It is well worth the money and I cannot thank Jenny enough for her patience with my endless questions and queries

- Sam, Mum of 2

 

 

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The Additive Education professional development conducted at our school was an eye opener to many students, staff and the wider community

– Phil Barnes, Assistant Principal, Langwarrin Primary School

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The effects of additives on behaviours with students was noted by some families. The literature presented to staff was most beneficial and is still utilised

– Phil Barnes, Assistant Principal, Langwarrin Primary School

 

 

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Jenny and Kathleen’s passion and devotion to educating the public about how food additives affect behaviour is admirable

– Valerie E Coles, Social Worker

 

 

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Thank you, the supermarket tour was invaluable

– Valerie, Mum

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The most important things I have done for my children’s health and wellbeing. The information was clear and concise and I was able to confidently implement changes to our diet

– Kim, Mum of 3 and occupational therapist

 

 

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Additive Education is a fabulous resource and I recommend it to all my family and friends

– Kim, Mum of 3 and occupational therapist

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About four parents from my Pre-School attended and one child with major behavioural difficulties is a totally different child. I wouldn’t have believed it if I hadn’t seen it with my own eyes

– Debbie Lappen, Director/Teacher, Glen Waverley South Pre-School

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Your knowledge in the area is great – the information you provided was interesting, relevant and targeted at the work we do

– Amanda Stacey, Team Leader, Anglicare Victoria

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The tour was the best, I found it helpful and much easier having someone actually showing me – it was fantastic

– Cheryl, Mum

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The SAFE Product List

Shopping Guide for Additive Free Products Found in Local Supermarkets

Buying additive free products is now easier with this handy shopping guide – avoid nasty additives to improve behaviour, health and learning.

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Supermarket Tours

Come on a tour of your local supermarket to discover additive free products to improve the wellness of you and your family.

Personal Wellness Coaching

Personalised service catering to your individual needs and family lifestyle to improve health and wellbeing.

Large and Small Presentations

Learn about the effects of food additives on behaviour, health and learning; how to identify the nasty additives on food labels; and discover some safe commercial food alternatives.

School Programs

The “Eating for Success” program can improve the behaviour, health and learning of the students at your school.

Products for Sale

Expand your knowledge of additive free eating by purchasing one of these helpful and informative resources.

Workplace Programs

Customised “Workplace Wellness” programs can improve the health and wellness of your employees, as well as their families.

Live a Happy Healthy Life.

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How can we help you?

Melbourne based Additive Education is committed to adding Wellness to your life by creating awareness about the food you eat. Improve your mental and physical health by attending a Supermarket Tour, have a Presentation or Workshop at your school or workplace, or have a visit from one of our Wellness Coaches to improve the Health and Wellbeing of your family or community.

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Additive Education Blogs

Bacon and Other Processed Meats Can Cause Cancer says WHO

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This is a hot news topic at the moment (October 2015). For those who live additive free, this news will not be of huge concern. We have avoided processed meats for years due to the presence of nitrate and sulphite preservatives and also often the inclusion of MSG or equivalent. The problem with these foods are not just long term…

ConfusedLady blog

Simplifying Dietary Change

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When it first dawned on me that food additives were very badly affecting my family, I obviously wanted to make some changes to what we were eating! I’d digested all the information, and started to apply it to the food we ate. It made a lot of sense, and I felt confident we were really onto something. I rejoiced as…

AsthmaTeen blog

Asthma Cough and Preservatives

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For many, many years, I suffered from an asthma cough that required the use of Ventolin and Becotide to control. I was relying on these medications so much there were times I couldn’t leave the house without these “puffers”. My cough was so bad when I was pregnant with my third child, that I pulled a muscle near my ribs…

SleeplessTeens

Sleeping Problems and MSG

| Adults, MSG, Sleeping Problems | No Comments

Sleep. Some people have trouble falling asleep. Some people fall asleep well however wake up frequently during the night. Some people experience night terrors, nightmares and sleep walking which also disturbs sleep. The economic cost of sleeping disorders in Australia has been estimated by the Sleep Health Foundation (in research conducted by Deloitte Access Economics) to cost over $36 billion….

Supermarket Tours

Come on a tour of your local supermarket to discover additive free products to improve the wellness of you and your family.

Presentations

Learn about the effects of food additives on behaviour, health and learning; how to identify the nasty additives on food labels; and discover some safe commercial food alternatives.

Wellness Coaching

Personalised service catering to your individual needs and family lifestyle to improve health and wellbeing.

Products

Expand your knowledge of additive free eating by purchasing one of these helpful and informative resources.