Saturday , June 24 2017

Watch The Video: This Teen Healed His Crohn’s With Cannabis

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Originally published by Illegally Healed, this interview shares the story of 16-year-old Coltyn Turner. Coltyn is a Crohn’s patient who has successfully put his disease into remission with cannabis. His story is nothing short of amazing and is worth eight minutes of your time. Without further ado, here’s how Coltyn healed his …

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7 Things People With Crohn’s Disease Want You To Know

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  Diarrhea. Abdominal pain. Joint pain. Fatigue. Anemia. Weight loss. Those are just a few of the symptoms that come with a diagnosis of Crohn’s disease, the inflammatory bowel disease that can cause irritation anywhere in the digestive tract. “It’s an abnormal immune response to your own gut bacteria,” David …

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Can a Gluten-Free Diet Help Crohn’s Disease?

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A gluten-free diet contains no wheat, barley or rye. Gluten is a protein that causes serious side effects for people with celiac disease. Some people are sensitive to gluten, and, for these people, limiting or removing gluten from their diet may be beneficial. However, a gluten-free diet might not be …

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List of Most Easily Digestible Foods With Crohn’s

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Crohn’s disease is a chronic digestive disorder that causes inflammation of the intestinal tract. Symptoms of Crohn’s are stomach cramps, nausea, vomiting, bloody or watery diarrhea, fever, anemia, fatigue and weight loss. Because Crohn’s affects the digestive system, certain foods may trigger or worsen the symptoms of the disease. The …

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Researchers May Have Finally Identified The Cause Of Crohn’s Disease

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For the 565,000 Americans who suffer from Crohn’s disease, the inflammatory bowel condition that causes abdominal pain, diarrhea, weight loss and fatigue, promising new research could mean better treatments are on the horizon. The authors of the study, published in the journal mBio, identified a fungus and two bacteria that may be responsible for the development of Crohn’s. Researchers …

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10 Daily Habits to Help You Avoid a Crohn’s Flare

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Focus on Food, Fitness, and Medications Having Crohn’s disease doesn’t mean you have to deal with frequent flares for the rest of your life. “A healthy lifestyle is vital in managing Crohn’s disease symptoms and staying in remission,” says Torey Armul, RDN, a national spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition …

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What Eye Problems are Typical With Crohn’s Disease?

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People often associate Crohn’s disease with intestinal problems, but Crohn’s, which causes chronic inflammation leading to diarrhea and abdominal pain, can also cause inflammation in various parts of the eye. Eye problems affect around 10 percent of people with Crohn’s disease, the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America states. Eye …

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Can Coconut Oil Help Manage Crohn’s Disease?

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Some believe coconut oil has powerful healing effects that can help people with Crohn’s disease. Nutritionists often recommend adding coconut oil to the diet when a person suffers from a digestive disorder, though concrete scientific evidence that this works still is lacking. The theory is that the oil can reduce …

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Can Coconut Oil Help Manage Crohn’s Disease?

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Some believe coconut oil has powerful healing effects that can help people with Crohn’s disease. Nutritionists often recommend adding coconut oil to the diet when a person suffers from a digestive disorder, though concrete scientific evidence that this works still is lacking. The theory is that the oil can reduce …

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10 Ways to Avoid a Crohn’s Disease Flare

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  Focus on Food, Fitness, and Medications Having Crohn’s disease doesn’t mean you have to deal with frequent flares for the rest of your life. “A healthy lifestyle is vital in managing Crohn’s disease symptoms and staying in remission,” says Torey Armul, RDN, a national spokesperson for the Academy of …

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