Actress and self-described ‘Earth Mother’ Teresa Palmer is well known for living an ‘organic’ life.
And the 33-year-old Hacksaw Ridge star has now expanded her horizons by entering the lucrative vegan supplements market.
Teresa – who has three children, Bodhi Rain, five, Forest Sage, two, and one-month old Poet Lake – is releasing a range of all-natural plant-based supplements for kids.
Teresa Palmer (pictured), 33, has turned businesswoman and launched her own plant based supplement for kids, it was revealed on Friday. She also said she vaccinates her children
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‘I was really sick of juggling conversations and power struggles with my kids about vegetables and greens so I said to Christiane, “I wish there was something I could give the kids and get a hit of health,”‘ said Teresa.
The Lovewell range, which includes the plant-based shakes, have been made in conjunction with leading nutritionists and naturopaths.
Wellness wagon: The Hacksaw Ridge star has launched her own all-natural plant-based supplement suitable for kids, called Lovewell. Pictured with her kids Bodhi Rain, 5, Forest Sage, 2, and one-month old Poet Lake
Sensibly, Teresa also assured the publication that both she and Christiane vaccinate their children.
Teresa has been rather busy lately, and will soon fly to the UK to film season two of fantasy series A Discovery of Witches.
She will then return to Australia for the release of Michelle Payne biopic Ride Like A Girl, in which she stars as the Melbourne Cup-winning jockey.
Growth industry: Teresa created the product with her best friend, Christiane Duigan, and says the supplement is like a ‘hit of vegetables’. Pictured with her husband Mark Webber and their three children
Teresa recently revealed her son Bodhi wants to follow a vegan diet, but she is forced to bend the truth about what he eats on occasion.
‘I’m constantly lying,’ she said, adding that Bodhi still eats chocolate on Easter Sunday despite it being a dairy product.
Teresa revealed that other parents hosting kids’ parties have to tell her son the birthday cake is vegan when it isn’t.
White lies: Teresa recently revealed her son Bodhi wants to follow a vegan diet, but she is forced to bend the truth about what he eats on occasion