If you're like me, and you have Crohn's / UC, there's a good chance that your diet could use some improvement. We've all seen articles and books about how important it is to eat right. A.) What should we be puttting in our bodies? What foods are good; what foods are bad? Like many, I … Continue reading Making Dietary Changes: Small Steps Can Lead to Great Change
This is one of the books I'd like to say is crucial to anyone who is thinking of trying cannabis medicinally to treat Crohn's / UC / inflammatory bowel disease symptoms. You hear a lot about CBD from other more recent books. This book was written in '96 and touches on a lot of things … Continue reading ‘The Benefits of Marijuana: Physical, Psychological & Spiritual’ by Joan Bello
I just feel so sick of waking up, feeling just good (not bad) enough to get through another day. I feel either too exhausted or too anxious to answer my doctor's medical assistant's phone call's so she can help get me started on a medication that I don't want to be on in the first … Continue reading Tired of Feeling Sick & Tired
With our healthcare system under such tremendous strain, it's more difficult now than ever...
Courtesy of CrohnsAnonymous.com According to CrohnsDisease.com, about 80% of people with Crohn's disease will have a perianal abscess at least once. However, like ostomy's, who wants to talk about that, right? It might be the best-kept secret in the Crohn's disease community. But if it's part of your disease, you have to find a way … Continue reading What No One with CD/UC Wants to Talk About
"What do you do when your surgeons tell you all traditional medicine options have been exhausted, and your choices or ostomy or get rid of inflammation? Oh yeah, those same surgeons, refuse to write any sort of alternative prescriptions for you, so you began to e passed around like a hot potato. Each doctor telling you to see another doctor, who tells you, "No, you need a specialist in xyz." Until you've gone full circle, and you are back at square one."
The Anti-inflammatory diet is key in keeping your disease symptoms to a minimum.
The hospital doctors and nurses ran frantically into and out of the small room I found myself in. I had never seen such organized chaos from my place in the hospital bed. Little did I know it then, but I had just traveled the longest, most expensive 50 miles, by ambulance to the nearest hospital. … Continue reading My Story: PT. I Dude, Not Cool.
The Research Doesn't Lie. Take a look for yourself.