food intolerance

After many years of dealing with food intolerance, fungus overgrowth, candida, SIBO and various other ailments I have strongly concluded that SELF-DENIAL is the strongest remedy I can give my body.

Over and over again like a turning wheel that has no end, but just goes round and round, so goes the story of my food symptom issues.

I have been studying natural medicine for the past 10 years and I have learned a lot and grown much in the area pertaining to holistic healing.

I have much to say on the issue and I will, but for today I will say this, “My best and strongest lesson is that Self-Denial=Healing.”

In a society where indulgence, gluttony and sensuality rule and reign this may seem an impossibility after all people want what they want and they want it now!  Try to tell someone they can’t have a Big Mac or there favorite soda anymore and you may witness some bear like qualities come out in that individual or maybe let’s get closer to home and tell someone they can no longer have cheese, or milk with their cereal, or worst yet… NO MORE SOURDOUGH bread!  Stand back and you may watch some tears fall.

Well I have never been a soda drinker and I have never been a Big Mac eater, but I have had my heart strings attached to more than my share of different foods.

This will begin a series called Self-Denial=Healing. I hope you will join in and grow with me in this area.  Don’t forget to subscribe to our blog to stay up to date.

-Momma Foodie




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  1. Joneen October 7, 2013 at 12:47 pm - Reply


  2. foodiefam October 7, 2013 at 12:59 pm - Reply

    Thanks for agreeing. I look forward to sharing my heart on the subject. Thank you for your interest 🙂

  3. windy October 14, 2013 at 11:29 am - Reply

    I am just leaning about mysef and the foods I can no long have. I am enjoying your blog..

  4. Leila Bolster November 12, 2013 at 9:10 am - Reply

    I have also realized that eating certain things are not worth the reaction. I only fall when I am very hungry, so feeding the hunger before it gets ravenous is very important. I have found that hemp seed is a very good substitute for parmesan cheese on spaghetti. I have found that avocado does satisfy the cheese craving on a sandwich. I have a wonderful coconut yoghurt that is satisfying on many desserts instead of whipped cream.

    Here is a very satisfying pancake idea that my husband loves. I take leftover potatoes a small chopped onion or leek and a couple of eggs and whip them up in my food processor. Then I ladle them onto my hot griddle. I use coconut oil to fry them as it does not aggravate the gall bladder, and when the edges get crispy I flip them over. I serve them with fresh fruit and coconut yoghurt sprinkled with grown golden flax seed. What a yummy breakfast. I do not feel deprived at all when I eat this.

  5. foodiefam November 15, 2013 at 8:56 pm - Reply

    Leila and Windy thanks for the comments. Leila we drink Hemp milk, but I have not eaten hemp seed. I will have to try that out.

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