Having difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep can be very frustrating and becomes draining over time. Here are some safe, easy and tried and true strategies for getting you the deep, restful slumber that your body so desires: Avoid stimulating activities at night time – this includes working (!), playing on your phone, watching TV […]Like this post? Please share the love!
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Many people experience symptoms of low thyroid function despite their blood tests showing that everything is normal. Generally, thyroid screening tests such as TSH will only pick up the more serious cases of thyroid disease, but even mild dysfunction and sub-clinical hypothyroidism can cause debilitating symptoms such as fatigue, low mood and stubborn weight problems. […]Like this post? Please share the love!
7 Swaps to go Gluten Free…. Have you been asked to trial a gluten free diet, or recently been diagnosed as gluten intolerant? Sometimes making changes to your daily food choices can become overwhelming. Unfortunately, a common thing that happens when a new diet comes into “fashion” is that the market responds with a myriad […]Like this post? Please share the love!
There’s nothing like warm apple pie on a cold winters evening! Here is a healthier gluten free take on a classic that is just as good if not better than the original. PASTRY (have all ingredients at room temperature) 2 ¼ cups gluten free flour eg. Bob’s Red Mill Gluten Free All Purpose Baking flour ¼ […]Like this post? Please share the love!
Are you at the type of person that is at the café for a piece of cake every afternoon at 3pm? Or perhaps you can’t finish a meal without having a sugary treat. Some of us think about sugar all day long! And no doubt the media has taught you that sugar is the crack cocaine of […]Like this post? Please share the love!
What’s so great about MATCHA? Matcha is a fine bright green powdered form of specially grown and processed green tea, Camellia sinensis. Historically this tea was used by Japanese Zen monks in the 8th century, as a ceremonial drink for its calming and clarity inducing properties. The really great thing about green tea, and particularly […]Like this post? Please share the love!