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Tips For An Allergy Safe Easter

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Zucchini and Fennel Slaw

Zucchini & Fennel Slaw One of the many gut friendly recipes from my LOVE YOUR GUT – 8 week gut healing program for busy people. This salad is delicious and quick to throw together.  Health Benefits of Fennel Fennel, with it’s unique licorice like flavour […]

Blackberry Sorbet

Blackberry Sorbet

This is a perfect healthy dessert for summer.  Replace the blackberries with any frozen berries. You can whip this up in no time. 

You will need…

2 cups frozen blackberries (or any berries)

2 tablespoons water or dairy free milk

2 tablespoons honey, optional

What to do…

Place frozen berries in a high-speed blender and let it defrost for 10 minutes. Next, add water or milk, and honey. Blend until smooth. Serve immediately. If the sorbet is too soft, place sorbet in a container and place in the freezer. Mix occasionally to prevent crystals from forming.

Like this recipe? This is just one of over 60 recipes in my Love Your Gut – 8 week gut healing program for busy people. 

LOVE YOUR GUT – 8 week gut healing program for busy people.

If you are wanting to kick off the new year by taking care of you – this program is perfect. Both  Vegetarian and Omnivore recipes guides are included, meal plans, shopping lists, plus so much more. 

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Raw Cacao Smoothie!

Raw Cacao Smoothie Smoothies don’t have to be green to be healthy! If they did, I would never get one into my health resistant teenager. Mothers have been hiding veggies in children’s food for decades. Smoothies, I believe are a step up from that. Within […]

My AHA moment

The AHA moment that helped save my sanity I have talked before about how my world was turned upside when my baby boy was diagnosed with severe life threatening food allergies.  to peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, rice, corn, oats, eggs, dairy, soy, fish, chicken, potatoes, peaches, peas, mangoes […]

The day my world was turned upside down

The Day My World Was Turned Upside Down!

My world was turned upside down 10 years ago! That was when I discovered my baby had life threatening food allergies.

I certainly didn’t see it coming. I suspected that food was related to my sons increasing eczema…. every time he ate, his skin flared up.

Unfortunately, my dermatologist didn’t take on board my opinion and I was told my baby would have eczema for life and all I could do was put steroids on him. When I suggested food may be the culprit, I was told I didn’t have a clue what I was talking about because I was ‘only a mum’!!!  Yes, he said that!! 

Hmmm, I may just be a mum, but I was his mum and his voice! I am forever grateful that I listened to my inner voice instead of the proclaimed ‘expert’. I was lucky enough to find some amazing medical professionals who did listen and value my mummy instinct.  🙂 

I think the best health care can be described as a partnership. Don’t you?


So, my instinct was right. My boy did have food allergies as I thought. I wasn’t quite prepared for just how many allergies he had though.

That shook my world!!!

He was only 12 months old when he was diagnosed with severe life threatening food allergies to peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, rice, corn, oats, eggs, dairy, soy, fish, chicken, potatoes, peaches, peas, mangoes and lupin!!!


Yikes, right? 

That was over 10 years ago!! Before there were so many gluten free and allergy friendly products in the supermarket, long before ‘gluten free’ became trendy for some, long before there were so many online support groups. I felt like I was battling this all on my own. 


It was a challenging time. Being geographically away from my mum made it more difficult. I was fortunate enough to have great support from my husbands family. However, I was extremely reluctant to allow my baby out of my sight. I’m sure I must have been unbearable at times, verging on paranoia. 


What I needed was my tribe.  A group of other mums and dads going through the same challenges. That would have made things a whole lot easier. If you know what I am talking about, perhaps you are looking for your tribe, where you can offload, find support and encouragement, I’d like to invite you to 

join our  Allergy, Eczema and Asthma Chat group. Join us Here.


By the way, my boy has had perfect skin for over a decade. The only serious allergy he has now is to nuts. It’s been a huge journey, to say the least. I’ve learnt so much which is why I am so passionate to help other families. So passionate, that I am now a certified health coach specialising in allergic conditions. 

While sharing tips and recipes can help in the short term, my approach is different to most allergy related websites, I help people address the underlying cause of illness which in turn, unlocks the keys to helping the body heal itself. We don’t have to put up with a life of suffering, healing from allergic conditions is possible. Just ask my son 🙂

Hey, I’m curious what started you on YOUR allergy journey?  Leave me a comment below



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Beef Stroganoff

Beef Stroganoff This is a classic family traditional recipe which I have made allergy friendly. The recipe for the cauliflower rice and Beef Stroganoff are in my Allergy Friendly Home Cooking eBook.  You will need… 2 Tablespoons Olive Oil 500g Rump steak, sliced into thin […]

Chocolate Freezer Fudge

I created this recipe one night after dinner when I was having one of those after dinner sugar craving. I love this recipe because there is no guilt and its sooooo good. This fudge is quick and easy to make, allergy friendly and delicious!!!  It will […]

Zucchini Slice

I’ve been working on adapting a zucchini slice for some time and I’ve finally nailed it!! This is delicious. So easy and quick to make and perfect for allergy friendly lunchboxes

Grain Free| Gluten Free | Dairy Free | Egg Free | Wheat Free | Soy Free

You will need…

4-5 zucchini’s
2 cloves garlic, chopped finely
1 cm piece ginger, grated
2 carrots
6 rashers bacon, sliced finely
2 Cups Besan flour
3/4 cup rice milk
1 teaspoon Savoury Yeast flakes
1/4 cup sunflower oil (or another light flavoured oil)
Herbamare, freshly ground pepper

What to do…

Grease and line a loaf tin. Preheat oven to 200C.
Coarsely shred or grate zucchini and carrot. Place into a mixing bowl. Add garlic, ginger, bacon yeast flakes and seasoning. Mix with a spoon (or hands) until combined.
In a separate bowl, combine flour, oil and rice milk. Stir until smooth. Pour into zucchini mixture and stir until combined.
Scrape mixture into prepared loaf tin. Cook in preheated oven for approximately 30-35 minutes.
Remove from oven and allow to cool. Remove from pan and slice into pieces. Alternatively place in fridge overnight and slice into pieces for lunchboxes