For many Americans, Thanksgiving is their favorite holiday of the year…good food, good friends, good times. But for a growing number of Americans, due to increasing food sensitivities and special dietary needs, the “good food” part of Thanksgiving is becoming more and more of a challenge. So many of the traditional foods prepared for “the feast” are no longer tolerable for people who need gluten free, dairy free, caffeine free or atricificial additive free diets.
If your child had food allergies, it typically would be very obvious, there would be an immediate reaction of, swelling, hives, difficulty breathing…very noticeable indications of a food allery. But the signs for food sensitivity aren’t quite as easily seen, and are often vague and overlooked.
This painful and common condition, afflicts more than 3 million people each year. If you’re one of those 3 million, you want real relief from the pain and symptoms. Most people don’t really understand IBS and what lies at the root of their problem, but ou can find out…
“Should I be buying organic food instead of conventionally grown food?”
In today’s world, people are becoming more and more health conscious, and the food we eat is being linked to many of the health issues we are experiencing. Inevitably, organic food becomes a topic of discussion and consideration. Part of the consideration is that it costs more than conventionally grown food, and many people feel like they can’t justify the higher costs on an already expensive grocery bill.
I am Dr. Michael Taggart, a board-certified Doctor of Chiropractic, practicing in Kirkland, WA since 1992. I have had over 20 years of clinical experience and specialize in chronic conditions. I have advanced training in neurology, spinal rehabilitation, functional endocrinology, laboratory testing/interpretation, and nutritional therapy.
Let me introduce you to “Brain Based Therapy
Digestive problems can be so painful, uncomfortable and embarrassing. They can become so bad that you avoid going out in public for fear of having an “episode”. And if you do go out, especially to a restaurant, you have to make it a priority to know where the restroom is located.