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Surviving Christmas when you have Intolerances

It’s that time again and usually it's a joyful time of gifts, eating, drinking and family time but for people with food intolerances is totally different. It can be an added stress and can feel very isolating and restrictive. Lets try to make it be a better Christmas...

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Dairy free eggnog

Dairy free eggnog

😋 3 eggs 120g sugar 400ml dairy free milk of your choice 300ml dairy free cream of your choice 250ml alcohol of your choice (rum is what I used) 2 tsp vanilla paste 1 tsp nutmeg Blend it altogether on low speed. Chill, pour and then DRINK 🙂

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Why you’re not losing weight & what to do about it

Why you’re not losing weight & what to do about it

Its nearly Christmas and the gyms are still busy with people striving to get rid of the extra pounds to not only look good for the Christmas festivities but to be able to indulge in all the food and drink. So why is it so hard to get rid of those extra pounds? No...

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IBS: Should we go back to basics?

IBS: Should we go back to basics?

IBS is a common occurrence but it does not mean it’s OK or that we should just lie down and take the generic response of “It’s IBS, here’s a laxative and be on your way to live with the symptoms”.

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The Gut Facts

The Gut Facts

We are guilty of not knowing or listening to our gut. But it’s worth getting to know this vital organ much better to improve our health in powerful ways.

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Gut Healing Superfoods

The gut healing phase is the most important part when eliminating trigger foods that bring on digestive discomfort. Check out this list of superfoods.

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Dirty Dozen, Clean 15

Dirty Dozen, Clean 15

What fruit and vegetables must you buy organic and what can you get away with not if you're on a budget? Lets see the list below for the updated 2017 version 2017 Dirty Dozen List ALWAYS buy these organic as they have the most pesticides added. 1. Strawberries 2....

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