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6 questions from our users

Salman K.

Salman K.asked

Hi
Is the meat Halal?

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Super Nature
Rebecca B.Super Nature

Hi Salman!
Our meals are not halal, however, we have Vegan and Vegetarian meals in our range that might be suitable.

Salman K.
Salman K.

Thank you so much!!
Clarifies things for me
Cheers!

Milly

Millyasked

Can they be cooked in a conventional oven?

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Fair Go
Fair Go

It would be quicker, more nourishing and taste better if you tossed some Coles frozen stir fry vegetables and some left over chicken or beef in a fry pan, use olive oil and some fresh garlic and basil or even stuff out the jar, 5 minutes later, a great meal and I almost forgot, about 1/4 the price of this NON superfood.

Will

Willasked

I have to say the meals are a rip off. I bought the Pasta with Beef & Chia Meatballs on special for $4 at Woolworths, so glad I had not paid full price. Only found 3 meatballs and they are very small ones, the Chia Seeds are 0.2%, also its supposed to have Parmesan Cheese that has no percentage, and I don't see or taste it. Looks like more money was spent on the packaging then on the ingredients. I think its time to give them a miss

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Fair Go
Fair Go

Hi Will. I agree with you 100%.

Margot H

Margot Hasked

Can the packaging be recycled?

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Bronwynne
Bronwynne

From memory, i think they can be.
Most labels have recycling information on them these days, see if it is on there :-)
The good ones show a bin symbol for clear plastic film
Then a recycle sybol for cardboard etc

Bronwynne
Bronwynne

From memory, i think they can be.
Most labels have recycling information on them these days, see if it is on there :-)
The good ones show a bin symbol for clear plastic film
Then a recycle sybol for cardboard etc

Margot H
Margot H

There is no Recycling information or symbols of any kind on the food tray. It is probably Paper of some sort but seems to have a plastic coating so I'm not sure if that can be recycled

Adrienne E

Adrienne Easked

Are your products available for purchase in the US?

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saigsrik2
saigsrik2

Unfortunately they don't seem to be sold in US supermarket shelves. I tried looking for you but only supermarkets that come are from Australia.

Benny

Bennyasked

I'm looking to get healthier but also loose some weight these taste yummy, will they be good for weight loose?

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budgie
budgie

I guess they are calorie controlled and range from 350 to 400 calories per serve. If you combine this with exercise you should be right. Good luck

At 1350 - 1950 kilojoules per 350g meal, they certainly are well balanced if you are trying to lose weight.
However, as with most prepared meals, the salt content can be high and Super Nature range from 690 - 1550mg of salt per meal (around 3000mg = one teaspoon) so this is something to keep in mind.
My wife had tried nearly every diet created in the past 20 years - nothing worked until........................
One of our daughters friends lost 18kg in 6 months and my wife followed the same plan she made for herself.
No sugar - full stop !. especially fizzy drinks. Eat as much natural fresh food as your body needs or you want, in other words, eat well, as long as its not processed food. Start walking 1km per day for the first few weeks, then build up to 2km per day and maintain it. Find somewhere nice to walk, as this helps you enjoy losing weight.
My wife was size 16, she is now size 10 and it only took her 7 months and, she still has a huge piece or two of baked ricotta cheese cake each week.
So, the moral to the story is - to drop weight, you need to drop sugar, to activate the body in dispensing of the weight, you need some light exercise such as walking.
There's one more secret - the more flavoursome you can make your meals - i.e.: pan seared chicken thigh (or scotch fillet - beef or pork or a nice fresh fish fillet), with GLR - garlic, lemon & rosemary (add the GLR after the first side is cooked) then a nice tossed salad with Cos lettuce, Avo, vintage cheese, red onion, walnuts, capsicum, roasted garlic, grated carrot, fresh basil etc. with a homemade dressing of olive oil and lemon juice, this way, you will be more satisfied (hopefully) and less likely to binge or seek sugary foods or drinks.
These are only suggestions as they have worked for my wife - everyone is different, however, its worth a try.
Good luck in your health quest !.

Ali B
Ali B

NO!! Too high in salt and lacking in nutrition - so if you ate just these, you would be under nourished, therefore your metabolism would become even slower, and you would most likely develop or enhance cravings for more salt and sugar!
You cannot lose weight by being lazy and eating packaged processed food. The ONLY way to lose weight is to eat a BALANCED diet of nutritious food and EXERCISE!
Sorry, but that's a fact..

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