Welcome to Global Diet!
I am Jane, and I have a passion for healthy food and happy, vibrant living.
I named this site ‘Global’ diet as the information shared here can be applied anywhere, regardless of where you are located in the world, and some of my recipes are for flavourful healthy meals from all over the globe.
A few years ago, I was diagnosed with an autoimmune condition which caused extreme fatigue, weight gain and mood issues. For an active and happy person, this was a life-changer. I have tried numerous remedies, including supplements, diet modification and exercises to tackle the issues I was facing.
Not only my diet but my entire lifestyle has changed ever since.
I feel so much better now than years ago and in this blog, I am sharing my journey and experiences.
If you are a busy lady who struggles with an overwhelm, brain fog, anger/reactivity/mood swings, difficulty losing weight, I hope you find the information I am sharing helpful.
You will also learn a few strategies on how to look younger longer, how to regain the joy of life, vibrance and vitality and other topics related to health and wellness.
You may stumble upon an affiliate link on occasion for which I may earn a tiny commission on each sale (to keep this blog running). I recommend only products and programs that have my full trust in. I have a no-BS policy here.
A quick disclaimer, I am not a medical professional and do not intend to diagnose or treat any disease. I have a Master’s degree in Science (besides my first Master’s degree in Health Economics). I am trained to interpret scientific literature and I’ve done it for my job and consulting gigs. You may find my opinions or research interpretations in some articles. Additionally, I am posting links to share-worthy news from the internet on the WEB HEALTH NEWS tab. I do not own news-related content. I only share it.
If you are wondering whether I follow any specific diet, the answer is yes. Due to my health condition, I follow a gluten-free diet, and for weight management, I follow an ‘occasional’ low-carb way of eating paired with intermittent fasting. It means that I do not eat any food, except water and herbal tea, for 16 hours and my ‘eating’ window is 8 hours (for 2 meals). I try not to snack but if I am very hungry, I snack on a fruit or nuts. I am not promoting a gluten-free diet for everyone. In fact, no one in my family is eating gluten-free and you will find some gluten-containing meals recipes that I cooked for my family. However, the gluten-free section in the recipes is strictly gluten-free.
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