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Spreading the LOVE at Christmas ‘The 5 Love Languages’

Abeille UK

I have just read this incredible book followIng a recommendation from my sister in law and I just have to share it.

What makes you feel loved? A beautiful gift, having the dishwasher emptied? Receiving a compliment? 

Your love language profile will explain your primary love language, what it means, and how you can use it to connect to others...

Having a baby is probably one of the most stressful times in your life as you are sleep deprived, exhausted and trying to adapt to a very new situation that no one prepares you for.

This book helps you understand what what makes you feel loved and how to communicate it. 

 Enjoy x



Reflux revisited


I recently met a lovely lady called Emma who had 6 week old baby twin girls who were utterly adorable! Emma had been told that one of the twin girls has reflux and a milk protein intolerance (which means no dairy or soya), which is not an easy task for a new mummy who is breastfeeding. I had to stop eating dairy and soya when breastfeeding Charlotte ( for 14. Months) so thought I would use the opportunity to revisit and share the information I have learned over the years. Charlotte still has bad reflux at 3; however this is controlled by medication and a change in our eating habits and timings.


The following recommendations may be helpful in reducing symptoms:

1. Avoid hard candy (and chewing gum) They increase the amount of swallowed air which, in turn, leads to belching and reflux.

2. Do not lie down immediately after eating. Avoid late evening snacks.

3. Avoid tight clothing and bending over after eating.

4. Eat small, frequent portions of food and snack if needed.

5. Elevate the head of the bed six to eight inches to prevent reflux when sleeping. Extra pillows, by themselves, are not very helpful.

6. The following foods aggravate acid reflux, and should be avoided:

  • fatty or fried foods
  • peppermint and spearmint
  • whole milk
  • oils
  • chocolate
  • creamed foods or soups
  • most fast foods

7. The following foods irritate an inflamed lower esophagus and may need to be limited or avoided:

  • citrus fruits and juices (grapefruit, orange, pineapple, tomato)
  • coffee (regular and decaffeinated)
  • caffeinated soft drinks
  • tea
  • other caffeinated beverages

8.  Spicy or acidic foods may not be tolerated by some individuals.


NB: for Adults it is also recommended that you stop using tobacco in all forms. Nicotine weakens the lower esophageal muscle and Lose weight if overweight. Obesity leads to increased reflux.

These are the links to two articles I shared in the early days..


Reflux Continued


I hope these tips help Emma!

I will share some more dairy-free tips soon.

Love Michelle x


Quick & easy spicy lentil soup

Abeille UK

Oliver is at home this week with a virus and I need a pick me up after a few bad nights sleep, this is my go to recipe for a healthy delicious lunch. It's quick, easy and if you have a hand blender to chop the vegetables it can be prepared in less then five minutes


Preparation time: 5 minutes

Cooking time: 35 minutes


Serves 2-4



400g can chopped tomatoes

25g split red lentils

1 vegetable stock cube

1 teaspoon mixed dried herbs

1 small onion

1 small red or green pepper

1 teaspoon of Tabasco or 1/3 of a fresh chilli deseeded

600ml of water


Chop the onion, pepper and chilli

Place all of the ingredients into a saucepan

Bring to the boil

Simmer for 35 minutes


Don't forget to let me know how you enjoy this soup and please share with your friends...



Michelle x