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Low FODMAP Chocolate

Chocolate & Irritable Bowel Syndrome

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 […]

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Fake Food

Stop Eating Fake Food

I remember as a kid playing mums and dads with my friends, we would pretend to sit down at an imaginary dinner table with our pretty pink tea cups and picnic knives, forks and plates. We would mimic our parents own words of “what’s for dinner tonight love?”, “Oh, tonight is pizza, here you go!” […]

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Valentines Day Free card

Freebie! 9 Valentines Day Lunchbox Love Cards

Do you have a special someone? Or maybe you want to tell that person you’ve been admiring all last year how you really feel? Alternatively you may just want to tell yourself how much you love you! (awkward cough) I have designed some foodie valentines day cards to show your love they always say the […]

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A Quick Guide to Fats

A Quick Guide to Fats

Trans/Hydrogenated Fat Granted there are fats that you should AVOID at all costs such as Trans/hydrogenated fats, found in fried, pre packaged food. The reason being, is that these fats are man-made or have been genetically altered for longer shelf life. The body is unable to brake these fats down and in turn can lead to heat […]

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Fat Sick & Nearly Dead

Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead

If any of you out there have ever doubted the benefits to eating healthy or whether food can cure you of long term illness, you may want to watch ‘Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead’. The first reason I started this website was to prove to people that what we put in your bodies, determines how it […]

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Constipation

Constipated? Get Your Natural Rhythm Back Through Diet

If all the festive goodies have caught up with you and you’ve seem to have lost your, erm…natural rhythm lets say, then follow these simple steps to get back on track.

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