How many reports, articles etc. have you read, naming nutrition as a crucial way to manage fibromyalgia symptoms? Some even go further to say, nutrient deficient foods could be one of the combining factors that cause of fibromyalgia.Continue reading “Why is Nutrition Overlooked By Health Professionals?”
Without even realising, we could be eating our way into fibro fog.Read more
For once, I actually cooked something that ALL yes ALL my children loved. These burgers are so versatile and super healthy and ‘the icing on the cake’, or should I say ‘the sauce on the burger’, is they are very economical and simple to make, you can even make more and freeze them. Instead of reaching for anything when you are hungry and tired, or during the busier week, you know you have something healthy to quickly cook up.Continue reading “Chickpea, Red Pepper & Coriander Burgers”
Vegetable and Red Lentil Soup
This is such a versatile soup, you can use practically any veg you like, or have left over, to create a very yummy meal, for half the cost you would buy it for.
The recipe below, will serve 3.
I was first introduced to the many benefits of lemons for fibromyalgia by my Mindfulness Coach a couple of years ago…I had no idea what was to come.
Did you ever wander around the kitchen with a blank mind when it comes to dinner time?
I underestimated the truth behind this saying until my health was rocked by fibromyalgia. It was time to take a long, totally honest, look at what I was eating each day…it was shocking!
Having said goodbye to dairy products after finding that they had a huge impact on my symptoms, especially my stomach, I was concerned about how exactly I would manage my calcium intake. I didn’t want to rely simply on supplements so I went in search for the top calcium rich veggies (I am also vegetarian).
So here they are Ta-Dah…