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Summer Pesto Pasta

A light summer pasta with a pesto sauce Ingredients: 100g penne or fusilli pasta 3 tablespoons of green pesto 1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil Pinch of salt and pepper to taste 75g baby tomatoes*, halved 100g mozzarella Teaspoon of dried basil Method: Bring a large pot of water to the boil, cook the pasta for … Continue reading “Summer Pesto Pasta”

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Ryan’s Story

I started my fitness journey in September 2016, 18 months after emergency stoma surgery for fulminated colitis. I gained weight since my surgery and it was effecting my self-esteem, I had been taking anti-depressants and I knew I had to do something to turn my life around so I started back at the gym. I … Continue reading “Ryan’s Story”

10% off swimwear range

We take pride in our expertly designed and UK manufactured swimwear for people living with a stoma or continence issues. Our comprehensive range of swimwear for men, women and children is suitable for both faecal and urinary incontinence. Each garment has a secure and waterproof integral pant which will contain accidents that may occur whilst … Continue reading “10% off swimwear range”

Couch Potato to Great South Run and Brighton Half

Every year Respond Healthcare raise money for a chosen charity in order to support and promote such a great cause. This year Respond have teamed up with the GetYourBellyOut campaign as ‘Fundraising Partners’ and we plan to take part and host many exciting and wonderful fundraising activities through the year, with money going to Crohn’s … Continue reading “Couch Potato to Great South Run and Brighton Half”

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13 things you only have to deal with if you have an invisible illness

There are many ways a person can be sick without it showing on the outside. Crohn’s, ulcerative colitis, and mental health issues like depression and anxiety are just a few of the invisible illnesses that many people deal with every day. However, just because these illnesses are not immediately visible to others, does not mean … Continue reading “13 things you only have to deal with if you have an invisible illness”

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Easy Pancakes

Ingredients 100g plain flour 2 medium eggs 300ml semi-skimmed milk 1 tbsp sunflower or vegetable oil, plus extra for frying A pinch of salt Serves 8 Method Put the flour and a pinch of salt into a large mixing bowl and make a small well in the center. Crack the eggs into the center, then … Continue reading “Easy Pancakes”

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‘How I went from hating my stoma bag to seeing it as the best thing to ever happen to me’ – Lisa’s Story

I have indeterminate Crohn’s disease, a form of Inflammatory bowel disease. I was diagnosed in 2004 at just 18 years old. May last year, I had my worst flare up imaginable. I developed a perianal abscess and a rectal vaginal fistula. I had lost 2 stone in six months. I was a bag of bones. … Continue reading “‘How I went from hating my stoma bag to seeing it as the best thing to ever happen to me’ – Lisa’s Story”

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