Reid gives a production and health update for the month of Feb through the middle of March.
The medical establishment today reminds me of the Catholic Church in the days of the Inquisition, rigid, all-knowing, and yet with compassion for no one. Yes, there are still good and even great individual physicians, but their hands are ligatured by politics.
You’ve probably heard about probiotics and seen it advertised on TV. The health benefits, especially for those with digestive conditions can be dramatic. A great way to get probiotics is through yogurt and Reid explains how to make your own at home.
We all have dreams, here’s my IBD dream.
Reid discusses a piece by Michael Pollan that is optimistic about the food system in American undergoing some much needed reforms.
Reid discusses the surprising results he had after eating several different kinds of breads.
Reid shares a quote from his friend and certified health counselor Emily J. Butler about how the health care system doesn’t help the chronically ill and underpaid to help themselves.
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 shares his timeline for healing from Crohn’s disease using diet and lifestyle changes.
Reid points readers to a blog post about the harmful chemicals found in processed meat.