Thanksgiving DinnerIt’s time for the Thanksgiving gathering of motley characters we call family and friends to watch football and eat ourselves into a narcoleptic pile on the living room couch.

It’s a day when no one worries about their diet… not even us.

A day when we find fun and naughty ways to enjoy our fruits and vegetables… zucchini bread, yam soufflé, carrot cake, cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie.

So enjoy the food, be thankful for nutty Uncle Fred and Aunt Spooky, the bingo-loving grandparents, your wonderful son and new daughter-in-law and awesome in-laws and have a fun day.

But if Thanksgiving dinner causes stomach upset

…as in heartburn, reflux, bloat or constipation, here are the solutions:

A very Happy Turkey or non-Turkey Thanksgiving Day to you and yours,

Docs Eve & David and Joey

P.S. – A reminder to take advantage of a free phone consult when you place an order from now until Jan. 15, 2014.

P.P.S. – Check out our FacebookTwitterEvesHerbs.com blog and e-news while you multi-task cooking the turkey, stuffing, mashed and sweet potatoes, etc. and considering the vegans, vegetarians, ovo-lacto vegetarians and raw fooders and keeping the peace amongst the lot… Good Luck with that.  🙂

P.P.P.S – Try cutting up some fennel into chips for your dips, instead of potato or corn chips to cut some caloric content – fennel aids weight loss.  You can use the bulb and the stalk.

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