pip speaks: your go-to digestive health blog

 

Welcome to pip speaks. Here you’ll find recipes that your stomach will love, inspired by my eating adventures across the world; tips for balancing digestive problems with real life; and the latest news on gut health, including the low FODMAP diet for IBS. Join me in the pursuit of good health and good food in London. Don't let IBS hold you back!

 

Spring recipe: Baked ginger porridge

6 April 2013

This baked porridge is just the ticket for a cosy weekend brunch.


Cheering up your Friday: how to avoid premature death

8 March 2013

If you eat processed meat you may have an increased risk of dying early, shout the newspapers this week. Don’t panic, read this!


Stock up your healthy kitchen this winter

9 February 2013

Combine a few store cupboard essentials and basic staples with a shopping basket of seasonal delights, and whip up all sorts of delicious food.


Winter recipe: Fragrant, spiced lentil soup

1 February 2013

Try this winter wakeup soup, full of surprises for your tastebuds.


In with the new for 2013

9 January 2013

Resolved to look after yourself more this year? You can have it all. Find out what you can get - and forget - in 2013.


What's new for you at pip nutrition?

2 January 2013

Start afresh! Turn your new year's inspiration into action, with pip nutrition’s great new services.


Kickstart the new year, with a new you

27 December 2012

Want to start 2013 feeling fit and full of life? This great value programme, combining expert personal training and healthy eating advice, has your name on it.


Stories of success

12 December 2012

Seeking inspiration to make a change? Read pip nutrition clients Emma, Natasha and Gill's success stories.


Tasty tips for the silly season

8 December 2012

Want to enjoy the Christmas foodie feasts with a bit of balance? Try our clever tips, there’s something for everyone.


Event review: Healthy eating for runners @ Sweaty Betty Islington 10/10/12

12 October 2012

Kym met the lovely members of Sweaty Betty Islington’s run club recently, and talked to them about how eating well can help you be a better runner.