Toowoomba, Australia (PRWEB) July 14, 2014
Felicity Philp was diagnosed with the autoimmune disease Scleroderma in 2001, when she was 29 years old. Instead of letting her health issues decrease her quality of life, she simply changed the types of food she was eating and began to see a difference in the way she felt.
Felicity, along with her two friends and business partners, Julie Reardon and Kate Owen, have since created a cookbook, and ultimately a company, to help others with this lifestyle change as well. In their new book, “Friendship Food,” all 74 recipes are free of gluten, dairy, eggs, yeast and refined sugar, and are accompanied by fun, colorful images of each prepared item. This is not just for the typical, domestic housewife searching for new recipes on the most current health kick. “Friendship Food” is a cookbook with a conscience and a mind to better the lives of their peers, families and the rest of the world.
After healing her personal ailments, Felicity passed her practices down to her children. She accredits her teaching experience for her knowledge of, “what helps children learn well and what helps them be happy and develop the self-confidence to succeed in life. I believe food plays a large part in this, and as a parent I am constantly thinking of ways to help my children make better food choices so they can be the best they can be.”
Felicity is concerned with the state of our global health by addressing three main reasons she believes she developed health issues of her own - exposure to chemicals, stress and inappropriate food. “Friendship Food” provides tips to reduce the chemicals in your home and ideas to help people honor their bodies and make better choices.
“I am not trained in a particular healing modality, however by successfully implementing healthier practices into my diet and home, I now live a more comfortable and happier life,” Felicity said. “Through finding the ri
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