About Gail - Good Noms, Honey!

Hi! I’m Gail: the “Honey” in “Good Noms, Honey!,” a freelance digital marketing manager, mom to a brilliant 4-year-old boy, a lover of cooking, and now a food blogger. Originally from the US, my family and I now live in the beautiful Okanagan Valley of British Columbia, Canada.

Clean Eating, Low FODMAP Recipes

I started eating “clean” and low FODMAP due to some health issues I was experiencing after the birth of my son. Having been initially introduced to clean eating by the Whole30 program and the Paleo diet, my recipes have since evolved to reflect my ever-evolving health issues. My creations now include ingredients still on the “clean eating” spectrum but incorporate more than the three food groups compliant with the Whole30 and Paleo programs. As eating low FODMAP is already very restrictive, further restricting it by eating strictly Paleo or Whole30 is no longer realistic for my current health situation.

However, I am still a huge believer in clean eating, so you will find low FODMAP recipes made with {mostly} whole, unprocessed ingredients that may or may not be Paleo and Whole30 compliant. Eating clean and low FODMAP alleviated many of the symptoms I was having after childbirth and made me feel the healthiest I’ve ever felt. This blog features my favourite clean eating, low FODMAP recipes and tips on how to make this way of eating easier and more sustainable long-term.

What does “Good Noms, Honey!” mean?

“Good Noms, Honey!” is what my husband, Jeff, says after I’ve cooked something particularly yummy. I’ve named this blog “Good Noms, Honey!” as a symbol of the support I have received from my family, Jeff in particular, in dealing with my health issues. I can’t even fathom how hard it would have been without his support along the way, from taking care of Ethan when the pain got too great to doing mountains of dishes that cooking whole, unprocessed foods can often generate (so many dishes…). He is my official taste-tester and has no problem telling me how he really feels about my food. More importantly, he is the one who has consistently supported me in pursuing my dream of authoring a food blog. Without his support, this blog would most likely not exist.

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