Food for a Happy and Calm Household

Thursday 19 July, 2012, 5:30 - 7:30 pm
Caboolture, Queensland

Can the food in your child's lunchbox affect their behaviour and health?

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.

How much do you really know about what’s actually in the foods you eat?
Join Health Eating Advocate and Queensland’s Additive Alert Community Talks Presenter Louise D’Allura, a qualified Home Economist/ Nutritionist and Professional Organiser for an educational evening as she shines the spotlight on popular food choices to reveal some alarming surprises in everyday healthy food choices.
During this fun and informative 2 hour 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!

The Australian bestseller by Perth Mum Julie Eady will be available on the night.

Be sure to share the event details with friends, family and your school/ childcare centre!

We'd love to thank Flannerys for their fantastic support promoting Food for a Happy and Calm Household!

Don't forget to support them too by visiting your local Flannerys store. If you see me shopping at the Chermside store be sure to say hi!

Fabulous reviews from fabulous women

Louise is an engaging presenter who is passionate about helping people. The session was both practical and entertaining and Louise provided lots of opportunities for interaction and learning. I have received many positive comments from attendees about the valuable information they received and how it will improve the quality of foods they provide to their families. Thank you so much for delivering your workshop at our school.
Carol Taylor
Tuckshop Convenor -
Holy Spirit School, New Farm
Louise is clearly a passionate and experienced professional who is committed to scientific understanding. This session really opens your eyes to becoming a conscious consumer and how you do have a choice! The practical skills and insights that you get from Louise and other attendees made it a very valuable evening. This session and the Additive Alert book will make a big impact on my health, the health of my family, and the children in our care.
Melissa Bergh
Lead Coordinator - C&K Northside Family Day Care Scheme, Brisbane
The Caboolture Hub
Learning & Business Centre
Level 1
4 Hasking Street
Caboolture Qld 4510

Thursday 19 July 2012
This event is being run by Moreton Bay Regional Council's Caboolture Hub, so click here to make your booking direct to reserve your seat!

Got a question?

Moreton Bay Regional Council's Caboolture Hub Venue Manager

Bronwyn Dickinson
Ph: (07) 5433 3700