Is your digestive health ‘fit’ for your total health? Learn more about digestion, what helps and what the clues are to watch out for.
Sharing my experience of covid in summer 2022, the nutritional support I used and what I learnt
Understand possible causes of constipation and what you can do to help.
Balancing your intake of carbohydrate, protein and beneficial fats in all meals and snacks can help you balance your blood sugar levels and reduce your cravings.
This Beef ‘Malay style’ is one of them and my family loves it. It is quick and easy to put into the slow cooker at the start of the day
What, if any are your secret problem foods? Are there foods that you crave, eat regularly, notice symptoms after eating?
Does your joint pain impact you getting on with living, exercising, working? Is it worse on waking? Does it leave you feeling tired
Wind (gas) can provide clues about digestive health. Upper wind can result in symptoms like belching, reflux, nausea.
A quick snack to keep energy levels balanced. A delicious mouthful of energy in two flavours, chocolate, and vanilla.
A delicious mix of golden roasted oats, nuts, and seeds to start your day in a balanced way. You can use different combinations of nuts
This my 12y old daughter’s signature baking recipe. She is intolerant to milk and soy so not able to enjoy traditional cheesecake.
A frittata is a tasty on-the-go option that can be served hot or cold, made in advance and taken to work in a lunch box and enjoyed with a side salad
My signature baking recipe is a gluten free, dairy free and low histamine friendly slice. A childhood favourite slice of mine was ‘chocolate crunch’.
This family favourite is a warming pie for a wintery evening. Adapted to be gluten free, it is a variation on Jamie Oliver’s Turkey, Bacon and Leek pie.
Bloating, gassy, cramps, heavy, uncomfortable? One minute you can’t go to the loo and the next minute you can’t get off it?
This delicious green vegetable of the Brassicas family derives its name from the Italian Broccolo meaning “flowering crest of cabbage”.
I love baking, and I’m a fan of the Great British Bake Off, are you Baking isn’t easy if you have digestive troubles
As a chocolate lover myself I researched the nutritional benefits of chocolate. Milk chocolate is a food craved by many of us because it contains that
Here are 6 tips to start being your own digestive detective. Are your digestive symptoms confusing?Maybe you’ve already eliminated foods
Nutrition provides energy, specific nutrients for processes in the body and building blocks (e.g., muscles, bones) in the body.
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