Wholesome Whole Foods #14- August 27th

by Michelle on August 27, 2010 · 11 comments

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Welcome To Wholesome Whole Foods

Happy Friday Everyone and Welcome to this weeks edition of Wholesome Whole Foods! Another week gone, another week to be healthy for our mind and bodies!

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What is Wholesome Whole Foods all about?

Wholesome Whole Foods is a blog carnival where you can share your wholesome, healthy, real food posts.They don’t have to just be recipes, they just have to be to do with real food and healthy living.

What if I can enter my link today?

Don’t worry if you can’t enter your link today the linky will be left open till Sunday each week.

Things to remember…

Make sure you link back to this weeks edition of the carnival (not my home page) so everyone can find everyone all the great posts in the carnival. (Unfortunately unlinked posts can’t be counted in the carnival).

Also please comment below to let everyone know all about your post!

My Submission For This Week

This week I have you a Q&A with Nutritionist Karen Fischer all about healthy food for our skin!

I hope you all enjoy this weeks carnival!


Health Food Lover is Michelle Robson-Garth. Michelle is a degree-qualified Naturopath (BHSc) and Massage Therapist. She is also a passionate writer, recipe-creator and all-round foodie from Melbourne, Australia. © Copyright: 2009-2012 Michelle Robson-Garth. Please ask permission first when using any text or images on healthfoodlover.com. Read the disclaimer here. Have a look at the recipe index for more health food lovin’ recipes. Join the Facebook page & follow Health Food Lover on twitter.

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Christina @ Spoonfed August 27, 2010 at 7:12 am

I’m posting this week about making school food not only healthful, but also sustainable, chemical-free and ethical. An excerpt:

“If we’re going to raise a nation of thinking eaters — indeed, a nation of truly healthy kids — schools need to move beyond calorie count and replacing white bread with wheat. They need to ask hard questions about how they source their food and what’s in it.”

(Nice to be back!)


Alea August 27, 2010 at 8:03 am

I look forward to reading your interview!


Wendy (The Local Cook) August 27, 2010 at 10:09 am

Thanks for hosting!


Debbi Does Dinner Healthy August 27, 2010 at 12:07 pm

Hi, thank you again for hosting! I love to look at all the recipes posted. I hope that my submission is okay, it has a corn bread mix this time rather than a home made corn bread. Thanks!!


dr Love August 27, 2010 at 2:51 pm

Hey hey, I found your site is very interesting. So where is the Q&A?


Riz August 27, 2010 at 2:52 pm

Although you have eat healthy foods, you still need to do work outs. So, make your time for it.


healy August 31, 2010 at 3:56 am

thanks for this wonderful ideas. . .thanks for the tips and recipes you’ve shared. Keep it up Ms. Michelle


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