Healthy Holidays with PLMI
Although it is hard to believe, December has arrived. The holiday season. A time to celebrate with family and friends, eat well (and healthily!), shop (and manage your stress about it!), and—though you may think you have too many other things to do—to take care of yourself
This month, PLMI invites you to a feast—a feast of information, guidance, and tips from our expert blogging community. “Tis the season,” as the saying goes. PLMI can help, and it’s never too early to plan ahead for a healthy new year!
For Those With Celiac Disease, Eating Without Fear is Especially Difficult During the Holiday Season
Alice Bast – The National Foundation for Celiac Awareness
Holiday time is a happy and exciting time of year, but people living with celiac disease and non-celiac gluten sensitivity know that sometimes the joy of spending time with family and friends can be overshadowed by anxiety and fear of getting sick. Parties, cookie exchanges and dinners out are fraught with land mines that require skill, grace and confidence. >>Continue Reading
Contributions From Our Blogging Experts
Blog • Deanna Minich, PhD Why We Should Eat According to the Seasons
Blog • Carolyn Matthews, MD The Physiology of Taste, or Transcendental Gastronomy
Blog • Peter Wilhelmsson, ND Top 12 Reasons for Calorie Restriction
Blog • Christopher Carreiro Expanding Our Vision of Health
Blog • Alisha Chasey, RD 10 Secrets for Radiant Living
And finally (just in case…)
Blog • Kara Fitzgerald, ND OMG, I Have the Flu!!
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