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.
While dietary changes are the most effective way to improve health, it is the hardest to do. Reid shares his wisdom and advice in order to make that change, because you deserve it all, especially your health.
I am seeking a skilled graphic designer and animator to help me improve the visual look of my animated sequences in my documentary, WANTED: Crohn’s End. The documentary is about empowered patients with Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis who use controversial alternative treatments when nothing else works.
There’s a new documentary in production! The Crohn’s Moans by Ivana Bosek has a Kickstarter fundraiser you may want to consider backing.
Reid answers a question from someone asking if one can ever feel ‘done’ healing from IBD.
Reid shares three hypothetical configurations of the 5-R Framework plus his own for the management and treatment of Inflammatory Bowel Disease.
I am looking for volunteers who can spearhead an effort to identify filmmaking grants I can apply for in order to get additional funding. The additional funding will help me finish the documentary. Perhaps we’ll even form a small grant research and writing team if needed. If you are interested in helping, send an email […]
You mean it’s so hard to find the mythical perfect [Human Microbiota] donor. They don’t exist because we don’t know what that looks like on a detailed level. Everyone has pathogenic microbes. They are necessary because it’s the COMMUNITY that matters, not the individual members. Every healthy community, from microbes to men, needs the superstars […]
Isn’t it ironic that now you have to be rich to eat like a peasant? A few hundred years ago you had to be poor to eat food from your own land. All the really fattening deserts and whatever were reserved for people who had money for those things. The confections, and pastries. Matt Robinson, […]
A friend of mine posted this picture of a sign in a McDonald’s joint and I think it’s an excellent example of what NOT to do, especially if you have inflammatory bowel disease.