Category: Food and nutrition
When I took my first, tentative steps into the health and fitness community, I was obsessed with calorie content, yet thought eating a adult-sized bag of sweets for lunch was ok because they were labelled “fat free”. I thought exercising on an empty stomach was the best way to lose weight and count calories. I started a new faddy diet at least once a … Read More BLOG: Why Has Eating Become a Guilty Little Secret?
In my blog post about suffering from IBS earlier this month, I mentioned that I’d be sharing some ways that have helped me to calm my digestive system and lessen the intensity/frequency of IBS episodes. For anyone with IBS, I encourage you to embark on some open-minded discovery of your trigger foods, because every single one of us is different. For me, one amazing … Read More BLOG: IBS Series: Make Your Own Live Yoghurt
If you suffer from IBS then you’ll know the difficulty you have describing it to someone who doesn’t. You’ll also recognise the constant struggle to keep a happy and normally functioning digestive system, and the way that when you’re suffering an episode you can’t really think about anything else. For me, I’ve got a sensitive digestive system- and a whole host of food can … Read More BLOG: The Shame of IBS