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Coconut Milk and Lemon Juice – The Perfect Hair Conditioning Treatment

If you are looking for a “1 treatment fit all solution” then Coconut Milk and Lemon Juice Hair Conditioning Treatment could be the answer. You might be looking for such a treatment for several reasons. It could be that you: … Continue reading

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Quinoa and Buckwheat Porridge

Welcome to my first candida friendly recipe suitable for vegetarians and vegans. Porridge was one of my favourite breakfast meals when I was growing up. Hot steaming oats with butter and brown sugar. Oh those were the days. Well not … Continue reading

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Are Sugar Cravings Simply a Matter of Willpower?

Tried everything to stop that annoying chocolate or sugar fix that hits you fair in the face on a daily basis. Tried resisting the urge, distracting yourself with work, TV, reading. If will power can be used to break bad … Continue reading

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Raspberry Ripple by Sarah Wilson

Sarah Wilson a.k.a the I Quit Sugar author is busily working on a new cook book I Quit Sugar Chocolate. Sounds almost too good to be true, but after sampling one of her recipes from the I Quit Sugar book … Continue reading

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Why You Should Avoid Gluten if You Have a Candida Overgrowth

Ever wondered why some people seem to have no sensitivity to gluten, while others do? The answer could be in the following article. For those of us who feel better when gluten is not a part of our diet, chances … Continue reading

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Raspberry Ripple by Sarah Wilson

Sarah Wilson a.k.a the I Quit Sugar author is busily working on a new cook book I Quit Sugar Chocolate. Sounds almost too good to be true, but after sampling one of her recipes from the I Quit Sugar book … Continue reading

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Berry Bliss – Chocolate and Berry Heaven

If you love berries and you love chocolate then I think you’re going to love this recipe. Fashioned after Sarah Wilson’s Raspberry Ripple, this recipe is probably a little too easy to make. Why? Because it means that chocolate and … Continue reading

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