With summer officially upon us, barbecue season is in full swing. That means blue skies, sunshine and making merry memories. Whether you’re invited to a backyard shindig, spending a day at the beach or enjoying fresh air at the park, summer grilling is filling up your weekend schedule.
But even with the promise of summer fun, some of us opt out of these types of activities because of the spread. The threat of grilled foods and other barbecue fixings halts participation due to gastrointestinal conditions, such as:
With these types of conditions, eating certain foods may agitate the gastrointestinal tract, resulting in an unpleasant onset of symptoms that causes social anxiety.
Thankfully, there is hope. Rather than giving up on the barbecue experience, customize it to fit what you need to keep your digestive system healthy.
That’s where we come in. This summer, the Digestive Healthcare Center (DHC) Grill Master has everything you need to keep your grilling experience from being a wash with our Tame Your Flame summer grilling series. Our Grill Master will provide you with recipes, tips and important information to keep you from missing out on all of the grilling fun in the sun.
At DHC, our gastroenterologists are dedicated to helping patients effectively manage their conditions. Let us provide you with the tools you need to keep your digestive tract healthy and happy.
For more information on what our summer grilling series has to offer or to schedule an appointment with one of our specialists, contact DHC today.
At Digestive Healthcare Center, we want each patient at our three offices in New Jersey to feel confident about their digestive health. We encourage you to contact us today to make an appointment with one of our expert gastroenterologists – don’t wait to start putting your digestive health first!
Learn more about all things digestive health and wellness by checking out our recent gastroenterology blogs.
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