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About Aglaée Jacob, MS, RD, author
Aglaée is a no-nonsense & gut-friendly registered dietitian & nutritionist (with 10+ years of experience), an author (with 3 books & cookbooks under her belt), a podcaster and a mom. She gets it. Aglaée faced digestive issues and felt betrayed by conventional medicine. Bloating, not-so-good-looking poop, discomfort and pain as well as fatigue, brain fog and depression were part of her daily life... until she figured out how to heal herself (and hundreds of other people like her and you too!).
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Are you avoiding bread for some reasons and miss it? Whether you’re trying to avoid wheat, gluten, grains or processed foods, this grain-free bread will make your taste buds happy without causing harm to other parts of your body. Give it a try, you’ll be surprised!
Do you sometimes change pants as the day goes by to make room for your bloating? Or perhaps you resorted to wearing yoga pants all the time since you’re always bloated? Have your digestive issues prevented you from living your life with the freedom you desire? You are NOT alone. I used to be bloated[…]
Here’s one of my favorite recipe because it requires very few ingredients and is easy to make in a pinch. Whenever possible, make a double batch and freeze extras to have a handy snack or treat when needed. Enjoy! Bon appétit!
You probably wouldn’t think that there is much to be said about canned tomatoes… but we always need to be on our toes whenever the food industry tries to prepare our food for us! 🙂 This week’s Friday Food X-Ray will actually be short and sweet. We don’t even need to look at the label.[…]
How often do you get sick? a) Is it 2-3 times a year? b) Every month? c) Whenever someone around you is sick? If you answer anything more than once a year, you are definitely NOT alone… … but even though it is common to get sick often, it doesn’t necessarily mean that it is normal. […]
Do you take a multi? I used to take one everyday… until I realized that a multi wasn’t doing anything that food couldn’t do and that some of the synthetic nutrients in the multi I was taking were actually NOT doing anything to improve my health. Personally, taking a daily multi left me anemic and[…]
The typical breakfast foods are unfortunately high in carbs and lack protein (see this post I wrote about the missing ingredient in your breakfast), which sets us up for feeling low in energy and craving sugar for the rest of the day. This breakfast should help you avoid this common problem by combining the perfect balance of nutrient-dense[…]
Veggie chips! That sounds like a healthy snack, doesn’t it? At least, that’s what the food industry would like you to think! Let’s have a closer look together. The label uses the word “garden“, “veggie“, “no artificial flavors, colors or preservatives” and “olive oil” to grab the attention of health-conscious consumers (you and me!). It[…]
Constipation is not something most people feel comfortable talking about. Even to their doctors. Anyone who ever experienced it know how unpleasant, painful and even debilitating it can be. And for those who manage to build up the courage to discuss it with their doctors, the disappointing and infective usual prescription of eating more fiber, more whole grains[…]
Are you looking for ways to refuel while on the go? We live in a busy world and sometimes it isn’t always possible to eat at regular times or eat the best foods for us. This is where planning ahead can make a BIG difference. Stock up on at least 3-5 of the snack ideas below and keep[…]
Today is the first edition of Saturday Radicata Kitchen where I’ll share one of my favorite recipes with you every week. If you’re like me and are all about spending as little time as possible in the kitchen, you’ll love this recipe! It includes everything you need for a complete meal: fat + protein + veggies/carbs.[…]
Mayonnaise… yum! This creamy spread definitely brings comfort to many of our favorites, like sandwiches, dips and salad dressings. In the last few years, the food industry has been listening to health-conscious consumers looking for healthier versions of this timeless classic. Enters “Olive Oil” Mayonnaise. It sounds like a great idea. At first glance that is. Olive oil[…]
It doesn’t tell you anything at all. Calories are not all equal and it took me a v – e – r – y long time to figure it out. As a recently graduated registered dietitian & nutritionist, calories were my whole world. I knew how many calories were in every food and[…]
Breakfast is not what it used to be. Something went missing since the food companies took over our first meal of the day. Can you guess what it is? Think about some of the most common breakfasts: Typical Breakfast #1: breakfast cereals with milk, a banana and OJ Typical Breakfast #2: low-fat muffin + fruit-flavored yogurt Typical Breakfast[…]
Yes, a low-FODMAP diet can help you manage your symptoms. The studies show the effectiveness of low-FODMAP diets to reduce bloating, abdominal pain and discomfort, diarrhea and constipation. And so do both my clinical experience as a registered dietitian and my personal experience as a past IBS (irritable bowel syndrome) sufferer. But you might need to go beyond the[…]