Feeling lost from auto-immune diseases I know this sounds utterly drama-tastic but I literally feel like Im having an identity crisis. Over the last few years I had built myself up to be the strongest, most positive person there was. I was exercising every day, eating a whole food diet, and happy as a clam. … Continue reading Identity Crisis – redefining who I am after endo and UC
Recently I joined a ton of endo support groups on facebook. Within a few short weeks I noticed the same question being asked by new members: "what should I cut out of my diet?" The truth is, each person is unique and you need to do what is right for you. I dont like using … Continue reading How to get your endo diet groove on
Ever feel like adding a little spin on a pasta dish? I did. And I found this recipe and loved it. I claim it as my own now simply because - as always - I made some modifications. Dang I wish I had a pic to show you so instead I will borrow some. Click … Continue reading Rolled Eggplant with gluten-free Capellini (Endo/UC)
I got on a cabbage kick when I first cut wheat out of my diet. I wanted to make sure that I wasnt replacing wheat with crap, so I looked for very healthy, very pure recipes. Like most soups you make at home, it will last for a long time (the amount, not the shelf … Continue reading Cabbage Soup (Endo/UC)
I realize having a blog about my endo diet is kind of like reinventing the wheel. But I pride myself on following a natural diet as much as a can. If you have tried it, you know its a hard thing. And if you havent that speaks for itself. There are simple and delicious foods … Continue reading One Part Plant – Jessica Murnane
So I post this with caution. For those of you who are looking for wheat-free alternative pastas, this is certainly an endo-friendly pasta option and luckily does not contain corn. As I described before corn hurts my stomach terribly so I have to been mindful when I try gluten-free pastas. BUT I caution you that … Continue reading Edamame and Mung Bean Fettuccine with Pesto Sauce (Endo)
Hello there! thank you for stumbling upon my blog. As you will soon realize this is kind of a 'dear diary' of all things pertaining to endo - less so about the woes and more about the positive things. I may throw you a few questions about symptoms here and there, but for the most part I am trying to see (and share) what works for me in every aspect.