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Entries open from 5 January 2014 – 20 Jan 2014. You must enter the coupon code
GOODGUT at checkout to enter. Only orders over $30 will qualify. Only one Good Gut pack per customer and you may receive any two 250g variety of Pat’s Veg.

Your Good Gut pack will automatically be added to your order at zero cost on your fourth week of consecutive ordering over $30.

UNGLUT YOUR GUT


Went too hard at work wind ups? Ate and drank things you'd never usually put in your body, and in worrying quantities? What about your stress levels? By the time Christmas rolled around were you already strung out from the end-of-year rush at work, traumatised by Christmas shopping, or mentally and emotionally “just hanging on” around family members you may have moved interstate or overseas to avoid? And after it was all done, during some reflective New Year's resolution type moment, did you find yourself asking, “how badly did all of this affect my intestinal flora!?” Hmm, maybe you didn't.

And yet, deep inside all of us exists another world, a microscopic world made up of 10 times more bacteria, fungi and other organisms than we have cells in our body. It's called the human microbiome and most of it lives in our guts. Anyway there are 10 trillion friendly bacteria in there and it's like its own ecosystem.
 
Our microbiome is doing a whole lot of essential jobs we can't do ourselves. Not only are they're aiding our digestion, they're also producing essential substances we can't make ourselves. They’re regulating our appetite, controlling our moods, teaching our bodies not to overreact to harmless intruders (read allergies!) and most importantly they're helping our immune system defend us from infection.
 
You might start to wonder who's in control here - them or us? But that's a whole other conversation. The rub of all this is that a happy gut equals a happy life. And after the festive season your microbiome has just gone through, we'd like to help!
 
In January, Fair Food is teaming up with master fermenter Pat from Pat's Veg to bring you the Unglut Your Gut Challenge!

Just plug in the coupon code GOODGUT at checkout, and order over $30 worth of clean, green 'n' fair foods over four consecutive weeks and we'll send you a FREE Good Gut Pack with your fourth order!

IT WORKS LIKE THIS...

  1. Simply enter the coupon code GOODGUT when you checkout. But be quick, you only have two weeks, until the 20th of January to join the challenge!
  2. To get your Good Gut Pack, you’ll need to make four consecutive orders over $30.
  3. On your fourth order we’ll reward you for your commitment to eating well with a free Good Gut Pack – featuring 2 x 250 gram jars of Pat’s Organic, Locally Sourced, Fermented Veg – a kind of super food for your microbiome!
Fair Foodsters, welcome back! Here's to a happy and healthy 2014!

Chris

P.s. Oh and in local produce news, local beans and snow peas are super cheap in the extras section this week, and will also feature in most boxes.
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