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World Chocolate Day

Celebrating All Things Choc For World Chocolate Day

As if we needed another excuse to indulge in the chocolately delights of the WholeLife snack aisle?

Roogenic Native Tea

Aussie Owned & Grown: We Chat To Roogenic About Their Award-Winning Native Tea Blends

Wild-harvested, Australian native and sustainable ingredients sourced from Indigenous growers are just part of what makes Roogenic’s tea blends so special.

Gut Soothing Pumpkin & Turmeric Smoothie | WholeLife

Gut Soothing Pumpkin and Turmeric Smoothie by The FODMAP Friendly Vegan

Low FODMAP, vegan and absolutely delicious, this gut soothing smoothie will be your newest snack obsession.

Low FODMAP with WholeLife

Everything You Need To Know About A Low FODMAP Diet

FODMAP – It’s a bit of an odd word! Learn everything you need to know about the low FODMAP diet & our range of low FODMAP foods at WholeLife.

Immune Boosting Vitamins and Supplements

Winter Vitamins & Supplements: Our Top Picks for Immune Health

With so many vitamins and supplements gracing our shelves at WholeLife, we’re here to give you to lowdown on what’s what in the immune boosting vitamin world.

World Environment Day 2022

Five Easy Eco Swaps You Can Make For World Environment Day

It’s never been easier to make small, eco-conscious changes to your everyday life that will one day make a big impact on the Earth!

Quercetin

What is Quercetin and How Can It Benefit You?

Quercetin is a natural pigment present in many plant-based foods that is packed with antioxidants. So how can it benefit you & are you getting enough of it in your diet?

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