Gut that just wont improve? Could it be IBD (Inflammatory Bowel Disease)?

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8 thoughts on “Gut that just wont improve? Could it be IBD (Inflammatory Bowel Disease)?

  1. Have you come across research specific to Chron’s in regards to maintenance therapy.
    What about best probiotic?

    What are your thoughts about recommending the aloe vera and curcumin dosing to a Chron’s pt .

    Thanks!

    1. Hi Sophia,
      We did a entire podcast/post on IBD which may help. Prebiotics should be used with caution, they may make some worse. Curcumin and aloe have been shown to be helpful.
      Hope this helps!

  2. Have you come across research specific to Chron’s in regards to maintenance therapy.
    What about best probiotic?

    What are your thoughts about recommending the aloe vera and curcumin dosing to a Chron’s pt .

    Thanks!

    1. Hi Sophia,
      We did a entire podcast/post on IBD which may help. Prebiotics should be used with caution, they may make some worse. Curcumin and aloe have been shown to be helpful.
      Hope this helps!

  3. Hi Michael,
    I have been diagnosed with a “mild” case of UC (Ulcerative Proctitis to be precise) 10 years ago in March. I have managed my condition through various diets (SCD, GAPS, AIP, etc.) and supplements with zero meds. Only eat organic foods from a local farm and make my own sour kraut. However, no matter what I do I seem to get a slight flare every March. Have you ever come across somebody with seasonal flares and any idea what may cause this?
    Just wanted to say that I’m a massive fan of yours and cannot wait for your new book! I’m in the UK.
    Many thanks!
    Katalin

  4. Hi Michael,
    I have been diagnosed with a “mild” case of UC (Ulcerative Proctitis to be precise) 10 years ago in March. I have managed my condition through various diets (SCD, GAPS, AIP, etc.) and supplements with zero meds. Only eat organic foods from a local farm and make my own sour kraut. However, no matter what I do I seem to get a slight flare every March. Have you ever come across somebody with seasonal flares and any idea what may cause this?
    Just wanted to say that I’m a massive fan of yours and cannot wait for your new book! I’m in the UK.
    Many thanks!
    Katalin

    1. Thanks Katalin!
      Book protocol should help, but this seasonal flare might due to histamine. Try a low histamine diet in Feb and March and see if this prevents/helps.

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