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Easy Tips How to Deal With Crohn’s Disease

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Easy Tips How to Deal With Crohn’s Disease. Medicine is heavily tied in with pharmacy companies, these greatly profit from selling expensive drugs! It does not make sense for the medical community to advise any form of alternative medicine that does not help a biased understanding of the disease model. Vitamin therapy has been used for many years at very high doses to cure many health issues. Did you know, Niacin at 3000mg has reduced depression, heart disease, joint problems, high cholesterol and many other issues? Many Nobel Prize winners have studied vitamin therapy but most of it has been lost because high doses have not been prescribed. Big business wants to make you ill and keep you an unhappy consumer. The cancer industry in the USA is worth over 225 billion a year, how much do you really think they want to cure Cancer with these kinds of profits? Think and things become clear, you need to take control of health, you don’t need to be a doctor to know that toxic food causes many of today’s illnesses.

First time I hear it, must be awful. I don’t know how much people suffer from it here in my country, but I’m sure many diseases are provoked by this terrible lifestyle we have nowadays. We got to take it easy. Keep fighting girl; you were lucky you got treatment. I feel sorry for those who can’t. I was diagnosed with Crohns in 2005 at the age of 39. My Large Bowel perforated in 2009. I have an Ileostomy. Now I have Crohns in my Small bowel. Yes some foods irritate it so you learn what not to eat. I don’t eat veggies, but some fruits are ok. Plus I’m overweight because of other health problems. People expect Crohns sufferers to be skinny. That’s not always the way.

Amazing to see you talking about such a taboo subject in the Asian society. I also have an ileostomy bag due to ulcerative colitis. And recently underwent surgery to make my bag permanent. Stoma bag is an artificial stomach (or waste collection bag), correct? Again, full internal surgery is better than otherwise, so I’ve read, as a bag prevents one from easily wearing most clothing, is embarrassing, and can be disgusting due to odor upon emptying. I know people with Crohn’s disease & ulcerative colitis, but don’t know much other than it’s more than gluten intolerance.

I have ulcerative colitis, I had a lower GI bleed a few month’s ago, it was terrible, I thought that I was going to bleed to death all that I was told after a colonoscopy was that I had internal hems. But that’s not where the bleeding was coming from it wasn’t looked at any further..I don’t know what’s going on.

Sick of people saying it’s all down to changing diet and exercise!!! It’s an auto immune disorder. Yes changes to your diet can help but I assure you I cannot eat any type of fruit or vegetables without suffering with horrendous tummy pain. I have fruit smoothies to try and help. And exercise?! Due to fistulas (a complication of Crohn’s disease) I cannot do any type of exercise at present. What about those people who are severely anemic as a result from ibd and the digestive system not being able to absorb any nutrients

 My son was diagnosed at 19 when he was playing college football. He was terribly sick for a long time. But at 27, he has learned to manage it with diet, exercise and one pill a day. Out of that experience and his sports interest, he developed a fitness training business that is taking off. Eating processed food and bad food choices in general exacerbate the problem. Eating clean causes symptoms to lessen and unwanted surgery. Humira & Steroids are used but they cause harm long term.

 

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