Low FODMAP Diet – A basic guide

This is a basic guide to following a low FODMAP diet. It explains who needs to follow this form of elimination diet, why and how to do it. It also links to two other posts that discuss Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), small intestine bacterial overgrowth (SIBO), as well as the autoimmune protocol (AIP) diet as they are all subjects that are directly linked with a low FODMAP diet!


Autoimmune Protocol – The Basics

This article tells you everything you need to know about the autoimmune protocol diet or AIP for short. It explains how gut issues are linked to autoimmune diseases and gives a brief explanation of leaky gut, irritable bowel syndrome and how autoimmune disease affects the body. It also gives you a step by step of how to start the AIP diet as well as links to other useful blogs and websites.


SIBO – A Basic Guide

If you have been diagnosed with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) then you may want to have a read of this article, because it’s possible you may have been miss-diagnosed! Research has shown that as many as 50% of those given an IBS diagnosis actually have a condition known as Small Intestine Bacteria Overgrowth or SIBO for short. This article aims to give you all the information you need to know on SIBO from how to test for it, to how to treat it.

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Paleo Prawn Paella – Low Carb and Whole 30

This cauliflower rice style paella is so jam packed full of flavour you wont be disappointed that there isn’t any rice! It can be made with or without chorizo and with a range of seafood/ fish and or chicken. I have included the macros for your convenience.

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Dairy Free Cloud Bread and Hot Dog Rolls

Dairy free cloud bread and hot dog rolls! YES no dairy and they are paleo and low carb too. Not only are they perfect for your hot dogs but they can be used to make an awesome bacon sarnie too!

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Sweet and Sticky Salmon

This sweet and sticky salmon dish is really easy to make and can be served with either cauliflower rice or zoodles. It could also be made using most types of fish and even with most meat. Its paleo, ketogenic and can even be made whole30 compliant by using apple juice in place of the erythritol.