Not-so-Naughty Low-FODMAP Bliss Balls

Low-FODMAP Bliss Balls

From one FODMAP-Foodie to the next, when you find a safe (and delicious) protein ball recipe, ultimately you want to share it with the world!  So a few months back as I was trawling Pinterest for some weekly food-prep goodies I stumbled upon Laiken’s blog everydaysimplehealth and her wonderful FODAMAP-friendly & fructose free bliss balls.

Her balls *chuckle* are filled with good fats, proteins, carbs and are free from dates! Hallelujah!

I truly adore protein bliss balls. Reason being is I am a self-entitled lover of dessert, I believe sweets should come after most meals and I do not feel satisfied this desire. However in reality, dessert after each meal is not ideal for any of the following: Continue reading

Low FODMAP Chocolate Hot Cross Buns

Low FODAMP Hot Cross BunsEaster has arrived. And with it, it brings a tonne of unwanted chocolate, calories and for us low-FODMAPers’ a lot of stomach distress. 

So this year, I have taken the traditional recipe and turned it on it’s head with a few simple swaps. And boy-oh-boy have I created a delicious Easter recipe! I can hear your sensitive little bellies singing already! Below I will outline to you exactly how I have made this little treat a lot safer for us malaborbers! Continue reading

How A Healthy Workplace Is A Productive Workplace

Stand Up Desk: Work HealthierI recently wrote this article for my company Cannings Purple on Corporate Wellness with the arrival of our new standing Vari Desks. It was an initiative that I put forward to my Director. This decision was made after noticing how my body changed sitting all day at my desk compared to my retail job where I would walk and move constantly.

The biggest things I noticed about my body were:

  • Increased cellulite on my upper thighs
  • Shortened hamstring muscles
  • Increased wrist pain and reduced strength (not good for burpees, mountain climbers or push ups which really does not resonate well with me as these are some of my faves!)
  • Inability to shed unwanted kilos
  • Lack of concentration and the list goes on…

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