao)
Raspberry Cashew: Raw Cashews (27%)*, Evaporated Coconut Nectar*, Virgin Cacao Butter*, Raw Cacao Beans*, Freeze Dried Raspberry Powder*, Cinnamon*
Salted Caramel: Raw Cacao Butter*, Evaporated Coconut Nectar*, Coconut*, Raw Cashews*, Pink Lake Salt
*Certified Organic or Wildcrafted Ingredient
"This is seriously the best chocolate i have ever tasted. All of the flavours are amazing, the chocolate taste is so rich yet smooth and creamy at the same time. It is seriously seriously good. I'll never touch supermarket chocolate again!"
- Amy Winters (Auckland, New Zealand)
"I am in love with this chocolate. And now i can "indulge" in a bar regularly knowing i'm actually doing my body a whole lot of good. My favourite flavours have to be the mylk and mint. Best snacks ever."
We love Loving Earth! Both their products and the company behind them. Loving Earth are a Melbourne based company dedicated to sourcing and manufacturing the highest quality organic, fairly traded and wild crafted foods available. They work with small producer communities around the world to provide healthy, sustainable and fair ingredients, which they use to handcraft a unique range of raw chocolate bars and superfood snacks.
Loving Earth endeavours to make their products in a way that honours both the indigenous people that have cultivated the raw materials for thousands of years, and the earth and ecosystems in which they are grown. Their long term vision is to be able to take the manufacturing of the products they develop back to those same indigenous communities.