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Not Just For Shrove Tuesday Healthy Chickpea Flour Pancake Recipe – Gluten & Dairy Free

February 9, 2016

Whether you will be giving up a particular food up for Lent, or doing nothing at all, Shrove Tuesday (otherwise known as Pancake Day) is a day everyone in the UK now enjoys a good pancake. Traditionally, Shrove Tuesday would have been a way for people to throw all the left over rich ingredients (such as milk, eggs and sugar), that they had in their homes before the Lent period began for them. As these foods are not usually eaten during the Lent period. Nowadays we see people getting very creative with their pancake recipes and even more so with toppings. This is why I wanted to share with you a simple but healthier pancake recipe that you can use on Shrove Tuesday, or any…

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How Hyper-Hygienic Lifestyles Are Killing Our Health – My Book Review Of The Microbiome Solution by Dr. Robynne Chutkan

February 2, 2016

You will never successfully lose weight or experience truly great health on all levels, including mentally, if your gut health is not your priority. I believed this before reading Dr. Robynne Chutkan’s latest book, ‘The Microbiome Solution; A Radical Way To Heal Your Body From The Inside Out’, but now I have read it, I believe it even more so and I am passionate about getting this message out there to more people who need to hear it. The Microbiome Solution, the latest book by integrative gastroenterologist Dr. Chutkan, discusses ground breaking research on the microbiome (the collective name for the trillions of bacteria live within and on us), and explains in great interesting depth, how depleting the good bugs within us can not only…

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Is Your Diet Helping or Hindering Calcium Absorption?

January 24, 2016

I am not a nutritionist who generally prescribes calcium because I do believe you can obtain all you need from a healthy and varied diet, plus supplementing calcium has been linked to an increase in heart attacks (but this may have been because the supplements used were synthetic, more clarity is needed here). That being said, there are special circumstances that may require it (in a bio-available natural supplement form) but there are also certain things you could be doing that may be affecting the amount of calcium you actually end up absorbing from your healthy diet. Listed below, are some simple dietary habits that may need reducing, removing or even upping to help you go on to absorb more calcium from your diet. Vitamin D – Many…

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