Goodness Direct - A food store catering for those on restricted diets i.e. wheat, dairy or gluten free and other special diet needs.  Click on the link  here to go to the Elimination Diet shelf where everything has been specially selected for those on the Diagnostic Eating Plan.  Healthy shopping made easy.

MCS Aware - A helpful website providing information and support to people suffering with chemical sensitivities.  

Biolab Medical Unit - A specialised laboratory that offers investigations for allergies, nutritional deficiencies, toxic elements and metals and many other common health problems.

Foods Matter - An entirely independent information website with articles and research reports on allergy, intolerances and sensitivity and related health problems.

Bad Bugs - An informative website of individual experiences of the two mostly commonly undiagnosed parasites Dientamoeba Fragilis and Blastocystis Homins.

Blastocystis Relief - A comprehensive guide about Blastocystis Hominis written by a former sufferer.

British Society of Ecological Medicine - The homepage of the British Society for Ecological Medicine (BSEM), a society of medically qualified doctors with expertise in diagnosing and treating allergies and many common medical problems, using methods not undermining a person's chemistry or immunity.

The Healthy House - A company supplying a wide range of safer appliances and equipment to help people with allergies, chemical sensitivities (MCS) and electro-hypersensitivity (EHS).

Action Against Allergy - A charity offering helpful information how best to deal with allergies and intolerances.

Society for Integrative Oncology - A society of doctors and health professionals, offering information and support to people with cancer.

American Academy of Environmental Medicine - The American Society of physicians specilising in allergies, nutrition and toxicology, sister organisation to the BSEM.

NHS Direct - the NHS main helpline, offering information about NHS and independent clinics which can deal with allergies and allied conditions







Here are some recipes I have come across which may give you some tips and hints on using unusual ingredients, the secret of avoiding food intolerances. I am not particularly recommending them but I thought you may find them of interest.

Using Quinoa

Alternative Lemon Cheesecake

Gluten-Free Pizza  (thanks to Holland & Barrett)

    •    1 egg white, beaten
    •    50g ground almonds
    •    40g buckwheat flour
    •    1/2 tsp sea salt
    •    1/2 tsp black pepper
    •    1/4 tsp bicarbonate of soda
    •    Coconut oil
    •    140g cauliflower

    •    1 medium mozzarella ball (or substitute)
    •    3 tomatoes
    •    fresh basil
    •    olive oil
    •    any other topping you wish to add

1.  Preheat oven to 170/190C fan/350F/Gas 4 then line a baking
     tray and lightly grease with coconut oil.
2.  Grate the cauliflower into rice-sized pieces.
3.  Mix all the ingredients for the base in a bowl, or blend in a
     food processor; to form a dough.
4.  Spread the dough out into a circle 30cm wide on a baking tray.
5.  Bake in the oven for five minutes, turn it over and place back
     in the oven for another two minutes.
6.  Separate the mozzarella into small pieces and cover the base of the
7.  Next, slice the tomatoes into thick slices and arrange on top of
     the mozzarella, then add any other toppings.
8.  Bake the pizza for 10-15 minutes more until the mozzarella is melted.
9.  Finish with a sprinkle of basil, a drizzle of olive oil.
10.  Enjoy!


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