Welcome to Find Your Healthy, a podcast all about inspiring and motivating you to find your healthy, i.e. whatever makes YOU feel great! Nutrition, fitness, mental health, gut health, acne...there's no topic out of bound
Latest Episode9/3/2020

#08 TASTE TEST: trying healthy snacks & treats with my family

Season 1, Ep. 8
*Disclaimer: these are just our opinions, so take them with a pinch of salt. Just because we don’t like them, you might. xThe Snacks (all dairy, gluten, soy & refined sugar free)Vita Snack Broccoli Crunch*Pros: good amount of protein, high vitamin A (for healthy eyes, skin & immunity), very high vitamin K (for blood clotting & wound healing), low calorie, 100% broccoli *Cons: needs seasoning, a bit pricey[Find them here]The Beginnings Pumpkin Crispbread *Pros: source of healthy fats from pumpkin and sunflower seeds, descent amount of protein, high fibre, 7 simple wholefood ingredients*Cons: a bit bland (best to serve with dips)[Find them at Holland & Barrett] Kate Percy go bites*Pros: 6 whole food ingredients, no added sugar*Cons: very dry, flavourless, tiny[Find them at Holland & Barrett] RXBar Chocolate Sea Salt Protein Bar*Pros: high protein (12g a bar), natural sugars only, high fibre *Cons: very chewing so not for those with fragile teeth[Find them in Sainsbury’s]Livia’s Kitchen Raw Millionaire Bites in Salted Caramel *Pros: thick caramel layer, recyclable packaging*Cons: doesn’t taste of salted caramel only of dates, dry base, thinnest layer of chocolate ever, 3 forms of sugar (dates, coconut sugar & maple syrup)[Find them in Tesco, Sainsbury’s & Holland & Barrett]Livia’s Kitchen Dunx Choco Hazelnut CrunchPros: hazelnut 'dunx' tastes good, made with prebiotic oats and flaxseedsCons: tiny dry biscuits, hard to eat on the go as the nut butter separates, fairly high sugar (coconut sugar & maple syrup)[Find them in Holland & Barrett]Raw Halo Mylk & Vanilla*Pros: tasty, single origin cacao, ethically sourced, sustainable packaging, 1 tree planted for every 50 bars sold*Cons: mylk is still high sugar (30g per 100g but that’s far less than a Cadbury bar which has 56g per 100g)[Find all their bars here…the dark raspberry is my fav]>> My ROCKY ROAD recipe here <<Enjoy Salted Caramel Filled Bar*Pros: tasty & moreish, 70% cacao, organic ingredients*Cons: I can’t control myself….where’s the bar gone? Caramel center is fairly high sugar (37g per 100g but that’s less than a Cadbury caramel bar which has 50g refined sugar per 100g)[Find their bars here]Say HiInsta @ellefrizzellWebsite: Email: hello@ellefrizzell.comFind my eBook here

#05 SKINCERELY YOURS: how to heal your acne naturally

Season 1, Ep. 5
Sharing my personal struggle with cystic acne and everything I have learnt about healing it holistically; from finding the root cause, changing your diet, lifestyle, finding the right supplements and skincare to transform your skin. All resources mnetioned are linked ↓FREE RESOURCES> Acne quick guide> Causes of acne> 7 skincare vitamins you need in your skincare> 7 days of Paleo eBookCAUSES> Hormonal imbalance> Inflammation> Poor gut health> Insulin resistance> Stress> Poor diet or food intolerancesTREATMENTS> Diet:-whole foods-anti-inflammatory foods-reduce dairy, gluten, red meat, sugars, alcohol-hydrate with water, lemon water, green tea, herbal teas with liver supporting herbs like milk thistle, burdock & dandelion> Supplements:-probiotics-vitamin A-vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid)-zinc picolinate-DIM (diindolylmethane)-omega 3 fatty acids from fish oil or flax-Chinese herbs such as vitex or saw palmetto> Lifestyle:-exercise-reduce stress-improve sleep (& wash pillow cases at least once a week!)SKINCARE> cleanse with a gel / cream & double cleanse if wearing make-up or spf> AHA’s e.g. glycolic / lactic /malic acid> BHA’s e.g. salicylic acid / willow bark> niacinamide (B3)> vitamin A / retinol> use non-comedogenic make-up & look for concealer with healing ingredients e.g. salicylic acid, arnica, zinc, tea tree, lavender, turmericWHEN TO SEEK HELP> Your acne is affecting your quality or life> Your acne is at risk of causing scarring> You have sudden onset adult acneSOCIALS & CONTACT@ellefrizzellellefrizzell.comhello@ellefrizzell.comBIG FAT THANK YOU FOR LISTENING!! Leave a review & I’ll love you even more x

#04 IBS or BS?

Season 1, Ep. 4
What is REALLY causing your gut irritation??? Causes, symptoms and holistic treatments for dealing with IBS including FODMAPs, gut healing foods, natural supplements and lifestyle changes.OVERVIEW:My 3 Step approach to healing your gut:> IDENTIFY: what is the root cause of your gut irritation?> CLEANSE: get rid of the irritant (e.g parasite, bad bacteria overgrowth, food intolerances).> HEAL: focus on nourishing your gut, boosting your immunity, reduce inflammation and rebalance your microbiome.7 THINGS TO INCLUDE IN YOUR DIET:1. FIBRE: soluble for IBS-D (blueberries, sweet potato, chia seeds, flax seeds, psyllium husks), insoluble for IBS-C (green beans, raspberries, kale, brown rice, quinoa)2. PROBIOTICS: kombucha*, kefir**, yogurt*, miso, tempeh, sauerkraut, supplements (mentioned: VSL#3, Symprove, Microbz)*I like Remedy as it contains 0g sugar**Remedy & Purearth do dairy free kefir3. PREBIOTICS: green bananas, sweet potato, blueberries, raw apple cider vinegar, dandelion greens, chicory, baobab4. COLON CLEANSERS: leafy greens, spirulina, chlorella, moringa, matcha, psyllium husks, fennel, peppermint, oregano5. ANTI-INFLAMMATORIES: berries, avocado, green leafy vegetables, tomatoes, açai, cacao, turmeric, ginger, cinnamon, omega 3 rich foods like oily fish, olive oil, walnuts, flax and chia.6. ANTI-SPASMODICS: chamomile, ginger, peppermint, fennel7. ADAPTOGENS: ashwagandha, cordyceps, holy basil / tulsi, maca, liquorice root (look for deglycyrrhizinated licorice / DGL to prevent high blood pressure)SUPPLEMENTS SUGGESTIONS:>> Bone broth>> L-glutamine powder>> Slippery elm powder>> Marshmallow root>> Camu camu (to support immunity)RESOURCES:My gut healing guides university eBook