I have described on the blog before that it is difficult to describe the differences that we see in Lachlan’s behaviour. Most of the time, it comes across as though I am describing behaviours that most children his age would display… normal behaviours. This is frustrating because, although we are positive that we have seen … More #keeping it real – deciphering between typical ‘kid behaviour’ and… something else
*** CONFESSION *** I have removed the Facebook app from my phone! No, I’m not leaving the world of Facebook. I will still share articles, recipes and my journey with my followers and personal posts too (from the computer). BUT…. I need to put a stop to the mindless scrolling on my phone, all day … More #keepingitreal Removing the Facebook app from my phone
So, if Lachlan has to avoid gluten (including oats), dairy, yeast, cane sugar, preservatives, crustaceans, pork, peanuts, melon, mushrooms and red foods (he can have green apples but not red)… what do we eat? A friend recently suggested that I should give you all an insight into what a typical meal plan looks like to … More Snapshot of what we currently eat
I mentioned recently on the blog, that Lachlan was diagnosed with leaky gut and sluggish liver. “Essentially, his gut lining is damaged and it is letting partially digested foods and other foreign ‘things’ into the bloodstream, where they do not belong….. With all the extras finding their way into his body, his liver is overworked, … More What is Leaky Gut and why does Lachlan have it?
Months ago, someone suggested to me that I should start a blog. I laughed. I don’t know enough to start a blog! Sure, I had been researching all things food to understand how it effects our bodies. Sure, I had shared some of those things with those around me if they were interested. But I didn’t … More Why I started a Blog