If you don’t know someone with a food sensitivity, you must be living in a bunker. It can be super annoying to remember and work around everyone’s sensitivities. “Okay everyone, Karen can’t have gluten. Chris can’t have eggs. Sonya can’t have red meat. But other than that bring whatever you want for the company potluck”. I mean are these “sensitivities” really legitimate? I have seen Sonya mow down on a burger or two so how serious can it be? Food intolerances or "sensit
Digestive enzymes are great because they are quick and easy “fix” for that dreaded bloat. But not everyone should be taking digestive enzyme supplements; and not all of them are created equal. Over the years I have found there are 2 types of people. Those that are skeptical and resistant to all supplements and those that are on board, looking for that quick fix. Now I am ALL for the power of a supplement and use more than a handful in my life but they are never my “PLAN A”.
STRESS!!! Its causes are absolutely everywhere. Would you agree? Our natural “fight or flight” stress response can sometimes go a little overboard. It’s supposed to help us escape injury or death when being chased by a moose and then return to normal after we’ve fought it with our bare hands (or ran for our freakin’ lives). But, that usually only happens when silly tourists stop to feed the wild animals on the side of the highway. And yet we are constantly initiating our “fi
Having a food intolerance is not fun. Beyond making it impossible to find places you can eat, it can cause abdominal pain, bloating, and nausea. You may start considering planning a baby shower for your 5 month pregnant food baby. It also causes embarrassing symptoms (or in my five year old son’s eyes – hilarious symptoms) like flatulence and diarrhea. But what most people don’t realize is that mowing down on foods your body doesn’t like can cause these less obvious side ef