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The Wellness Collective – Food for a happy & calm household!

Client: Cassandra Trezise of The Wellness Collective

Category: Community, Health + Wellness

Date: Tuesday 13th February 2018

Join Cassandra Trezise a business owner, wife and mother of The Wellness Collective.

The Wellness Collective has been formed to connect you to incredible wellness ambassadors & professionals in the Health & Wellness Industry. These events are held in Brisbane & designed to stimulate your mind. To bring you knowledge & practical information that you can implement in your life. Bite-sized chunks for those of us who strive to live a little better.


Food for a Happy and Calm Household (Additive Alert Seminar)

Some years ago I was introduced to Louise D’Allura at my sons Kindergarten. It was an information night on preservatives in our food. I was, at this point, curious to learn more. The evening for me had many lightbulb moments and really opened my eyes to the effects preservatives, colours, flavours (all artificial) had not only on our health but also our behaviours and that of our children. I am truly thrilled to present to you Louise as she shares with you her incredible knowledge around this subject. – Cassandra Trezise – The Wellness Collective.

We are all strivers, no one is perfect but the more we know the better we can do. Please join me.

A UK Government-funded study confirms what many parents have long suspected – some of the chemicals put into everyday foods and drinks can cause temper tantrums, sleep disturbance and disruptive behavior.

Join Queensland’s Additive Alert Community Talks Presenter – Home Economist Louise D’Allura from Meal Planning Your Way, for an educational session as she shines the spotlight on popular food choices to reveal some alarming surprises in everyday healthy food choices. During this fun and informative seminar you’ll learn:

  • Which food additives are linked to health, learning and behaviour problems (including asthma and hyperactivity).
  • How easy it is to shop smarter and still stay sane.
  • How to read and interpret food labels so you know which additives are worth avoiding. Everyone receives a handy Additives to Avoid card to make shopping simple!

$31.20 per ticket

Tuesday 13th February from 6.30- 8:30pm.

10 Albion Road, Albion, Brisbane