Explaining new diet restrictions or food sensitivities to your family around the holidays can be tough, but we’re here to get you through it.
If you’re hosting…
If you’re hosting Thanksgiving you can still prepare all the traditional foods for your family and guests. Just be sure to make something on the side that doesn’t include any of your food intolerances.
If you’re a guest…
If you can’t eat the classic Thanksgiving foods due to an intolerance, prepare a meal that you know you can eat and let the host know what you’re bringing. This way they will not be offended that you’re not eating their meal.
After all, it will be worth it to go the extra mile to eat around your food sensitivities when you’re feeling healthy and energized the morning after instead of nauseous and bloated.
If you haven’t been tested for intolerances or sensitivities, taking a food sensitivity test can help you learn which foods are causing inflammation in your system. Utilizing a simple finger-prick blood test, microarray scanning technology can identify the foods that your system is sensitive towards – all with just a few drops of blood.