About me

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I’m Kiran, currently residing in Toronto, Ontario. I was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease in March 2011 (see post “Crohn’s Made Me Healthy! No, seriously….”) which dramatically changed the trajectory of my life. Prior to that point I was working on a First Nations reserve in remote Alberta with plans to pursue community development internationally. I ate what I wanted using food to satisfy my palate and nothing more. I treated my body like a garbage can both physically and emotionally. Sad, but true. After I got sick I became obsessed with getting healthy. I quit my job, moved back to Ontario with a mission to seriously heal myself. I now LOVE happy gut foods (foods that make your gut happy of course). I love talking about happy gut food, I love making happy gut food and I love eating happy gut food. I am a firm believer in the healing power of food.

Here, I share my healing journey and everything that has worked for me including many gluten-free, grain-free and vegan recipes.

Happy guts, happy us 🙂

Feel free to email me at kiran@happygut.ca

10 comments

  1. I love what you are doing on your blog, would you like to do a guest post on our Crohn’ Support Blog. I would love for more people to view your recipes and help some more people. we have a diet section. but we are looking at expanding this section. let me know if your interested. http://www.crohnsupport.com

  2. Hey stranger!

    Simran and I decided to get busy with making the recipes from your wonderful website. As expected, it was a wild success. We made the cholay and the kindney bean and spinach curry. Wowzas! My next project is the burgers and I want to embrace the dessert recipes to the fullest! We love what you are doing!

    Keep it up and please say hi to your boy!!

    Simran and Chris

  3. This website is such an incredible gift. Thank you for bringing us along your journey. I am so inspired and to know that this is part of your journey towards Wellness since Chron’s is so inspiration to me. I also recently started teaching myself to cook due to my own health challenges.

    1. Thank you so much for your kind words Reji! That means a lot. 🙂 I am happy to hear that you’ve started to cook – it is so empowering! Food can most definitely be medicine. 🙂

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