Living With Crohn’s Disease: Coping With and Reducing Flares

Crohn’s disease is an inflammatory bowel condition that can affect any part of a person’s gastrointestinal tract. Living with crohn’s disease is a journey. It’s a lifelong and chronic disease that tends to alternate between periods of symptom flare-ups and relatively stable periods. The flare-ups can last for days, weeks, and...

Learn About Crohn’s Disease: What You Need To Know After A Crohn’s Disease Diagnosis

Were you recently diagnosed with Crohn’s disease? Do you suffer from the sometimes debilitating effects? Your life probably feels upside down. You might even fear that it’ll never be the same. A Crohn’s disease diagnosis is life-altering. Nothing will help you more than thoroughly educating yourself! Learn everything important about...

Crohn’s Disease Study Vitamin D Associated with Reduced Risk of Surgery

Crohn’s Disease Study Vitamin D Associated with Reduced Risk of Surgery

Vitamin D may have an immunological role in Crohn’s disease (CD) and ulcerative colitis (UC). Retrospective studies suggested a weak association between vitamin D status and disease activity but have significant limitations. Read Study.

Nutritional Yeast In Recipes

Recommend those with Crohn’s disease or hidradenitis suppurativa avoid nutritional yeast.

Microscopic Colitis & Magnesium Deficiency

Bowel disease, microscopic colitis is just one type of 65 conditions associated with a deficiency of magnesium. Magnesium deficiency slows down bowel peristalsis, causing constipation, which can lead to toxicity as well as symptoms of colitis, microscopic colitis, irritable bowel syndrome or IBS, diverticulitis, and Crohn’s disease. Dr. Carolyn...

Why You Should Be Taking Probiotics for Crohn’s Disease

Close to 800,000 people suffer from Crohn’s Disease in the United States. Each year the number of people diagnosed is increasing. Though there’s no cure for Crohn’s, there are ways to make it manageable and to tame flare-ups. Many treatment options exist, but one popular alternative is probiotics. What are...

Crohn’s Disease and Travel: The Top Traveling Tips for Those With Crohn’s Disease

Experts estimate that between 593,000 and 780,000 people in the United States currently suffer from Crohn’s disease. Are you part of this group? Do you have a big trip coming up in the near future? Traveling with Crohn’s disease can be tricky. Being in a new place, eating new food,...