Dealing with food intolerances at the best of times can be a pain in the butt right? In the comfort of our own kitchen with a fridge and pantry targeted at preparing intolerance friendly food it can be pretty easy to manage. After the initial changes and adjustment for intolerances we settle into new eating habits, discovering exciting alternatives and ...read more
At the JCN Clinic we are, and always have been about digestive health. We love it, respect its importance and completely understand that it represents the core of our wellbeing. Like we have said before, ‘When our gut is healthy, we are healthy.’
Carissa and I have an intricate understanding of the gastro-intestinal system and how ...read more
With Easter just around the corner (seriously didn’t my family just leave after Christmas a few weeks ago?) I thought it was an apt time to look at a breakdown of the best, and shall we say not so best, dairy free chocolates on the mainstream market. I haven’t gone into health food stores or online shopping for this as I wanted to keep it in the easy access pile for ...read more
This blog post was inspired by one of my besties. Often the ones who have the biggest hearts and give the most are the ones who forget to give to themselves.
You’re being selfish. It sounds so negative doesn’t it. The word selfish conjures up thoughts of over indulgent behaviour and self entitlement that reflects poorly on who we ...read more
After a lot of interest in 'the best diary free milks to put in your trolley' post a few months back, I thought it was only natural to move over to another common staple, bread. Bread often provides a challenge for those of us making choices based on not only food intolerances, but also ...read more