Further Food: Eat Better, Go Further

Hi everyone! I’m sorry for the long break between posts but I’ll explain why in my next entry, which will be out tomorrow. Long story short, we’ve had an exciting couple of months.

I just wanted to take some time to share with you that I’ve been collaborating with Further Food, a website that encourages good health through nutritious (and delicious!) recipes. They started up last year and have grown from a handful of initial contributors (of which I was lucky enough to be one) to a community of like-minded people who aim to manage their health (and any conditions) through food.

Food bloggers like myself submit recipes and the team at Further Food tests them out and has one of their nutritionists or registered dietitians provide comments on the nutritional breakdown. A few of my recipes have been featured and I’m even working on another couple of related articles with the staff. I encourage you to head over, check out my profile and the recipes I’ve shared there…

My pumpkin pie recipe is delicious and apparently quite healthy, too! Who’d have thought?… Just kidding, I intended it to be a not-so-junky dessert.

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This cast iron cornbread recipe is a favourite of mine, it goes well with any warm and nourishing soup or stew, or even just spread with your favourite low FODMAP jam.

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This balsamic and rosemary chicken risotto is both nourishing and easily digestible, for those days when your stomach isn’t quite up to a full meal.

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These strawberry and coconut chia seed puddings pack a nutritional punch and double (actually, triple!) up as a tasty breakfast, snack or dessert. I mean, really, they’re dessert for breakfast without the guilt. You can’t beat that.

Recipes

To stay up to date on my contributions and more health-supportive recipes, like them on Facebook and sign up for their newsletter!

Cheers, guys! I’ll be back tomorrow with another healthy breakfast recipe. See you then!

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One thought on “Further Food: Eat Better, Go Further

  1. Hi Darling. Enjoyed your last NFAPM article. I’ve got to stop reading them when I’m hungry though! It kills!

    ❤️ Dad

    Sent from Rod’s iPad ….

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