Inflammatory bowel disease, namely Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, can devastate your life. At one end, it leaves you with embarrassingly frequent trips to the bathroom, leaving long trips, the commute to work and just about any social situation awkward. When severe, prolonged hospital stays, long courses of steroids, dangerous and expensive immune suppressing drugs and surgery to remove portions of your gut can and do occur.
It doesn’t have to be this way. There are answers and this eBook will show them to you.
Many of the topics discussed in this book may be new to you and may never have been brought up by your personal physician or gastroenterologist. Unfortunately, there is a veritable chasm between the medical research and what gastroenterologists seem to share with their patients. The “standard” recommendations are usually decades behind the research I will be sharing with you. This is why every single comment is backed up by supporting medical research.
It is my hope that the concepts and ideas given in this book are going to help your understanding of your condition as well as help in improving your health as it relates to preventing and managing inflammatory bowel disease. There are many tools that can positively impact the health of your gut.
I’m also introducing tools, called “Dr. Bogash's Recommendations,” which will give you 3 things you can do right away to improve your gut health.
In this eBook you are going to learn:
1. The potential long term effects of having inflammatory bowel disease.
2. How diet plays a role in the management of IBD.
3. The ONE supplement that is absolutely critical in IBD.
4. How to predict your risk of a relapse.
5. Other treatment options.
|Publisher:||James Bogash, DC|
|File size:||268 KB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
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Im very upset that i paid for six pages of nothing but a moral review on book sharing.... nothing about ibd,, not worth one star....scam
I haven't read the book but I am assuming that a 13 year old girl would need something more at her level of maturity to fully understand what may be going on with her but I am certain her parents may appreciate it. If the parents can't afford college, tell them to fill out a FAFSA and she should be able to attend at least a community college, which is way cheaper and with the same degree opportunities. The son also may need to look into a smaller wedding, we had a pot luck and close family and friends. I would suggest to the parents to not make the 13 year old feel like a burden because of her illnesss, the illness is a burden in itself and she will need all the love and support she can get.
I am wondering whether or not this book would be of any help to my best friend's good friend, who is 13 and has Crohn's disease. She has been moved from hospital to hospital, for after a while every doctor gave up on her. I would like to help her. Her family is broke, her sister hoping to get into a college but has no money, and her brother is getting married. So i guess my question is: would this book help give her an idea on how much longer she has left or should we just try to make her as comfortable as possible?