contradictionsyup asked: Anytime you have some recipes that don't involve latex allergy foods, you should post them! (no bananas, avocados, pineapple, melon, kiwi, spinach, or broccoli for me). It seriously hinders eating healthy and I have to modify or skip over recipes that I want to try. =(
Wow no bananas or avocados that would be tough! For some good snacks humus and cucumber are my favorite at the moment! And smoked salmon! I’ll try to find some good fruit smoothies that can work for you also! I know there are a lot of more juice types that use apples as a base, I generally avoid them as I can’t eat apples though so have a look into that would also be a suggestion for you for some snacks! But I’d be happy to stay in correspondence to see what you can find :)
Anonymous asked: your recipes are wonderful!! i don't know how i would get through the week without them xoxo
Oh that’s so sweet!
Glad my silly creations in the kitchen help someone :)
Anonymous asked: None of your recipes are fodmap friendly! Haha I really wanted to make some but scrolling your blog I can't eat any. They all have stuff like mushrooms/avocado/soy milk :( All of which cannot be eaten damn :(
I know! Lots arnt now days, when I created the blog I was following it strictly, but since then I’ve also been on low chemical and other things so I’ve branched off from low chemical. But if you scroll back awhile you’ll find some! I’ve tagged all the fodmap ones!
I really should change my name though!
Now it’s hearing up here!
I know this is not the case back home though! Keeping it simple and light on such a warm sunny day here in Vienna where I’m currently living!
Nice big salad with iceberg lettuce, cooked mushrooms and sunflower seeds, diced tomato, lactose free cheese (best!) and avocado!
And of course me favorite dressing!
Balsamico, linseed oil, lemon juice, salt and pepper!
Great light dinner on a summers night! The Aussies out there may have to hold onto this one for a few more months ;)
Fried egg on top of quinoa and vegetable mix plate of goodness!
The mix is cooked quinoa with zucchini, mushrooms, corn, kidney beans in a tomatoie sauce with aspicey Mexican flavor!
I used my all favorite cumin, a capsicum spice (in Austria it’s called something else) pepper… A few other spices what ever I found in my cupboard!
Enjoying a good meal in my new flat in Vienna!
Anonymous asked: I was wondering if you could post recipes that helps boosts the inmmune system or something to replace probiotics supplements. Also what type of excersises do you recomend for someone with asthma or chronic fatigue? :$
My smoothies are great for the immune system! They contain orange, spinach, blueberries and strawberries which are all great for your immune system!
Ill try to creat some more for you soon! but with smoothies as you can add anything to them really! id add more fresh orange for more of a kick for you vitamin C and immune system! But over all eating a well balanced diet with lots of fruit and veg is good for your immune system and (in theory) stops you getting sick as often as when you eat processed foods with no nutritional value.
I really dont know about asthma im afraid, but for chronic fatigue, what works best for me is interval training, and muscle work outs. Long tedious cardio work outs are no good, try finding a good interval workout, like on the eliptical machine i have one that is sets which makes the time go past faster. All and all the hardest part with chronic fatigue is getting started, once you start you do feel better!
Hope that helped :)