I began my Low FODMAP lifestyle 4 years ago. I say ‘lifestyle’ as I still use the Low FODMAP diet as a base for my meal times. When I first started the diet there were virtually no recipes or information on low FODMAP. Fast forward to now and the low FODMAP diet has come a […]
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In 2017 the health world are turning their heads towards the gut and it’s tiny inhabitants ‘microbes’ most commonly know as bacteria. There are 100 trillion microbes in out gut alone and most like to live in our intestines. But before you have a meltdown and scream “OH MY GAWD! I have bacteria floating around […]
As I write this I’m staring across from a room of boxed chocolate Easter eggs; milk ones, dark chocolate ones and even spiced chill chocolate ones, and as I pan over to the other side of the room, there sits my fiance, contently grinning, plotting which movie to watch with which egg. I’m not jealeous […]
I’m not one for diets or labels. A diet that works for someone may not always work for the other person. The idea of labeling those of us with IBS (irritable bowel syndrome) seems a somewhat underrated term. The acronym it’s self is used when doctors may not specifically know what/why people suffer with the symptoms they […]
Constipation can be a traumatic and less than pleasant experience for the best of us, but when a child gets constipated it can completely alter their perception of a happy bathroom experience. It can also be stressful to the parent ;no one wants to see their child in pain or discomfort.
Milk. Organic products that are high in nutrients and fats such as cheese, cream and butter are made from milk that is high in nutrients and fats. We give it to new borns, children, the elderly and our pets; but how come some of us can tolerate it yet others can’t? For those of us […]