A Proper Introduction

I recently realized that Living Lovely Autoimmune is gaining traction and turning into much more than some humble ramblings on my journey with an autoimmune disease. In light of this I should probably introduce myself properly, and fill you in on what it’s all about! Read more

Next Level Juicing

New Year resolutions are in full swing, and everyone is exercising, changing diets, detoxing, and juicing like there’s no tomorrow. Not to mention that after the Golden Globes the other night, we are all wistfully thinking about fitting into those gorgeous dresses and suits, and hankering after that ridiculously perfect glow all the stars seem to carry around with them like handbags.

In light of this, today’s topic is juicing. Read more

Sharing the Love: Ms. Health Esteem

Today I’m going to do something a little bit different and share a lovely post from health blogger Sara of Ms. Health Esteem! Despite having Graves Disease, she is a super amazing lady with an infallible zest for life that is incredibly contagious. She has a knack for saying just what you need before you even realize you need it and this post is certainly indicative of that.

So without further ado, read on for Sara’s BEST New Year’s Resolution, and afterwards check out her other amazing posts and more about her mission here and here. Read more

Food Prep Tips for Sanity + Healthy Eating

Do you struggle to eat well throughout the week due to fatigue or time constraints? Are you a slave to the kitchen or the takeout menus all week long?

I love cooking for the most part, but many people do not. Either way, many of us simply have zero time on weekdays, or are too fatigued from illness to stand for that long, let alone plan three meals a day. When trying to eat healthily, whether for managing an illness, trying to prevent one, or simply wanting to feel better day to day, it can feel like cooking food is taking over your life.

It doesn’t have to be this way! Read more

Chocolate Macaroons (Paleo/Vegan)

If your new year’s resolutions don’t include complete deprivation of all things dessert, or you are looking to squeeze in one more treat before the year ends, here is a great macaroon recipe that focuses on satiating fats rather than sugar. Read more

Winter Solstice

The winter solstice is the shortest day and longest night of the year. Our ancestors have been celebrating this time, along with the midsummer solstice, most likely from the very beginning so there are many traditions to choose from. It seems that most of our current Christmas traditions stem from the solstice as it was already being celebrated just a few days before December 25th. Read more

Recipe Feature – Root Cookies

These cool, rainy, autumn days are getting shorter and shorter. Therefore, they feel more and more like cookie days. Right?

These colourful root veggie cookies developed by my dear friend Hayley of I Eat Real Food practically scream cozy, comforting and nourishing, while also bringing a good dose of sunshine with their bright colours. They are the perfect fall treat, especially for those of us who are healing illnesses and allergies. She has even written about cookie energetics! These bright bites are flourless and sugar-free – sweetened only by those adrenal-assisting, craving-satisfying, nutrient dense root veggies. They are potentially the “healthiest” cookies alive, and are so tasty! Read more

Armpit Adventures + Detox Mask

I’ve been struggling with detoxing lately due to some thyroid chaos and who knows what else (I’ll post about this later as I’m still trying to figure it out), which means I’ve been stinking pretty bad and NOTHING will touch it – not any deodorant or essential oil, and baking soda is giving me MAJOR rashes. This may be TMI for most conversations, but I KNOW that some of you out there are struggling with this too. Even “healthy” people can smell bad! Read more