Life After Cancer: 1 Year On …

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I have been feeling really low this past few weeks as it my one year “cancer-versarry”. It has brought back all the old feelings of worry and fear that I was experiencing this time last year. It hasn’t helped that I had my annual check up with my Liver Specialist and was basically told that I am still a medical anomoly and as such they couldn’t really tell me what the future holds!

Giveaway: Win an Amazon Fire Kindle HD and Fire Kids Edition

How would you like to be in with a chance to win an amazing Amazon Fire Kindle HD AND an Amazon Fire Kids edition meaning you will not be interupted by your little ones when you are checking your email’s or reading your favourite book??

Well I have teamed up with a bunch of amazing bloggers to offer you the chance to win this fab prize which is worth around £200.

Celebrating Coeliac Awareness Week With Tesco Free From

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Eliminating gluten from my diet is something that I have had to do for a number of years now. I remember when I was first diagnosed as gluten intolerant I had no idea of what foods to avoid and where to shop. I soon discovered that all of the big supermarkets had their own “free from”

Can Nutritional Therapy Help With Conquering IBS?

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Trying to navigate the mindfield that is the low fodmap diet has been really hard. I am still in the elimination phase and just when I think I have worked out what is triggering my IBS … Bam! I get another attack.

When Jenna from www.abalancedbelly.co.uk offered the chance for a few of her readers to have a free nutritional consultation in exchange for an honest review I jumped at the chance in the hope I could finally combat my belly issues.