Following a low FODMAP eating plan can often limit food options. This should not impact your enjoyment over the festive period. With endless parties, gatherings and ultimately Christmas day, it would be nice to have a list of "safe" foods that you know are not going to send you to the bathroom or leave you doubled… Continue reading How to enjoy a Low FODMAP Christmas
We have all heard the saying you are what you eat. I quite like the simplicity of this term. It is true to an extent, when a whole-food diet is favoured over one that is highly processed and devoid of plant foods. However this Christmas I urge you to think not only about what you are eating, but… Continue reading You Are How You Eat
Happy Sunday readers. It's beginning to feel a lot like Christmas now, only three more sleeps until the big day is upon us. Rather than posting some food today, I thought I would offer some helpful tips to ensure that Christmas day keeps you feeling fabulous, not flat. I have also included some salads that… Continue reading How to have a healthy Christmas
Although it is school holidays, I just couldn't resist sharing these festive lunchbox ideas with you. Such a simple idea but meal time is looking so much more inviting, and suggestive of Christmas. Thanks for stopping by!
In keeping with the Christmas wreath I recently made, today I present an olive and bocconcini wreath, delightfully presented on rosemary sprigs. For different flavours you could use a selection of kalamata, black and green olives. Stuffed olives would make a nice alternative also. And cherry tomatoes have been added here too, or stuffed bell… Continue reading Olive Wreath
Hi healthy followers. I've had some really positive feedback from my Christmas food ideas, so thank you. It's always encouraging that people enjoy or might actually attempt to cook/bake/prepare the suggestions. Today I have a cheesy Christmas tree to share with you. You could use whichever cheese you like. Lower fat cheeses are fresh cheeses… Continue reading Cheese Christmas Tree