Image courtesy of Rob@ http://www.healthspan.co.uk/ I’ve already mentioned how much I love turmeric and have included lots of turmeric recipes on the blog already. Today is the perfect anti-inflammatory recipe: a warming blend that can be served cold or warm.  It provides anti-inflammatory benefits, iron and magnesium.The cashews make it high in fat but an extremely nutrient-dense drink.  A note about Ingredients You can use store-bought cashew milk or make your own (note, if you do this avoid ones with carageenan added as this can irritate the gut. I’d recommend Plenish or Rude Health)  If buying them then stock up in bulk. I have mentioned bulk buying nuts in my Poundland haul post and That Protein also do bulk cashews (you can get 20% off with my code here) I then use my trusty… View Post

  Today’s blog is another recipe. As the weather is getting warmer, I wanted to share 2 ice-lolly recipes with you that as well as being gluten and dairy free are also a great way of sneaking extra fruit and veg into your diet. As I’m suffering with low-iron at the moment, I wanted to create a recipe that had lots of hidden iron sources but was also really refreshing!  The second is a frozen adaptation of my anti-inflammation smoothie, which I know lots of you liked!   Recipe 1: Iron Boosting Lolly   Superfood Veggie Ice Lollies Recipe Type: Dessert Author: Jenna Prep time: 5 mins Cook time: 6 hours Total time: 6 hours 5 mins Serves: 2 lollies A healthy ice lolly recipe which is gluten and dairy free.… View Post

    Today’s post was first published in April but I’m sharing it again as I get a lot of people ask me about juicing  for crohn’s disease (and UC, IBS and any other gut issue). It’s something that has made a HUGE difference to me, so I’d urge you to give it a go if you are struggling with any kind of auto-immune or inflammatory condition. Before we begin: just to let you know you can also download my FREE ebook on juicing for IBD here if you want more info. You can also read all my IBD posts here Nowadays, you can’t pick up a magazine or surf online without someone proclaiming that juicing saved their life. I’d always previously dismissed it as a bit of a fad (along with… View Post