Blog Posts — Health
New Year is a often time when people make a grisly decision to use January to get healthy and get clean. Many decide to give up booze, or sugar, or chocolate in an attempt to feel better after all the excesses of Christmas. A time to become the you that you always wanted to be.
Bacteria are everywhere and that’s a good thing because they help us to stay alive. In an ideal world we would have an abundance of bacteria covering our skin, inside our mouths, in our nasal tracts, our respiratory system, eyes, and throughout our entire GI tract.
It was a bit of a surprise to some that we made the restaurant menu grain free (alongside gluten, dairy and refined sugar free), but to many it turned out to be a godsend. It could have proven controversial as we had also adopted a plant based eating foundation (to which you can add ethically sourced animal products), so when you remove grains and pulses, where do plant based eaters get there grounding and more carb based foods from.
There are various reasons we decided to go dairy free all of which coincided with our philosophy of providing food and drink that is nourishing to the body and planet. Dairy is a known problem food for many people and has been shown to cause digestive issues in many sensitive individuals.