ARTICLE: SPECIAL DIETS CAN HEIGHTEN TENSIONS AT THE HOLIDAY DINNER TABLE

CrossFit:

As many reps as possible in 15 mins of:
Burpee Box Jump Over, 24/20 in, 5 mins
Rest 5 mins
Shuttle Run, 10 m, 4 mins
Rest 4 mins
Power Clean, 155/105 lbs, 3 mins
Rest 3 mins
Wall Ball, 30/20 lbs, 2 mins
Rest 2 mins
Pull-up, 1 min

Rx:
5 minutes of max rep Burpee Box Jump Overs, 24/20″
5 minutes rest
4 minutes of max rep 10m Shuttle run
4 minutes rest
3 minutes of max rep Power Clean (Pick Weight), Guys 95-115-135-155/Girls 65-75-95-105
3 minutes rest
2 minutes of off Wall Balls, 20/14 (SofF 30/20)
2 minutes rest
1 minute to complete one set of max unbroken Pull ups

Performance:
5 minutes of max rep Burpee Box Jump Overs, 24/20″
5 minutes rest
4 minutes of max rep 10m Shuttle run
4 minutes rest
3 minutes of max rep Power Clean, 75/55
3 minutes rest
2 minutes of off Wall Balls, 14/10
2 minutes rest
1 minute to complete one set of max unbroken Banded Pull ups or Ring Rows

Fitness:
5 minutes of max rep Burpee Box Jump Overs, 24/20″
5 minutes rest
4 minutes of max rep 10m Shuttle run
4 minutes rest
3 minutes of max rep Power Clean, 45-65/35-45
3 minutes rest
2 minutes of off Wall Balls, 10/6
2 minutes rest
1 minute to complete one set of max unbroken Ring Rows

Article:

Lisa Yates has a 13-year-old who cannot eat nuts and an 18-year-old who will not eat gluten. When the family hops on a train on Thursday to visit relatives for Thanksgiving, Ms. Yates will be carrying nut-free chocolate, gluten-free banana bread and two containers of stuffing – a nut-free version and a gluten-free version.

“It’s challenging, but you get used to it,” said Ms. Yates, a community development consultant from New York City who has instructed her sister, who is hosting the holiday in Virginia, to send her pictures of the ingredient labels of all the foods she’s using.

Ms. Yates has plenty of company. One in six parents has a teenager who has tried either a vegetarian, gluten-free, vegan or paleo diet within the last two years, according to a new survey of 910 parents of teenagers from the University of Michigan C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital. The parents were a nationally representative sample, and all had at least one child between 13 and 18.

Many of the parents said they believed the diets were good for their child’s health, but that they found the restrictions challenging and often stressful, said Sarah Clark, co-director of the poll and lead author of the report on it.

Special diets can be a source of tension during the holidays, the survey found, and over half of parents whose teenagers follow special diets said the diets caused conflict at family gatherings.

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