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There are a few common things that irritate the delicate balance of “good” and “bad” gut bacteria in our digestive systems.
by Amy Pozzar
These days, it seems the focus of a ‘healthy’ diet is based on what all the celebs are doing, what looks good on Instagram and what sounds good on Facebook. Unfortunately, this obsession with fad diets has resulted in people following trends that aren’t necessarily suited to their body’s needs. And so the profound ignorance to food intolerances were born!
Spoiling your loved one doesn’t mean making them fat via bucket loads of chocolate and sweets. By all means, chocolate is wonderful, and a little box of top quality is always gratefully received. However, this year, why not switch it up a little and give your loved one the gift of health…..(corny right? haha!)
by Danielle Sacht
Sometimes having a food allergy or intolerance such as coeliac disease can result in you needing a holiday, after your holiday! With all the stress of wondering where you can eat, and praying you don’t get sick from the dish you just ordered that you think is going to be ok, here are my top 8 tips to keep you stress-free and healthy during your overseas adventures!
Spicy satay sauce served with vegetable ‘fettuccine’.
Rich in zinc and magnesium, and a good source of calcium, iron, folate, and vitamin E. This sauce can be used as a delicious salad dressing, or a sauce for your favourite meat/protein source. It also packs in 9.6g of protein and 4.2g of fibre. Not bad at all for a sauce!