Are toxic relationships fucking up your Crohn’s or ulcerative colitis? You can REMOVE them to reduce stress and better manage your health.
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.
Reid answers a question from someone asking if one can ever feel ‘done’ healing from IBD.
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.
Happy Valentines Day! Which reminds me, yesterday was my 17th year anniversary with Crohn’s disease. I want to say to the universe, thanks for the memories! Without Crohn’s I would not have found my latest passion, video production. I would not have learned about how to transcend pain and suffering into an opportunity to become […]
Whenever someone with IBD says they wish to heal themselves so they can eat whatever they want, I get disappointed because if they understood what most of the Western world eats, it is not in fact healthy, real food.
Reid announces that he is available for health coaching if you are wanting to overcome your inflammatory bowel disease.
The CCFA has some travel tips for people with inflammatory bowel diseases. Reid shares some of his personal tips too.
What are Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis like for patients?
The physical pain of Inflammatory Bowel Disease is a big enough load to carry without having to add in mental anguish. Part of your healing journey is finding ways to see the positives in having IBD.