The Mirabelle Tree

I wanted to write this blog for my children, family and friends, hoping to inspire and nurture them with some of the things I have learnt from years of experimenting with food and daily rituals to improve my health.

When I was six I got my first bout of psoriasis, I spent a childhood having very toxic treatments, and even though from a very early age I instinctively knew there was a connection between food and health it wasn’t until I became an adult and left home at 18 that I resolved to go on a journey to heal myself, that was 32 years ago. Psoriasis is not curable but I have learnt to manage it so that for the past 10 years my skin has been clear.

I have always known that what you eat and the life choices you make are the key. Also, that anything worth doing is difficult, real healing takes patience and commitment and being truly well demands effort and being true to yourself.
I have come to believe that no two people are alike and that what works for one person may not work for another. Therefore this is just a guide to what I have found helpful. I am not a doctor or a nutritionist, I am an avid reader and researcher, I love to learn from others and pass on that information to anyone who might be interested.

Tiffany Jesse

6 thoughts on “About

  1. Susana just sent me the link to this wonderful blog. I’m not surprised that you write so well and give a real space of serenity and nourishment just reading it, let alone following these things up in the kitchen and garden…

    You’re a very inspiring woman and I’m so glad to have met you. Ill be sending the link to my sister x


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