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Welcome to the new site! There is still much to do, so please excuse any broken links, recipe posts without feature images and articles that need a serious design update!
In the meantime, have an explore. New content will be added as we go (deeper dive into the ingredients in pantry section, recipes and self-care resources in particular).
~ Chloe ~
New to The Endo Diet? Try These 3 Easy Starter Recipes! "Where do I start?" hese are three of my favourite recipes that are, by and large, "one-pot" style. So with a smoothie, you just chuck everything in a blender. Easy. Done. I love this particular smoothie, it's...read more
How To Get 100g Protein on The Endo Diet in a Day "I'm really having trouble eating enough protein on the endo diet. Especially breakfast since I'm not eating eggs. Any suggestions? I'm trying to reach at least 75 grams of protein a day." his was a question posted...read more
Looking for a more natural pain relief? Here’s how I replaced painkillers with an all-natural remedy that not only worked to uncurl me from the grips of endometriosis pain but also promotes deep relaxation.read more
Protein is important for all of us, though, for those of us with endometriosis, protein is of particular interest when it comes to supporting the liver in removing excess hormones (oestrogen, we’re looking at you). “Green” protein can be a bit of a concept to wrap your head around if you’re not used to it, so I created this 10g list as an easy reference for meeting your daily requirement.read more
We can all fall into a rut, using the same ingredients and making the same meals. An easy way to shake up mealtimes is with a different dressing. It’s been very warm here so I felt like something fresh and tangy, queue the orange tahini sauce. While there are a few different elements involved in this recipe, it’s very straightforward to make. The sauce just requires the ingredients to be chucked in a blender, the sweet potatoes keep their skin on, the toasted seeds are made in minutes with no mess and the cashew kievs are optional…read more
This is a super simple salad recipe that lets the natural flavours of the vegetables speak for themselves! While this type of food is associated with Mexican tacos, I ate this salad when trekking in the Sahara. God knows how the vegetables stayed fresh, though our Berber guide managed to rustle this up for us on a number of occasions and I’ll always remember the freshness of the flavours and hit of hydration against the sand dunes and cracked earth.read more
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