Do you often feel symptoms such as bloating, gas, stomach pain, or even diarrhoea? You may blame it on the suspicious, expired chicken which you risked eating; knowing the likelihood of being ill may be quite high.
OR, you may put it down to that night snack you simply couldn’t resist, remembering that it patiently waits for you in the fridge…
Yes, it could be the reasons stated above, but if these symptoms turn out to be a consistent part of your daily life then you should investigate FODMAPs rather than blame expired foods or irresistible night snacks.
Whether you’re a vegetarian or vegan newbie or a lifelong devotee, we can assume your fridge is already filled with various soya products, which are probably one of the best alternatives to meat.
The main reason soya is worshipped by consumers is that it’s rich in certain nutrients. It’s packed with B vitamins, magnesium, protein and fibre. Furthermore, the protein in soybeans is considered to be a complete protein. Meaning, it contains the 9 essential amino acids that cannot be made naturally by your body.
Dealing with gluten intolerance is tough, but finding the cheapest, most nutritious, or at least flavorful gluten-free bread sometimes can seem like a mission impossible! Does that sound relatable enough?
Although you might want to blame manufacturers, the fact is that replicating the exact texture and taste of ordinary bread without adding gluten to it is a tough task to complete. That is why in most cases gluten-free bread ends up being hard and plain.
All pieces of bread are categorized keeping the focus on price, nutritional quality, taste, and newness.
Are you new to the vegan or vegetarian lifestyle? Or are you already an expert in following veganism or vegetarianism? In either case, we are pretty sure that the first question that popped up in your mind after going vegan or vegetarian was — ‘So, what’s my relationship with meat from now on? Are we splitting up or finding a way to keep a safe relationship?’
In this case, most ‘newbies’ switch to plant-based meat alternatives, that in the best cases has the texture and the taste of real meat. …
Having one food intolerance is hard enough, but having two…? It’s a burden! The protagonist of this story, Haris from the UK, is struggling with two food intolerance — gluten and dairy intolerance.#nbsp;
Since he has been diagnosed with these two food intolerance, Haris struggled to find the right dairy-free and gluten-free meals for him at grocery stores as well as eating out with friends.#nbsp;
Keeping your children focused and productive was hard enough in the classroom, but once homeschooling was introduced due to the new COVID-19 restrictions it became close to mission impossible, right?
BUT HERE IS THE BRIGHT SIDE — it can turn out to be not that difficult if you choose the right brain foods for your children.
With all the benefits that the vegan lifestyle provides, there is probably only one downside — it’s pretty difficult to get enough amount of protein with plant-based food. But it’s not impossible.
If you plan your diet well you can get enough protein even from plant-based foods — you just need to know what to choose and in which quantities to consume them daily.
Keeping this concern in mind, JollyGut has covered 5 plant-based products that are high in protein and can be included in your vegan diet.
Going vegan for the sake of your country’s well-being as well as political and economical achievements? That sounds both patriotic and empowering enough, right? The UK’s Cabinet minister Kwasi Kwarteng encourages to join the world rescuers team — ‘go vegan to help UK hit greenhouse gas targets’, he says.
Last week Kwasi Kwarteng raised this environmental question on the day US President Joe Biden encouraged him to take more significant actions dealing with greenhouse emissions in the UK in the virtual summit of world leaders. …
I know what you might be thinking… “Are these guys encouraging me to consume alcohol? Wine is good for my health? But everyone says alcohol is evil!”. Although most of us experienced dreadful consequences after a night out (or since most recently a night in) — headache, sickness, or tiredness — let us introduce you to a few pieces of evidence that actually reveal the positive aspects of alcohol, red wine in particular, ONLY (with no exceptions) when you consume it with strict moderation!
To be completely fair and objective, in this article JollyGut covered a few positive and negative…
Always on the go? Have a busy routine or a strict work schedule? Struggle coming up with another creative vegan meal idea? Especially keeping in mind that restaurants and cafes were closed due to COVID-19 for too long, forcing us to manage meals on our own… In such cases, vegan meal preparation can turn into a burden rather than an inspiring and admirable lifestyle to lead if you need to plan a meal in advance having little time. …
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