Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays because, for me, food is an expression of love. Through the years, I have celebrated Thanksgiving with up to 40 people in my home for what is known by my guests to be a grand affair. Although this year will be a much smaller gathering, I look forward to the blessings of family, friends, and a few “orphans” with nowhere else to go. I love setting the Thanksgiving table with special holiday linens and table settings reserved for this day. And I especially love the rich aromas in my kitchen with the turkey roasting in the oven and all the heavenly side dishes and desserts.
If you’re anything like me, as you’ve gotten older, you’ve become more sensitive to environmental triggers and all types of allergies. If you experience allergic responses ranging from watery eyes, sneezing, mold sensitivities, all the way up to asthma and bronchitis, know that you are certainly not alone.
Your body is pretty remarkable. As part of its extraordinary plan to keep your organs safe, it isolates fat-soluble toxins, many of which in turn, stockpile in the tummy.
Let’s get real. Not all of us can go for an extended period of time without eating, especially if you suffer from low blood sugar or reactive hypoglycemia. I am definitely one of those individuals. Yet, I am very intrigued with the concept of autophagy that is a primary result of intermittent fasting.
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