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    How I Manage Food Sensitivities During The Holidays


    The holidays can be stressful for many reasons, and adding food sensitivities to the mix isn’t helpful.

    I’ve been eating differently than family for over 15 years during the holidays and I’ve got it down to a routine.

    It doesn’t really phase me anymore, but I definitely do a lot of prep to make it through! 

    In this video I share what I’m doing over this holiday week for food and health. 


    Keep taking back your health,

    4 Responses to How I Manage Food Sensitivities During The Holidays

    1. Sheila December 24, 2018 at 9:41 pm #

      Merry Christmas and thanks for the healthy tips!

      • Robin Shirley January 3, 2019 at 2:02 pm #

        Merry Christmas to you too! 🙂 (A little bit delayed)

    2. Maria Smith December 28, 2018 at 9:05 pm #

      Something that wasn’t talked about is water. I do all the things you do due to my Autoimmune Hashimoto’s, except I also bring my Travel Berkey water filter set-up with me to avoid Chlorine, chloramines, and fluoride in water where I’m staying. It’s small enough to put in my suitcase when travelling on an airplane. Also, I take 2 Berkey Shower Water filters with me to avoid the Chlorine in the shower water. Hope that helps. I started this journey with Dr. Dan Pompa and was able to fully lower my autoimmune antibodies…woohhoo.

      • Robin Shirley January 3, 2019 at 2:04 pm #

        Hi Maria! Thanks for the reminder on healthy drinking water during travel. The travel berkey is a great option. I usually bring spring water or water from home if I am driving, and purchase spring water in glass bottles at my destination if I’m flying! I don’t bring my berkey because it always trips the TSA sensors and causes a hold up! Also, it’s important to drink well and spring water occasionally and not just berkey because berkey water is devoid of the majority of the natural minerals in water, which can contribute to mineral depletion in the body. Water is actually a big source of trace minerals for us!

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