I am one of the 3-6% of people living with fibromyalgia. Fibromyalgia is incredibly difficult to diagnose. The average time from presenting to a doctor to being diagnosed with fibromyalgia is 2 to 3 years, sometimes more. Most people with fibromyalgia present to more than three doctors before getting a diagnosis. I am grateful a [...]
September / October 2020 I’ve been crazy busy balancing work, study and fibromyalgia so this has been written over September and October. Eating + cooking I’m still following the autoimmune protocol but a lot of my meals haven’t been pretty lately! When I’m low on time, my meals consist of grilled meat and vegetables with [...]
Magnesium is involved in many processes in the body and as a consequence, magnesium deficiency has a wide variety of signs and symptoms.
Monday 27 August, 2018 is a date I won’t forget. It’s a date I can’t forget. It’s the date I was given the gift of a diagnosis. For almost two and a half years I had been presenting to my GP with aches and pains, complaining of not recovering from exercise the way I knew [...]
August 2020 Eating + cooking // I’ve been finding myself leaning towards warm foods lately as I try to keep my body warm (one of my fibromyalgia symptoms is feeling like my bones are cold and won’t warm up). I’ve been making a big pot of these stewed apples on a Sunday afternoon and then [...]
A recipe round up of AIP recipes. Read more...
Fibromyalgia is a complex autoimmune disease, affecting 1% to 5% of the population, characterised by chronic widespread pain persisting for more than three months without an obvious cause. Read more...