All parents are familiar with the 'juggle' -- trying to balance kids, family, work, life and home, but throw a global pandemic into the mix and parents are facing a whole new world of challenges. COVID-19 has brought with it additional child care responsibilities, home schooling, working from home obligations and the struggles of isolation.
Being a part of the Collective with so many like minded organisations is incredibly important and we know that together we can create positive change for the future. Hear from our CEO Siobhan and CEO of The Root Cause Israel on being a part of The Obesity Collective and making a difference.
For many Australians, eating fruit and vegetables is a tough sell. Government data shows only 7 per cent of adults and 5 per cent of children eat sufficient serves of vegetables, while half of adults and two-thirds of children eat enough fruit. A new national body has been established to change our consumption habits and help the farmers who grow fresh produce.
Whilst we're home in isolation, and heading into winter, what better opportunity to keep kids busy than to teach them the lifelong skill of learning how to cook! Getting kids in the kitchen and showing them how to prepare simple and healthy meals can really set them up for a future where they are able to make informed choices about what they eat and how they can take control of their health. To discuss this we're joined today by Siobhan Boyle, CEO of The Good Foundation.
April 7 2020 Budding young chefs are whipping up a storm in the kitchen these school holidays while stuck at home. This is how you can take part in Jamie Oliver's Learn Your Fruit and Veg online program.
MARCH 5 2020 Two classes of Year 7 and 8 students gained eggscellent kitchen skills today when Jamie's Ministry of Food visited Yarrabilba State Secondary College. But a new repertoire of egg-puns wasn't all the lucky students learned at the first lesson of the five-week cooking program.
The importance of good nutrition to keep our kids concentrating in class and improving their mental health is vital. Chef, food Stylist and CEO of the Good Foundation Siobhan Boyle is here to keep you inspired and stress-less.
For the next few weeks, Jamie's Ministry of Food is holding new fun and interactive happy hour cooking sessions for residents of Stockland Newport and the wider community. The initiative aims to empower the area's older generation to stay healthy, make friends, and improve overall well being -- both physically and emotionally.
Jamie's Ministry of Food in Ipswich is just one of two training kitchens in Queensland enabling participants to discover the joys of cooking along with the health and taste advantages of preparing nutritious meals. The cookery course, which is open to anyone, is a place where people can come together to learn practical, hands on cooking within a sociable and friendly community.