Thanksgiving is almost here, so the tempting aromas of turkey and cranberry sauce, pumpkin pie and ice cream – and more – are nearly upon us. And with Thanksgiving, of course, comes the time-honored tradition of round-the-table dinner discussions. So, considering that you’ll be surrounded with lots and lots of food, here’s an idea for something new you can talk about this Thanksgiving: food sensitivities. Continue reading
What delicious foods will you cover your plate with this Thanksgiving dinner? Your answer might partly depend on what foods you’re highly reactive to (as determined, say, by a Food Sensitivity Test paired with an elimination diet). Which, naturally, begs the question: what exactly can you dine on this Thanksgiving if you’ve discovered that your body may be sensitive to some of this holiday’s most popular foods? Continue reading
As any devoted foodie can attest to, food can be fun, comforting, and (of course) lip-smackingly delicious. Unless, that is, you’re sensitive to a particular food – which can make that food anything but fun and comforting for you. Eat something you’re sensitive to, and you might experience very unpleasant symptoms like fatigue, migraines, bloating, depression, and dry or itchy skin. But it’s often difficult to pinpoint exactly which foods you’re sensitive to – thanks to the large number of ingredients you probably consume each day.
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Earlier today, we did a live video on Instagram (@everly_well) that revealed – step by step – exactly how to take EverlyWell’s Food Sensitivity Test. But since some of you might have missed that live video, you can now watch it right here at your convenience: Continue reading