Peta’s making healthy eating fun

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Founder of GoodnessMe, Peta Shulman, embarked on a personal wellness journey to understand her health better.

Peta Shulman, founder of GoodnessMe, discovered that eating whole foods helped her manage her autoimmune condition and she loved how it made her feel. This is a sponsored post. 

FACED with serious health problems as a result of an autoimmune condition that saw her bedridden for three months, founder of GoodnessMe, Peta Shulman, embarked on a personal wellness journey to understand her health better.

Peta discovered that eating whole foods helped her manage her condition and she loved how it made her feel.

She created the GoodnessMe Box in 2014, because she found it a challenge to research and find the best, tastiest and most nutritious foods on the market for herself. She says she spent a lot of time wandering the aisles of health food shops and reading the labels.

Peta says she wanted others to be able to easily enjoy and discover the benefits of eating whole foods and experience the great products that are available, to make healthy eating enjoyable and delicious.

“Designed to take the guesswork out of healthy eating, GoodnessMe gives people the unique opportunity to try some of the most sought-after health food products on the market, all of which get the tick of approval by our trusty team of health practitioners,” she says.

“Inside each monthly box, you’ll find up to 10 healthy packaged foods, ranging from products like dark chocolate, granola, veggie chips, gut-friendly beverages and so much more, all of which are entirely natural, GMO-friendly, free from refined sugar and contain no added nasties such as food preservatives or additives.”

Each box contains up to 10 healthy packaged foods.

As Australia’s leading health food-sampling service, Peta says that they have worked with more than 800 brands and sampled more than 2.5 million products.

“We are whole-heartedly dedicated to bringing you the best of the best when it comes to whole food savoury snacks, sweet treats, ready-made meals and everything in between,” she says.

Peta says that GoodnessMe boxes make it easy to try new things and customers tell her how much they love their surprise delivery each month to get excited about.

“It’s an approachable way to make small changes to your life to improve your health, and makes healthy eating fun,” she says.

The perfect gift to send someone.

GoodnessMe boxes make a great gift for birthdays, to those we miss and as a means to cheer people up, with gift options available.

With different subscription packages, dietary options, as well as a kids’ and beauty box to choose from, at $25 for a GoodnessMe Health box it’s great value as you get at least $40 worth of products inside, says Peta.

“Natural, wholesome foods helped me take control of my health, and I want to spread this message to as many people as I possibly can. I want others to learn how and why they should love nourishing their bodies because it feels pretty spectacular!” she says.

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