BTB blog

Uncover a range of health hacks, thoughts and journal notes from the team behind your favourite native Australian superfood supplements.

In Australia alone many talk shows and studies indicate that over a third of all Australians and up to 45% over 18 years of age get less than the daily recommended amount of sleep. 

Take the time to reflect upon the past season and use this time to settle into the autumn weather.

Now is a great time to start nourishing the gut and immune system ready for any unwanted pathogens that may be lurking around.

NAIDOC week is held between the 3rd and 10th of July and celebrates the history, culture, and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Not only is it a celebration but a great opportunity for all Australians to learn about the First Nations cultures and histories.
Most of you have heard about probiotics and their use in modern medicine.  If you haven't well in a nutshell a probiotic is live bacteria that we introduce orally in tablet or powder form that take host in our gut that offer a host of health benefits.  
First of all we would love to point out that we are huge advocates for eating a whole food diet.  You become what you eat. Literally! Old science used to talk about calories in and calories out as being the standard and therefore there is still some old school trains of thought in the wellness industry particularly the fitness sector that a calorie is a calorie.  Science has now disproved this.
After the year that was 2020 boosting your immune system naturally has become a hot topic. When your immune system is well supported it is the king at defending you against incoming viruses and bacteria. Sometimes, it isn’t quite able to keep all the bad guys out, and the end result is you end up with a cold, flu or something worse.
The supplement industry is saturated and it can be very overwhelming as a consumer to visit countless supplement websites, and understand what sets them apart from other supplement companies.To make it easier for you to choose, we’ve broken down the key differences between our whole food supplements and other superfood and supplement companies.
It is a well-known fact that most supplements in today’s market are synthetic, being artificially made within laboratories by scientists. The general consensus is that synthetic nutrients chemical structures are almost completely identical to nature.