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Raspberry Bliss Balls

Get ready for mothers day, making her a delicious edible gift!

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Baked Fish & Chips

Ingredients 300g sweet potato, peeled, cut into wedges 4 x white fish fillets (about 115g each) Olive oil spray Lemon and lime juice Dried chives …

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Should You Count Calories?

When trying to lose weight, one of the most common questions asked in our clinics is “How many calories do I need?” The justification for needing to know your energy requirements seems logical – in order to lose weight, you must know how many calories you need and don’t exceed your limit. However, in truth, weight loss is never as simple as calories in and calories out.

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Spaghetti with Spring Vegetables

Ingredients 350g whole meal spaghetti 300g Italian pork sausages casings removed 150g snow peas 1 zucchini 1 bunch asparagus 1/2 cup frozen baby peas 2 …

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Overnight Oat and Chia Pudding

An easy overnight oat and chia pudding recipe including seasonal fruit and a vanilla twist!

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Chicken and Vegetable Pesto Pasta

Loaded with veggies including onion, carrot, zucchini, spinach & sun-dried tomatoes

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Youth with Disability Transitioning from High School

This article will explore the experiences of youth with disability transitioning from school into a successful and productive adult life. These transitions may include leaving school to paid or unpaid work, further education, volunteering, day programs or community participation.

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Smashing Pumpkin Soup

Easy soup recipe filled with chickpeas, pumpkin and carrots

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Toe Walking: Break the Habit Early!

In the first 24 months children’s feet are normally flat on the ground. By 3 years of age, they should develop a heel-toe pattern. Some …

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Gross Motor Skill Development In Your Children

Gross motor skills are important to enable active participation in everyday activities and functions such as: Walking and running Playground skills of climbing Sporting skills …

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