In some countries the traditional ginger snap/nut biscuit is more of a seasonal treat around Christmas time but here in the UK we love a good biscuit with a cup of tea any day of the week; ginger or otherwise! I didn’t indulge in any AIP treats over christmas, not because I was deliberately restricting myself, but purely because I am so out of the habit that I was more interested in the juicy (and way more nutritious) mango that was bulging in the fruit bowl. However, this past weekend I had a little craving for a biscuit to go with my current favourite tea – rooibos early grey, and what better way to make my own than with my beloved ingredient, ginger.
As I went through the dreaded deletion of photos on my phone this week (gosh, I really should have bought more storage!!), I came across some snaps of my hair that I took in the summer of last year. I photographed most of these myself so that I could get a better look at the back of my head rather than to document my progress, but as I look back I’m in awe of how far I’ve come and just how quickly the body can repair itself. Many of you ask me what to expect and what ‘normal’ hair growth looks like so I figured I should share these photos with you and answer a few of those FAQs!
Happy New Year!!
Just a quick update today to let you know of a new book that has been released by the wonderful Eileen Laird of phoenixhelix.com. She has put together ‘A Simple Guide to the Paleo Autoimmune Protocol‘ that is sure to ease you into this transformative diet quickly and positively.
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