Although the point of Thanksgiving is to focus on one's blessings, the reality of the holiday is that it is one filled with potential IBS triggers -- large, heavy meals, travel, and of course, family. Rather than face the day with dread, shift your mindset toward one of being confident and prepared. With good food choices and a focus on self-care, you increase your chances of having an IBS-quiet kind of day. That is certainly something to be thankful about!
Here are my Thanksgiving survival articles. I hope you all have a wonderful holiday!
- Thanksgiving Recipe for Digestive Health
- Traveling with IBS
- Dining Out with IBS
- IBS and Family Relationships
If you are following a low FODMAPs diet for your IBS, you will benefit from Patsy Catsos' recommendations for a low FODMAPs thanksgiving:
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