1. Samantha

    Go to Winkle 43 in Amsterdam for the best pie! It’s also a great casual cafe and breakfast spot. I wish I had gone there everyday on our trip last summer. Also go to Moeders for dinner. It’s a nice restaurant with traditional Dutch food. They have photos of mothers all over the walls and if you bring one of your mom they will put it up on the wall. Amazing food! My fiancee and I were there on our last night and were sad we didn’t go everyday as well. Also rent bikes one day, it’s so fun riding around!

  2. Kate

    I love the the probiotic rec – I also have IBS issues and have been contemplating starting a magnesium supplement as well. Would you ever do a day in the life type post about what you eat for meals these days?

    Thanks for sharing!

  3. Kat

    As someone who also suffers from IBS, I have found the “low FODMAP” diet to be very effective for helping control symptoms. The idea that you can follow it 90% of the time (and allow 10% wiggle room) got me on board. I’m sure you’ve heard of it, but here’s more info in case not! http://health.usnews.com/best-diet/low-fodmap-diet

    Would also love to see a “day in the life” post on what you eat!

    • Laura

      Thanks – I’ve tried it before without much luck:( I can do a day in the life post in the coming weeks!

  4. Danielle

    Amsterdam is one of my favorite places! Go to !Pancakes! Amsterdam…..always a huge line with traditional Dutch pancakes. The Van Gogh museum is wonderful as well as doing a picnic lunch in Vondel Park. So many great things and such a beautiful city. Rent a bike and look around the city that way. And you have to eat a freshly made stroop waffle at the farmer’s market.

  5. Vanessa

    Hello! I live in the Dallas area (Las Colinas). I was hoping you could share the name of your acupuncturist. I did acupuncture when I lived in Florida and loved it, but have not found anyone here. A recommendation would be very helpful.

    Thank you!!

    • Laura

      I went to Coleman McMurphy at the Morningside Clinic. It’s probably a bit of a drive for you, but he takes insurance!

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