Discover the Best Ulcerative Colitis Diet
The following is a comment left by one of my readers, Lisa. As she says, she decided to publish her comment with a hope that her husband’s experience with Flare Stopper Book can help others. Lisa’s comment is being presented in full and without any changes (except adding color). “I’m not one to leave review […]
The Best Electrolyte Drink During a Flare
When you are in a flare, or just experience chronic diarrhea, you are losing life sustaining electrolytes at alarming rate. That is why doctors offer commercial electrolyte drinks, such as Gatorade for adults or Pedialyte for children, to prevent dehydration and life–threatening electrolyte dis-balance. On the surface, it sounds good and should resolve the problem. […]
One Minute Tasty Breakfast Recipe for People with Colitis, Crohn’s, Celiac and Gastritis
Heavenly Chia Seed Pudding When I don’t have time to prepare breakfast in the morning, this quick and super delicious pudding provides enough protein, fiber and healthy omega-3 fatty acids to keep me working and running until early lunch. I like to prepare this chia seed pudding at night, so I have it all ready […]
Get Informed and Entertained: Food Safety Report
This Video is Courtesy of Healing Foods Company April’s FDA Recall Recap. Highlights: – Dead bat(s) in Fresh Express Organic Spring Salad Mix – Oysters with Norovirus – P. Diddy collaborates with Nursery rhyme legend Peter Piper? – Robin Hood Flour e.Coli scare – Hash browns tainted with golf balls.
IBS/IBD = Low Vitamin D ? A first Study that Links low Levels of Vitamin D to IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome)
What I have been suspecting for years observing patients with IBS, has been finally proven by a scientific study! The Molecular Gastroenterology Research Group of the University of Sheffield discovered that out of 51 patients with IBS, 82% had low levels of vitamin D. Researchers “suggest that vitamin D testing and supplementation could help many […]
Colonoscopy – No More! New non-invasive Alternative
Nobody likes to go through colonoscopies (except the doctors who perform them on you, of course). But colonoscopy is an excellent screening tool that is sometimes absolutely necessary for some people. However, the key words here are “sometimes” and “for some people.” So, should you start dropping your pants immediately after your doctor recommends colonoscopy […]
This Type of Travel can Raise your Risk for a Flare in Ulcerative Colitis & Cronh’s Disease
Researchers from Triemli Hospital in Zurich, Switzerland have discovered that flying or traveling to high-altitude locations seems to increase the risk for flares in people with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). This discovery was presented on 5/20/2012 at Digestive Disease Week at San Diego Convention Center. “Our most striking finding was a statistically significant correlation between […]
Can high fiber diet be a curse or a cure for ulcerative proctitis, colitis and IBS?
One of my readers wrote to me the following comment. (I am posting just a part of her comment ). Lyza writes: I have ulcerative proctitis and arthritis–two seemingly conflicting diseases in the food world when it comes to dietary plans!!! This was incredibly informative…thanks for sharing. I will explain to you what I have […]
Chewing your way to Health: Liquefy or Die
ATTENTION: Important for Patients with Gut Problems (IBS, Colitis/Crohn’s and Stomach Ulcers) Did you ever think why hospitals feed their patients intravenously? It’s because nutrients are only absorbed by your body when in liquid form. Have you ever left the table feeling tired and bloated? You are not chewing properly! Chewing is an important, yet oftentimes overlooked, […]
Raw Food Diet. 5 Quick Tips on How to Avoid Bloating and Diarrhea.
Q: My Daughters and I have been on a vegan, wheat, glutten, sugar(even fruit) and dairy free diet for just 2 days so far, not 100% Raw but very close. however today we all experience really bad bloating and visiting the rest room too often. any tips on how to ease this discomfort? A: Galina […]