Frozen Food

Yes frozen food can be more nutriitous than fresh and is the most natural way of preserving food. No need for added preservatives, stabalisers or gases - real food cooked then frozen to lock in the nutrients.

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Gut Health 

Our gut plays a major role in our overall physical and mental health. When your gut is not behaving it can cause a wide range of pain, embarrasment, changes in mood and much more. Learn more about your gut health and how changes to you diet may help.

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Vitamins 

Vitamins and minerals are required by our body to carry out a wide range of functions. Learn why we believe a food first approach is the way to get your nutrients unless you have a known deficiency.

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Nutrition 

We use a range of wholefoods ingredients to ensure every We Feed You meals is packed with flavour and nutrition. Our chefs are inspired by flavours and ingredients from across the globe. Learn more about specific ingredients , how we use them in our meals and their nutritional benefits.

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About We Feed You

Our world class chefs prepare our meals the way we like to eat, and like you would at home: no hidden nasties, plenty of flavour, texture, quality local meat, heaps of veggies and a varied menu. Our meals are mostly low in fat, salt and sugar and are free from added preservatives, fillers, bulking agents and stabilisers. We use ingredients you would find in most home pantries rather than chemicals and numbers. Learn more about our team, food philosophy and meals here.

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Feed a healthcare worker

Frontline healthcare workers battling COVID-19 are under enormous pressure and it is in their DNA to care for those in need. We want to show them how much we appreciate them and have partnered with Frontliner to provide meals.

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Guests / interviews

We Feed You are proud to work with a number of professional athletes, dietitians, allied health professionals or likeminded businesses to provide them with high quality and nutritious ready meals or to simply share the great work they are doing with our community. Meet some of these guests in our interview series:

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Low Fodmap Diet

Do you struggle with embarrassing flatulence, annoying bloating, debilitating gut pain, fatigue or mood disturbance?  Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a disorder of the gut nervous system, and symptoms differ from person to person. 1 in 7 people struggle with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and fortunately the Low FODMAP diet has been shown to help up to 75% of people control their IBS and get their lives back on track. The We Feed You range of low FODMAP meals are suitable for all phases of the low FODMAP diet from elimination to liberalisation.  Learn more about the low FODMAP diet and our dedicated meals.

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Gluten Free

Gluten is a protein that is found in grains and needs to be avoided by those with coeliac disease. Symptoms of a gluten sensitivity or intolerance can include tiredness, bloating, diarrhoea, gassiness, constipation, abdominal pain, weight gain or loss, heartburn, nausea and many more. Those with diagnosed coeliac disease must follow a strict gluten free diet for life to avoid damage to the small bowel and other health complications. At We Feed You, our meals are designed using ingredients that do not contain gluten. There are also no products containing gluten kept or used in our kitchen, enabling you to enjoy flavoursome and nutritious meals with confidence.

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Vegan

A vegan or plant based diet is a great way to increase your consumption of phytonutrients, fibre, vitamins and minerals. It has also shown to provide many health benefits such as helping to lower blood pressure, reduce the risk of heart disease, may protect against certain types of cancer and support overall health and wellbeing. Lean more about our vegan meals and the vegan diet here.

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Diet Without Dieting

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Vegetarian

A vegetrian diet can be a great way of life and help reduce the risk of many chronic illnessed. It should inlcude a wide range of vegetables, fruits, grains, nuts, seeds. healthy fats, protein, herbs and spices. Lean more about our vegetarian meals and tips for following a vegetarian diet here.

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