Season’s greetings from Florida Digestive Health Specialists! This December, we’re celebrating the festive holidays while also shining a spotlight on Crohn’s Disease and Colitis Awareness Week, observed from December 1 to 7. It’s dedicated to increasing understanding and supporting research for inflammatory bowel diseases. We’re also excited to share holiday recipes that tantalize your taste buds while supporting your gut. Join us for insights and culinary delights to make this holiday season both joyful and health-conscious!
Understanding Crohn’s and Colitis
Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis are chronic inflammatory bowel diseases impacting millions. During Crohn’s and Colitis Awareness Week (December 1-7), learn more about these conditions, their symptoms and the latest advances in research and treatment. Explore in-depth information on Crohn’s Disease and Colitis through the links below and join us in raising awareness and support for those affected by these conditions.
Give Yourself a (Clean) Hand!
December 3-9 is National Handwashing Awareness Week and a reminder of the vital role hygiene plays in our overall health. Proper handwashing is not just about preventing colds and flu, but it also significantly contributes to digestive health. By ensuring clean hands before eating and preparing food, you reduce the risk of ingesting harmful bacteria, which can lead to digestive issues. Remember, your digestive health starts with clean hands!
Feasting with Care
As you prepare to savor the joys of the holiday season, we’ve curated a selection of mouthwatering recipes that not only delight your taste buds but also promote digestive well-being. These recipes are designed to be gentle on your gut, allowing you to indulge in holiday festivities without compromising your health. From flavorful main courses to delectable desserts, we’ve got you covered!