Nutra Organics Giveaway

Nutra Organics are graciously offering a healthy prize pack for one very lucky Beauty and Lace reader, which just may be your ticket to good health. The prize includes one of their best selling Super Greens + Reds Powder and one Vital Veggie Power; a necessity for the fussiest of children who just won’t eat their vegetables.

Super Greens + Reds = a highly concentrated ‘superfood multivitamin’ filled to the brim with nutrient-rich ingredients, pre and probiotics and fortified with an extra dose of vitamins, minerals, herbs and enzymes. Suitable for all ages, Super Greens + Reds is natural, raw, certified organic and an alternative to your daily multivitamin.


Vital Veggie Power = a clever idea for mothers at their wits’ end on how to feed little ones their vegetables. Vital Veggie Power contains 4 vegetables, 1 fruit, 4 super foods and 1 fibre, all formulated in handy powder form that can easily be disguised in your daily foods; whether it be mixed with spaghetti, sprinkled on toast, added to muffins or spooned into juice. I can confirm that this goes down a treat with the young and they’re none the wiser.

For more information on Nutra Organics, visit here

We have 1x Super Greens + Reds and Vital Veggie Power to giveaway to 1 lucky Beauty and Lace reader.

To enter, just leave a comment below telling us what was your favourite dish as a child?

Competition closes 12/09/13 midnight AEST. You must be subscribed to the Beauty and Lace newsletter OR a Facebook fan to enter. Make sure you use a valid email address so we can contact you if you are a lucky winner

Terms and conditions

– All decisions are final and no correspondence will be entered into.
– Competition is a game of skill. Chance plays no part in determining the winner.
– Prize not negotiable, and cannot be exchanged or taken as cash.
– One entry per person
– Competition open to Australian residents only
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– We reserve the right to make changes to the prize and competition if required.
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41 thoughts on “Nutra Organics Giveaway

  1. My favourite was lasagne which I am sure my mum packed with hidden vegies such as grated zucchini and finely diced mushrooms

  2. My favourite dish was a Nasi Goreng Indonesian Rice dish my mum managed to make, quite a treat after bland, boring Anglo food night after night!

  3. Cheesy macaroni was my best … With tomato sauce and a sprinkle of sugar on top of the melted cheese … My mom used to love making it for me … Xx and her beautiful barley soup which I still crave today … Thick and hot and luscious

  4. Favourite was definately going to my Nan’s house for a baked dinner, best tasting and great memories, nan did gravy to die for ; )

  5. Anything my Nan cooked me but especially roast beef with all the amazing roast veggies which I would only happily eat when she, and she alone would cook them.

  6. My Mum’s Roast Chicken with all of the trimmings. It was a special occasion dinner and I always requested it for my birthday.

  7. My nan baked duck every Sunday when I was little to this day it is my favourite dish ..makes me think of my nan 🙂

  8. I loved my grandma spag bog. She never hid any vege’s in like my mum did and it always tasted great. Every time I had a sleep over, I begged her to make it form me.

  9. For Sunday brunch, my mum made pancakes in the shape of Mickey Mouse. There’d then be a range of condiments – choc chips, pineapple, strawberry, ice cream, hundreds and thousands – with which to decorate Mickey. No matter how hard I’d try for a minimalist Mickey, he always ended up one gloopey – and delcious – mess.

  10. I loved fish & chips as a kid & I still do! Although sometimes it’s a bit like watching the Oscars, before you start you can’t wait but after awhile you’re wondering what all the fuss was about..

  11. Tuna Mornay. I only ever had it a child care and remember trying to explain it to my parents… they couldn’t understand me.

  12. stuffed capsicums when mum found that recipe i loved it thought my family now wont eat they dont like the capsicum

  13. As a child i loved Dads Sunday Roast! Yum! And it was the one time during the week that we were all together as a family 🙂

  14. Home style Southern Fried Chicken dads recipe, it wasn’t until I grew up and realized how unhealthy it actually is, so I only indulge when I go there and visit

  15. My mums home made shepards pie was my favourite childhood dish. Packed with mince and hidden vegetables and topped with mashed potato and cheese. Clever mum always found a way for us to eat our veggies!

  16. Anything that involved chocolate- chocolate crackles, chocolate mouse, chocolate spiders, chocolate sundaes. You could pour chocolate over anything and i would eat it.

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