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. …
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, …
Matt: “I just need to borrow a little bit of your healthy… ecology. I mean, we kiss right?” Michelle: “OK, if you want to dig my dookie out of the toilet, be my guest. I want nothing to do with it and I don’t want to know about it!” *laughter* Matt Robinson, Ulcerative Colitis Patient …
Reid shares his impressions of the Ancestral Health Symposium and wonders if there are enough “Paleo Coaches” in the Paleo community to help the thousands suffering from chronic health conditions to adopt a healthier Paleo lifestyle.
Reid gives several quick updates and thoughts in rapid fire.
Here’s your chance to forward your most pressing questions to the director of the film, WANTED: Crohn’s End so that he can be your voice and get your questions answered.
Reid talks about the importance of food from local, organic farms has had on his healing from Crohn’s disease. Unfortunately, farms are vanishing and so is the medicine that many with digestive conditions need.
Reid writes about the successful Kickstater fundraiser for the documentary.
Reid wrote an article for MyEugene.org, a local community news site, about WANTED: Crohn’s End and the Kickstarter.com fundraiser.