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Eat With The Moon Cookbook

I am super excited to announce that my very first e-book, Eat With The Moon, is here! Filled with 28 healthy vegan recipes, Eat With The Moon is aimed to help you balance your hormones using a method called "seed cycling" while also offering natural and holistic hormonal balancing tips - and so much more. 


About Francesca

This blog is a result of everything I've learnt - and still learning - and now I wish to share my experience with you.

Battling with eating disorders, coming off the contraceptive pill, and dealing with hormonal issues, POCS symptoms and acne resulted in this blog coming about. I turned struggles into triumphs, and for everything life has thrown me, I am grateful. Thank YOU for stopping by - I appreciate you sharing a part of yourself with me simply by being here.



This vegan recipe has a long name, mainly because there are three recipes in one. I’m giving you some great value here ;) Use all three or take what you need and make it your way! They are perfect as stand-alone dishes and magical when eaten together. I hope you enjoy these savoury crepes as much as I did!

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Your Skin Will Heal

“This - your skin - your skin will heal", I thought to myself as I stroked my fingers up and down my face. It's a moment I will never forget: To go sleep and to wake up with significantly improved skin. 

That night I believed - more than I ever had - that my acne, pimples, scars and redness would disappear. It was such a simple, clear and affirming thought. With my internal mindset, I was able to change my physical exterior.


10 Things You Shouldn’t Say To Someone With An Eating Disorder 

Having been in recovery for over ten years, I have been on the receiving end of countless comments. Usually the other person is trying to give an encouraging compliment, but if you’ve never been inside the head of someone with an eating disorder, even the most well-meaning comments can backfire and be triggering.

Recovery is unique to everyone, however, there are some general comments that one should avoid around someone who is battling with anorexia, orthorexia, binge eating, bulimia and the like, in order to best support their path to recovery.