As we go into the holidays, we face more food landmines, and when we don’t know they’re there, we eat, and BAM get bloating and brain fog!
In order to avoid the landmines, it’s helpful to know what foods to avoid!
Tipsyou’ll love, cause you’ll know just what to avoid at the buffet.
Taking on a new habit takes repetition, sometimes hearing these tips again will really help you remember and put this into practice.
So in today’s article I’m sharing with you the 5 foods to avoid in the upcoming holiday parties so you can fill your plate with confidence, eat with total enjoyment, and feel a relaxed satisfied belly afterwards.
Enjoy today’s article “Top 10 list tips for the holidays; Avoiding food landmines!” and your holidays too.
Top 10 list tips for the holidays; Avoiding food landmines!
So here’s your tips cause I want you to enjoy the buffet’s this holiday, share in the merriment, and have a happy tummy and clear mind.
TIP#1 5 Buffet food landmines to avoid!
Look out for these items with gluten in them:
TIP#2 Take specific enzymes if you eat gluten.
If “OOPS, I ate some hidden gluten!”, or in case the gluten tempts you, here’s 2 resources to create relief from:
Gluten Ease GlutenFlam
(Suggested dosage; 2 every two hours until you feel better.)
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And stay tuned for more tips from the hangouts in next week’s article cause I want you to continue enjoying your holidays with ease and joy.
About Dr. Debbie
Debbie Novick, D.C., a leading expert on Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis, practices at the renowned Novick Integrative Medicine in Encinitas, CA. Educated and trained at Life Chiropractic College West in Hayward, CA, Dr. Debbie has continued her post-graduate studies in functional and integrative medicine, specializing in women’s health care and nutrition. She uses a variety of natural health care practices such as N.E.T. chiropractic care for mental-emotional clearing, Bach flower remedies, and homeopathic remedies to restore health and balance to her patients. Known as the “Go-to Doctor” for Hashimoto’s, Dr. Debbie works in concert with other MD’s and Gynecologists who refer their patients to her for more specialized autoimmune support.
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