Patrick Miller created a new SCD resource website that contains links to many websites, blogs, a social forums to help you with implementing the SCD.
Just in time for Valentines Day (rolls eyes), the NY Times has a fascinating article about microbes and love. Susan Erdman, a microbiologist at M.I.T. says that microbes can make our skin smooth and hair shiny, making us more attractive to others. Male mice fed probiotics from human breast milk even developed oversized testicles, which […]
WANTED: Crohn’s End will be on the big screen at Regal Cinemas Valley River Center in Eugene, OR.
This post is about reinoculating your intestines with homemade yogurt. This will help you to provide healthy probiotics to your gut, improving immune system function, and digestion. In the end it may help you better manage your Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis.
In this video I interview my buddy Jake who has ulcerative colitis. He reached out to me and tonight returned to the ice after regaining his health.
Low dose Naltrexone This post is about repairing your intestines with Low dose Naltrexone. This will help you to rebalance your immune system function and develop a healthy layer of gut mucosa. In the end it may help you better manage your Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis. About the 5R Blog Posts These posts are […]
Meghan Telpner was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease in 2006. She became empowered and a lot of what she did falls into the 5R Healing IBD Framework.
Are toxic relationships fucking up your Crohn’s or ulcerative colitis? You can REMOVE them to reduce stress and better manage your health.
In 2010, I had this crazy dream to make a feature length documentary about empowered patients with Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. At the time the odds were not in my favor because I had made only one video in a college multimedia class. I knew it would take a while to make, but not six years. […]
In a few short years, we’ve come a long way towards making medical marijuana for Crohn’s disease more accessible and less criminalized. There’s still more progress to be made for other alternative treatments.