Hi! Welcome to my website ‘A healthy meal‘. I’m Sue Woledge and I’m the owner of this website.
I’ve come to realise that there are loads of people out there, who like me, are looking for healthy food ideas, recipes and information about not only healthy eating, but how to survive in this modern world. So I figured why not put everything in one place?
And so here we are.
A Healthy Meal shares articles and information written not only by myself, but also other writers, bloggers, foodies and health experts. A Healthy Meal invites guest bloggers who would like to write and submit quality content to get in touch. To find out more about my story, continue reading.
So who am I? Who is Sue Woledge?
I’m a Wife, a Mum and a Grandma who’s had a whole lifetime of health challenges. I’ve battled with all sorts of health issues for most of my life, from depression, anxiety and panic attacks to obesity, hormonal issues, thyroid and adrenal issues, skin problems, joint pain, fatigue and much more.
I’ve searched for natural answers to my health challenges for most of my adult life because I knew instinctively that doctors and their drugs weren’t the answer for me, and through that search I’ve gradually learned (and am still learning) a lot about food, ways to live a healthier life and ways to feel better (and that’s the important part!).
I’ve learned that much of what many people eat on a daily basis isn’t really food, but food like substances that are created in laboratories to taste good and to often to be addictive, and I’ve learned that those same food like substances are the cause of, or at least contributers to, most of our modern day health issues.
In my own quest for better health I’ve also learned to eat a clean, healthy diet because I’ve had to.
It was the only way to keep myself functioning.
So what was with all those health problems?
To be honest I had no answers to all this stuff that was going on with my body until early in 2014 when I got so desperate that I made the decision to hand over a lot of money to see a doctor that I knew (from listening to him speak at seminars) was a bit different to most.
And my punt paid off. I was diagnosed after fifty years of all this stuff going on with my body, and that was getting progressively more difficult to deal with, with Pyrrole disorder.
Never heard of it? Neither had I. But I can tell you that it’s been a great teacher, and I’m pleased to say that the answer to the symptoms it causes is nutrition (specific high dosage supplements). I’m also very happy to report that I began seeing amazing results just a few months after being diagnosed and while things with my body still aren’t perfect, I continue to improve little by little.
Pyrrole disorder and the symptoms that it’s caused me over the years, has put me on a path where I’ve discovered the very real benefits of eating clean, healthy food (aka REAL food), and that in itself is a blessing.
I’m also happy to tell you that eating a clean, healthy diet doesn’t have to be boring, and from my own experience I can also tell you that food has way more ability to heal and to harm than many of us realise.
So follow along, stay tuned for lots of healthy ideas and don’t forget to connect with me so you don’t miss anything! 🙂
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Meanwhile, thanks for visiting and remember…
Keep it real and eat clean!
P.S. If you’d like to know more about Pyrrole disorder check out my video here. More people need to know about this genetic disorder because it is estimated that possibly up to ten percent of the population suffers from this disorder to some extent.