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

4 Simple Steps to Mental Clarity

4 Steps to Mental ClaritySo a few days ago I spoke about coming off my anti-depressants. I am loving that my dependancy on something so small, a teeny white tablet, is becoming less and less. 

My reason’s for wanting to try a more natural alternative were the side effects: 

  • Hunger, all-the-damn-time! 
  • Inability to shed kilo’s. 
  • Dry mouth! Imagine your dry mouth hangover but every day.
  • Decreased sex drive. Really not confidence boosting when you are about as much fun as a potato sack. 

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Get SMART About Goal Setting

How To Set GoalsGoal setting can often be an arduous and intimidating process if you have no clue what you are doing. Other times it can reflect a false sense of accomplishment; I’m talking to those people who set the bar so low that goals are guaranteed to be smashed. Often though, if you are like me a *perfectionist* goal setting can also set you up for failure, striving for unattainable goals like going to the gym 7 days per week or unrealistic goals for your circumstances.

I am writing this blog not only to support people out there in search of a healthier lifestyle, but myself. This all came about as I reached for the peanut butter jar and cookies this afternoon to then only feel disappointed that I caved. It came to my attention that I needed to set solid foundations on how I make choices that will effect my wellbeing.  Continue reading