Watermelon, Mint and Feta Salad

Watermelon, Mint and Feta Salad

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Try this super refreshing watermelon, mint and feta salad during the heat wave. This is a light and easy salad to put together that contains only a few key ingredients.

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Indian Style Stir Fried Cabbage with Potato

Indian Style Stir Fried Cabbage with Potato

Indian Style Stir Fried Cabbage with Potato – One of my favourite meals is this mildly spiced indian cabbage and potato dish. It is perfect served with roti be it the traditional type or the gluten free variety. (Recipe for that coming soon).

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Lentil, Turmeric Spaghetti and Coconut, Lemongrass Prawns

Lentil Turmeric Spaghetti and Coconut Lemongrass Prawns

Lentil Turmeric Spaghetti and Coconut Lemongrass Prawns – Gluten Free Spaghetti with a delicious Coconut and Lemongrass sauce and juicy prawns.

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Cauliflower Pizza with Chickpeas and Burrata

Cauliflower Pizza with Chickpeas and Burrata

Cauliflower Pizza with Chickpeas and Burrata – Roasted chickpeas and Burrata on a Cauliflower Pizza base makes for a delicious lunch.

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Trying a2 Milk™ for Tummy Trouble

Trying a2 Milk™ for Tummy Trouble

Hey guys! I hope you are all well. Today we don’t have a recipe but I wanted to talk a little bit about trying a2 Milk™for Tummy Trouble with my son. 

This post is sponsored by a2 Milk™. However all views are my own.

Since a very young age my son has had tummy troubles and when he was about 2 years old we went to see a specialist who couldn’t find anything wrong with him. However the problems continued. He didn’t have tummy trouble every day but he would have stomach aches and constipation every 2-3 days.

Drinking regular cows’ milk left my son with unwanted irritations and so having heard of a2 Milk™ via rave reviews on the Netmums website, I decided to give it a try. We saw the difference immediately and now both my children prefer a2 Milk™ to regular cows milk.

Below are some of the common symptoms that people experience when they drink regular milk:

Constipation

Bloating

IBS Symptoms

What is a2 Milk™ and why make the switch?

a2 Milk™ is pure cows’ milk but unlike regular milk, it naturally contains only the easy to digest A2 protein and 100% free from the A1 protein that many people struggle to digest. The team at a2 Milk™ work with the farmers to hand select cows that naturally produce only the A2 protein and no A1.

Some people who have difficulty digesting ordinary cows’ milk may find the A2 protein easier to digest which means it may be less likely to cause abdominal pain and discomfort in some people who have difficulty digesting regular cows’ milk.

‘Up to 12 million people in the UK say they have issues digesting milk. New research suggests that in some cases symptoms may be caused by an inflammatory response to the A1 protein found in regular cows’ milk.’

a2 Milk™ has worked so well for us and we no longer have to see my son going through painful #TummyTroubles and cramps every other day. If you too are experiencing similar with your children, why not give it a try? For more info check out the a2 Milk™ website here.