TOP 3 FOOD INTOLERANCE DIARIES…

With more and more people suffering from food intolerances and allergies from foods with so many labels on that are hard to define. The best way to find out what your allergy or intolerance could be is to write a diary.

You can use them to record everything from what you have eaten, drank and any medications you have taken. Most are for three months which is long enough for the symptoms to become familiar.

My top three which are all available on Amazon are –

Food Diary : Daily Diary to Track Diet and Symptoms to Beat Food Intolerances and Digestive Disorders by Quick Start Guides

Food Allergy Journal and Symptom Tracker, Discover Monitor and Record Allergies, possible triggers and Daily Medications by Graceland Journals

Food Diary and Symptom Log by Teal Bubble Books

2 OF THE BEST WAYS TO COOK DELICIOUS VEGAN BAKED GOODS…

The key to cooking the best vegan baked dishes is your dairy and egg swap-ins.

1. Learn as much as you can about egg replacements with foods like ground flax seeds mixed with water to mashed-up bananas.

2. Think about your fats and try using coconut oil, or olive oil, and of course non dairy milks.

DAIRY FREE HALLOWEEN TRICK OR TREATS…

You don’t need to miss out on all the fun of Halloween trick or treats as there are lots of dairy free Halloween Trick or Treats in your local supermarkets, or Amazon.

Moo Free Dairy Free Halloween Trick Or Treat Pouch By Moreton Gifts from Amazon.


Halloween Trick or Treat

Asda have Free From Milk Choc Creepy Coins (£1):

Gluten, wheat, milk and egg free choc flavour coins

Free From Trick or Treat Goody Bag (£2.50):A spooky collection of milk choc, white choc and choc orange button mini bags. Gluten, wheat, milk and egg-freeFree From Milk Choc Pumpkin lolly (£1):Gluten and milk-free rice-based alternative to milk chocolate lollipop. o

Asda’s range of trick or treat dairy free treats



Not only are they Free From, they’re also Vegan Society approved and made using sustainably-sourced cocoa powder.