Suffering From Crohn's Disease? You're Not Alone!Ready To Take Control Of Your Crohn's Diseases - Naturally?
Suffering From Crohn's Disease? You're Not Alone!
Ready To Take Control Of Your Crohn's Diseases - Naturally?

Understanding The Autoimmune Disorder Crohns Disease

Crohn’s disease is a systemic inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) of unknown cause, that results in chronic inflammation of the intestinal tract. It can affect the entire gastrointestinal tract from mouth to anus, and can also cause complications outside of the gastrointestinal tract. The incidence of Crohn’s disease in North America is 6:100 Read more
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Travel Tips For People With Crohns Disease

Although Crohn’s Disease is a difficult disorder, you should not keep yourself from living the best life possible because you suffer from this disorder. You should continue in your life as you would without Crohn’s, although a few more precautions may be necessary. When traveling, this will ensure a smooth and enjoyable trip. The first [...] Read more
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Parenting Guide To Crohns Disease In Children

Any type of chronic disorder may be especially difficult for a child to cope with. Likewise, being a parent to such a child may leave you feeling helpless and cheated. Unfortunately, the presence of Crohn’s Disease will not be any easier to bear or deal with, as it has particularly unpleasant side effects. Crohn’s Disease [...] Read more
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Lifestyle Changes For Those With Crohns Disease

Life can be made considerably more complicated with the onset of Crohn’s Disease; however, with certain lifestyle changes, it can be managed to decrease day to day stress due to the disorder. Although diet does not cause or cure the disease, it has been proven that certain foods may increase symptoms of Crohn’s, while others [...] Read more
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Emotional Stress And Crohns Disease How They Relate

For years, many people have argued that forms of Inflammatory Bowel Disease, including Crohn’s Disease, is caused by emotional stress, tension, and anxiety; this, however, is completely inaccurate. While there may be links to emotional stress and Crohn’s Disease, it is not a cause of the disorder. A common misconception is that Inflammatory Read more

Pancreatic Diseases – Alcoholic Pancreatitis

An Introduction to Alcohol and the Pancreas It is important to have a healthy pancreas for overall good health. But the heavy use of alcohol is terrible for the pancreas. In fact, alcoholism and the consistent over-consumption of alcohol can prompt an attack of acute pancreatitis. The symptoms of acute pancreatitis include acute abdominal pain, Read more

Paleo, Primal, SCD, GAPS: Which Diet Is Best for Autoimmune Illness?

Do not lie. When you first heard of the "caveman diet", you scoffed did not you? Or perhaps you grunted a little. Sure sounded like another fad diet. I personally would've named it Encino Diet with Brendan Fraisier as posterboy to make it more competitive with Atkins, but hey caveman marketing is a bit primitive. [...] Read more

Andreas Moritz on Vitamin B12 – Digestion, Absorption, and Herbivores

This article is based on a video by Andreas Moritz, called Debunking Vitamin B12, which I found interesting and reasonably informative, so I thought, I want to know more. I was particularly interested in vitamin B-12 for my own health reasons, since finding my energy better after cutting back on meat, fish and high-fat dairy [...] Read more

Diet Concept in Ayurveda

Agni is the chief protector of the body.Food is the fuel for internal fire (Agni). Food and drinks if taken in proper manner promote growth, life, intelligence and health.There are seven factors which should be considered for selecting and eating the food. A. FACTORS RELATED TO FOOD 1.Svabhava (Natural Quality) 2.Samyoga (Combination) 3.Samskara Read more

Some Hard Facts About Hyper-Acidity!

Almost every one of us experiences acidity or heartburn some times or the other. Blame it on faulty diet or lack of exercise, hyperacidity is one of the commonest conditions we observe in medical practice. The condition gives rise to heartburn (burning in chest), loss of appetite, vomiting sensation, nausea, vague discomfort or pain in [...] Read more

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA)

Assuming all of the appropriate criteria are met, an employee suffering from Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) can request a reasonable accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) from his or her employer. This is a modification to some aspect of the job that will allow the employee to perform the essential job functions more [...] Read more

Akalize Or Die

As I continue my research for Natural Cancer Cures, I decided to review a wonderful book that was given to me by my friend about six years ago: "Alkalize or Die". The author, Dr. Baroody, is quite accomplished in his education and studies, being a Chiropractor, a Naturopathic Doctor, as well as a Ph.D in [...] Read more

The Most Common Causes of Yeast Infection

Adult humans have 3 to 4 pounds of beneficial bacteria, numbering about 70 trillion individual organisms, living in our digestive system. Yeast is present in every one of us. The shear strength in numbers of the beneficial bacteria keeps yeast in check. They are in charge and make yeast produce vitamins, such as the B [...] Read more

Acid Reflux Disease – When It's Not Just Heartburn Anymore

Acid reflux is also known as gastroesophageal reflux disease and no matter what you call it, this one is a real pain! Persistent, frequent heartburn occurring more than twice a week and often lasting two hours or more can be an early indicator of something more serious than simple heartburn. It could be acid reflux. [...] Read more

A Brief Overview of Mouth Ulcers Causes

A mouth ulcer is either an open sore, developed on the inner side of the mouth or a laceration in the mucous membrane of the mouth. Mostly they have a small and round appearance. They can cause serious pain and can really impede you oral activities. Their two main types are aphthous ulcers (canker sores) [...] Read more

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