Holistic nutritionist, freelance writer and gluten-free/dairy-free food blogger. Lover of natural foods. Avocado addict.
Sondi Bruner is a holistic nutritionist, freelance writer and food blogger who can’t stop dreaming about what to create in the kitchen.
She educates people who follow allergen-friendly diets about how to eat simply, deliciously and safely, allowing them to rediscover the pleasure of food. Drawing on her extensive experience with inflammatory bowel disease, Sondi also helps clients nourish their digestive tracts, embrace food intolerances, and shift their mindsets from deprivation to abundance. Discover more at sondibruner.com.
There is nothing more frustrating being told, "It's all in your head." It's not true, and yet it's also kinda true. Consider this: given what we are learning about the pathway between the digestive tract and the brain, how do we know what came first, the chicken or the egg?
When I transitioned off of dairy, I bought every single dairy-free cheese on the market. Most of them were gross, and full of crap ingredients that don't support our health anyway. If you're interested in creating delicious dairy-free cheeses, here are a few things to keep in mind.
If you feel caught in an endless cycle of mindless or emotional eating, you can take steps to conquer it. Here are a few suggestions to curb emotional eating and establish healthy habits that nourish you from the inside out.
While not a requirement, first dates often involve activities like eating at restaurants and going out for drinks. When you've got food allergies or intolerances, a digestive disorder, or simply like to eat clean, many restaurants become a minefield of potential dangers and embarrassing moments.
I frequently hear people complaining that gluten-free diets are extremely expensive. Does that mean that it's impossible to save money on a gluten-free diet? Nope. I beg to differ -- I think eating gluten-free can actually save you money. Here's how.