Eating Beyond Your 4 Walls Part III: The Ultimate Guide to Eating in a House That’s Not Your Own

When you’ve got Crohn’s or colitis, it’s tricky business to eat at someone else’s house. There’s so much to consider, so many pitfalls to throw you off your gut healing diet or make you sick after eating a hidden ingredient that doesn’t work for your sensitive belly.

If eating at a home that’s not your own has been a challenge for you in the past, or if you’ve just started on a gut healthy diet and you’re going crazy only eating at your own house, this episode is the one for you.

And there’s no better time to have this conversation than now because the holidays are the time when we eat away from home more.

We get more invites to hang out with family and friends, maybe at a co-workers house, a school function for your kids, a neighbor gathering, a holiday party with acquaintances…

Living a life of eating for a healthy gut requires us to navigate the rough waters of meals away from home, especially in December.

When you’re a mom, you just can’t get away from it.

But it’s important that we look at the flip side these challenges as well. Sometimes it’s good for us to get out and socialize and finally get to partake in adult conversations. We just need to find a way to stay healthy while we do it.

In this episode, we’re diving deep with my ultimate (10 tip) guide to eating at a house that’s not your own.

Three Things You’ll Learn in This Episode

  • What’s a snack pack, why it’s an absolute must, and what goes in it
  • How to know if you need to bring is a side dish to share or the whole meal deal when you travel to someone’s house
  • The super sly, super pro tip to make every potluck event a success for your belly

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