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  1. I’ve been eating honey more often now. Especially in skyr yoghurt and on pancakes! I also eat blueberries every day in my fruit box. I get so bloated with different foods but I’ve cut out dairy and I know one of them is that but there seems to be more but I can’t quite figure out what other foods are causing me to be bloated?!

    Isobel x

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    • Have you tried going gluten free? I feel like I’ve been less bloated since cutting out gluten. I really want to try the skyr yoghurt, it looks good! X

  2. This is really helpful and many of these I didn’t know! I’ve had to cut gluten and egg from my diet but I’m wondering if any of these might help me too x

  3. This is a great and informative post! I’ve never heard of Manuka honey but I’ll have to see if I can find them at my store! My family knows of the health benefits of turmeric so they’ve been sprinkling it on whatever food is being cooked, whether it’s soup or some meat dish! I had wondered why our food was turning yellow but that’s the reason πŸ˜‚ thank you for sharing this helpful post Megan! πŸ–€

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    • Aw thank you for the lovely comment! The downside of turmeric is the yellow stains everywhere! Definitely try manuka honey, it’s a miracle food! X

  4. I used to have Tumeric quite a bit in my food but I completely went off it (and spices all together tbh) and I’m like ahhh to start using it again!! (How pathetic haha!) Maybe I shall give it a shot tomorrow…!!

  5. This is a really interesting post, especially as I have psoriatic arthritis. It’s always important to know which foods I can incorporate into my diet to help my condition, so thank you so much for sharing xxx

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