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Episode #3 - Dr Andrew Little on the irony of iron

Watch the full episode below with @plantbased_aussie_doctor and @vegan_like_benny Episode three of the Garden of Vegan Educational Series addresses all things IRON! So what is iron, are the myths around iron and meat true and what does this look like for the everyday Australian? Dr Andrew starts this episode by reinforcing the fact that there is nothing you can’t get from plants than you can get from meat. Iron included.He believes that as a society we have become so obsessed with all of the particular little details when it comes to our food choices and behaviours be it, macronutrients, micronutrients, how much sugar we consume, is it fat free, what about my carbs etc. All questions I’m sure we have found ourselves asking...

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Episode #2 - Dr Andrew Little on the development of the human brain and a plant-based diet

Watch the full episode below with @plantbased_aussie_doctor and @vegan_like_benny   Episode 2 with Dr Andrew - on the development of the human brain and a plant-based diet In Episode two Dr Andrew Little and Benny from Garden of Vegan discuss the development of the human brain and the impact diet has had on this. They dispel the myth about protein and its impact on the development of the human brain over time. They also discuss how our goals as a species are changing and keep evolving. Firstly, Benny asks Dr Andrew to address the myth about protein and its impact on the brain.We have been led to believe that thanks to protein, we are who we are as a species, as our brain...

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Episode #1 - Dr Andrew Little on why a whole food plantbased diet

Dr Andrew Little, Anaesthetist and dad from the Gold Coast, sits down and talks with Benny from Garden of Vegan about all thing plant-based. In this educational 8-part series the boys will dispel common myths around a plant-based diet and bring to you the latest science and evidence based research as to why adopting a plant-based diet is better for your health and the health of the planet.

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Organic, Certified Organic, Spray free, Conventional farming… It’s all a little confusing what the differences are, and, does it even matter?

The differences between organically and non-organically grown food are quite well known. A meta-analysis of 343 peer-reviewed studies show a very significant difference. In fact, in one test, organic tomatoes were shown to have nearly two thousand times more iron than their non-organically grown counterpart. Which is huge!  But what is the difference between ‘Organic’, ‘Spray Free’ and ‘Certified Organic’? Let's start with the process of a farm becoming certified organic… After acquiring a piece of land with the intentions of becoming a ‘Certified Organic’ farmer, you must assess the history of the land, and ensure it has been clean from chemicals for a minimum of seven years. Next, you need to find a suitable certifying company who will then go through...

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5kg Fruit Box

Ideal to accompany you on your individual health journey, or can be shared in the workplace or amongst the family.
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