Crohn’s disease most commonly develops in the small intestine as an inflammatory disease. Even though it is not fatal, it can lead to serious complications which might be fatal. Many patients do experience malnutrition because the damaged gastrointestinal tract can’t absorb enough nutrients.
Ulcerative Colitis is an inflammatory bowel disease, which causes irritation, inflammation, and ulcers in the intestine lining. With no permanent cure, people suffer from symptoms on and off throughout their life.
Do you wake up feeling like a balloon that will pop any minute? Like you’ve outgrown your favourite pair of pants almost overnight? You’re not alone. Over 31% of the population worldwide experiences bloating in the morning.
This episode features how Sibel has been able to heal from Ulcerative Colitis. Here is her story!!
Hey, Sibel here! I write this was so much excitement, as I had been visualising the day that I would be able to leave my “life after colitis” story! And here I am : )
Dr David Klein is a pioneer in the field of Self Healing Colitis and Crohn’s. He healed Ulcerative Colitis more than 30 years ago and lived a life of service helping thousands of people heal from Colitis and Crohn’s. We are very grateful to have been mentored by him and to be able to carry on the work he started.
Constipation is one of the most common symptoms of ulcerative colitis. Reportedly, 80% of the people who suffer from ulcerative colitis also suffer from constipation.
Constipation can be characterised by less than 3 bowel movements in a week. Another sign of ulcerative colitis constipation is passing hard and dry stool.
If you or your loved one suffers from Crohn’s disease, you’ve often heard that Crohn’s disease is chronic and incurable. You must be privy to frequent hospital visits and daily medicines that do little to change your condition. This leads you to believe there is no natural treatment for Crohn’s disease.
While most medical professionals swear by this method and have you convinced that there’s no alternative, this may not be accurate information.
Today’s guest on IBD Heal is Robyn Chuter and our topic for the show is the gut microbiome! Robyn and Shukul are going to do a deep dive into our gut friends and find out what it takes to create a healthy gut flora. We will also cover some of the dos and don’ts of how diet and medication use can affect our Microbiome.
Today’s episode is all about a raw vegan diet! We are speaking with Dr Areli who has been following a raw vegan diet, low in fat for a number of years and thriving. We discuss her journey and provide tips on following a raw vegan diet.
At least 8 out of 10,000 people suffer from Gastritis every year. When the mucosal lining of the stomach is inflamed, the condition is called Gastritis. Since gastritis affects the stomach lining and the stomach wall, it affects the entire process of digestion. Gastritis affects the body in many ways.