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Toi Tangata | The Art of Human Potential - Māori Health Agency

Toi Tangata, the art of human potential.

Toi Tangata is a national Māori agency which specialises in healthy living and healthy learning based on Māori knowledge. 

We draw from mātauranga Māori to inform, advise and empower people who are active in health and related social services.
Operating nationally and locally to encourage healthy and active lifestyles, Toi Tangata works with local and central governments, whānau, hapū, iwi, health professionals, advocates and supporters who are committed to making positive change for the health and wellbeing of our people.

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2 days ago

Toi Tangata
Tiaki oneone: some thoughts!

The world grows 95% of its food in the uppermost layer of soil, making topsoil one of the most important components of our food system.

Nearly half of the most productive soil on earth has disappeared in the last 150 years.

Without topsoil, the earth’s ability to filter water, absorb carbon, and produce nutrient rich food is compromised.

🌿 https://bit.ly/2Yz1zxr

To find out more about how we can all tiaki oneone, check out the pukapuka ‘Te Mahi Oneone Hua Parakore’, or this Jessica Hutchings interview.

🌱 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rLgZKv-szx8

Jessica Hutchings will also be joining us at our Toi Tangata Hui ā Tau 2021 next month, and sharing her knowledge around soil sovereignty. 

💥 https://toitangata.co.nz/our-mahi/toi-tangata-hui-a-tau-2020/

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Tiaki oneone: some thoughts!

The world grows 95% of its food in the uppermost layer of soil, making topsoil one of the most important components of our food system.

Nearly half of the most productive soil on earth has disappeared in the last 150 years.

Without topsoil, the earth’s ability to filter water, absorb carbon, and produce nutrient rich food is compromised.

🌿 bit.ly/2Yz1zxr

To find out more about how we can all tiaki oneone, check out the pukapuka ‘Te Mahi Oneone Hua Parakore’, or this Jessica Hutchings interview.

🌱 www.youtube.com/watch?v=rLgZKv-szx8

Jessica Hutchings will also be joining us at our Toi Tangata Hui ā Tau 2021 next month, and sharing her knowledge around soil sovereignty.

💥 toitangata.co.nz/our-mahi/toi-tangata-hui-a-tau-2020/

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3 days ago

Toi Tangata
Kai, iron and Papatūānuku  

Kai can support us to be in good relation with Papatūānuku!

Check out this post to learn a little more!

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Kai, iron and Papatūānuku

Kai can support us to be in good relation with Papatūānuku!

Check out this post to learn a little more!

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Loving these posts 😍❤️

3 days ago

Toi Tangata
Tiaki Tinana: Some Guidance

Adding Vitamin C rich foods like kiwifruit, citrus, orange juice, capsicums, tomatoes or kumara to your meal helps the body to absorb iron

If you need some inspiration for meals high in iron and/or vitamin c check out the recipe cards (in either te reo māori, or te reo pākeha) at the link below.

https://hekai.co.nz/resources/

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Tiaki Tinana: Some Guidance

Adding Vitamin C rich foods like kiwifruit, citrus, orange juice, capsicums, tomatoes or kumara to your meal helps the body to absorb iron

If you need some inspiration for meals high in iron and/or vitamin c check out the recipe cards (in either te reo māori, or te reo pākeha) at the link below.

hekai.co.nz/resources/

#WorldIronWeek #tewikirinooteao
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Pai rawa atu! These are good simple tips.

4 days ago

Toi Tangata
Tiaki Tinana: Some guidance

Try to have at least 3 iron-rich sources of food a day.
For example: one palm-sized serving from a meat source ~ meats, fish, seafood and two servings from non-meat sources such as tofu, eggs, kūmara, canned tomatoes, courgettes, corn, seeds, nuts, leeks, avocado, broccoli, whole grain cereal

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Tiaki Tinana: Some guidance

Try to have at least 3 iron-rich sources of food a day.
For example: one palm-sized serving from a meat source ~ meats, fish, seafood and two servings from non-meat sources such as tofu, eggs, kūmara, canned tomatoes, courgettes, corn, seeds, nuts, leeks, avocado, broccoli, whole grain cereal

#WorldIronWeek #tewikirinooteao
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