An overview of one year of weekly IV saline for treating POTS and getting to the point of needing a port catheter.Read More
Things to keep in mind when you want to rent a holiday home on airbnb when you've got a chronic illness.Read More
I love food, I love cooking (after all I was training to be a pastry chef before I had to drop out because of my health).
There’s nothing I love more than watching all the cooking show Christmas specials during December.
I’m even doing my own Christmas cooking special this year! (check it out at sarahfrison.com/holidaycooking)
I’ve been able to find ways to help me save energy and even make things just because I want to.
Here’s how.Read More
So today I wanted to talk about where I get my food and how you can get good food too. We'll go over gluten-free foods but we'll look at healthy food and gastroparesis-friendly options too.
If you're not living in one of those areas where everything just seems available, you'll need this article. Who even lives in a place where you can just get food off of shelves and have it work for you? I don't!Read More
Today's post is all about those dates on packages, what on earth do they mean and what the heck is the difference between them? Knowing what those dates means can really help you out & save on food bills. After all I hate throwing away food but salmonella & gastroparesis seem like the worst combination, right?Read More
Read all about what a health coach does and how hiring one can help people with chronic conditions.Read More
I'm now taking one on one clients! I've created a program called The Spoonie Guide to Eating Gluten-Free for those with chronic conditions who need to eat gluten-free. We'll be using the program as our guide in three one on one sessions.Read More