I’ve been recently looking into paleo hiking foods to take on a 9 day hiking trip in Ireland. I will be carrying all my belongings for the whole time so the food I take needs to be light, paleo, shelf-stable and nutritious. The area I’m hiking in is pretty remote and there is not […]
A year ago, I received FMT treatment (fecal microbiota transplants, stool transplants) at the Taymount clinic in England. I did it to fix my IBS and SIBO symptoms and restore my low numbers of beneficial gut bacteria. This is an update about the current condition of my gut and what has changed for me since […]
I’ve posted a recipe for healthy snowballs made from dates and coconut before but this recipe is a variation of the standard date bliss balls using coconut crunch (aka roasted coconut chips). The larger texture of coconut chips added a different texture to these bliss balls, which I quite enjoyed!
I’ve made these bite-sized, which works […]
Baked beans are probably one of the most popular foods in Britain, but unfortunately the tinned varieties usually consumed are laden with sugar and other undesirable ingredients.
It doesn’t have to be this way! Just follow my recipe and make your own…
Baked beans are easy to make and they taste pretty much the same as the […]
Low stomach acid (or low hydrochloric acid) is a very under-rated problem. When people are faced with symptoms, they usually think they have too much stomach acid and in fact, GPs would usually prescribe antacids or PPIs in these cases. However, the symptoms for low and high stomach acid are very similar, so it […]
The liver and gallbladder flush had crossed my path several times in my healing journey but I had always dismissed the idea of doing it. The idea behind the flush is to release any stones that may be stuck in the gallbladder, thereby improving digestion and detoxification and leading to greater well-being. I usually […]
This clean raspberry cheesecake is absolutely delicious and totally guilt-free!
It was my dad’s birthday and I wanted to make him a special birthday cake, but since I don’t like giving people unhealthy things it had to be refined sugar and grain/gluten – free. I had previously tried different versions of raw vegan cheesecake at a cafe […]
When I first started on my health journey I saw the GAPS diet mentioned several times but at the time I was convinced that the way forward was a raw and vegan diet. It took me about a year to decide that GAPS was in fact the better way to go for […]
Did you know that black elderberry has been used as folk medicine for hundreds of years?
And did you know that studies have shown it may be effective in treating the flu, allergies and boosting respiratory health and the immune system?
The best thing is, that elderberry […]
First of all, processed food can NOT be part of a healthy, balanced diet (although big food corporations would like us to believe otherwise). Humans are quite resilient though, so […]
- I'm a nutritional therapy student obsessed with real food, ancestral health, non-toxic living and the microbiome. On my journey to a healthier life I've explored the GAPS, SCD, low FODMAP, AIP, Paleo and WAPF diets, how to feed the good gut microbes and sustainable, toxin-free living... I'd love to share my findings with you!
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