The foods I can’t live without

To finish off Coeliac Awareness Week, I thought it would be a great idea to let you know what foods I can’t live without.

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6 things I’ve learned about eating out since being gluten free

Being gluten free can be a struggle when it comes not only to your home life, but to your social life as well. It doesn’t have to be! When you first start out on your gluten free venture you quickly learn the way of things. Reading blog articles and following gluten free people online is a helpful way of learning how to avoid the pitfalls that can come with your food intolerance.

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IBS and a Broken Ankle: A Review

As previous articles of mine will informed you, I have Irritable Bowel Syndrome. I have been suffering from it for the past four years, and so far, I think I’ve been dealing with it quite well. You may also be aware that currently, I have a broken ankle (and actually have nothing better to do than write). I’ve found writing for my blog has helped alleviate the boredom that comes with sitting in the house all day waiting for my bones to knit together. Finding topics to write about hasn’t been too difficult, and last night, my IBS decided to give me yet one more thing to write about, so strap in a get ready!

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IBS Awareness month: My story

For IBS Awareness Month, I thought it would be a good idea to talk a bit more about my own personal experience. As stated in a previous post, IBS is something that affects 2 in every 10 people in the UK. Some people don’t even realise they have IBS, so when symptoms like stomach cramps, […]

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