Reid gives a mid January update to the fundraiser and talks about new research.
Dean Ornish speaks for three minutes at a TED conference with the important message that your genetics are not your fate. It’s your lifestlye, which can change the expression of your genetics (epigenetics) that determines your fate.
Reid shares an article talking about laughter releasing endorphins in the body to reduce pain. This news is comparable to low-dose naltrexone tricking the body to produce extra endorphins, which has been shown to be effective in treating Crohn’s disease.
Reid shares an inspiring quote for those hoping to overcome their digestive condition.
Reid gives several quick updates and thoughts in rapid fire.
Learn how to participate in a study being done by Rush University to find out how the Specific Carbohydrate Diet works for Crohn’s and colitis patients.