Posted on: Thursday, September 21st 2017 Written By: Ali Le Vere, B.S., B.S. Special thanks to Ali and GreenMedInfo. Original article can be found here: greenmedinfo.com/blog/proven-herbal-treatments-crohn-s-disease These evidence-based botanical medicines proven to induce or maintain remission in the debilitating inflammatory bowel disease known as Crohn’s offer hope to those resigned to a fate of life-altering … More Proven Herbal Treatments for Crohn’s Disease
Heading for my second resection surgery in 3 weeks and my goal is to purposely gain body fat. Studies suggest higher levels of body fat can reduce the effect of muscle catabolism (Ocobock, 2017). In theory, muscle tissue is very difficult to obtain and the body wants to retain it at all cost. Fat is … More 6 weight gaining tips and intentionally gaining body fat?
If you read my last post HEALTH UPDATE JULY 2017, I am currently on the waitlist for my second small bowel surgery. I have been suffering from bowel obstructions since being diagnosed with Crohn’s Disease in 2009. The bowel obstructions are caused by buildup of scar tissue in my small intestine called a stricture. Strictures … More THE BOWEL OBSTRUCTION DIET – Restricting my already restricted diet
I’ve wrote numerous posts on why I think the key to understanding auto-immune diseases is to further study the microbiome. The evidence continues to strengthen with a recently published study suggesting that high fat diets consisting of plant based fats such as cocoa butter and coconut oil may lead to changes in gut flora that … More New research suggesting high fat diets may reduce gut bacteria and Crohn’s Disease symptoms
It’s no secret that I am an avid green tea connoisseur. Tea is the second most consumed beverage in the world, only falling second to water. Green tea is something that I have been drinking almost daily for over 7 years with no plans of stopping anytime soon. The taste, smell, energy, focus and health … More 3 Benefits of Green Tea – My preferred pre-workout beverage
How often do you see someone trying to get fit by eating a “bro-diet” of chicken, rice and broccoli every day? Don’t get me wrong, I love chicken and rice as much as the next guy but dieting or working towards your goal doesn’t have to involve eating the same thing 6 times a day. … More The Importance of Varying your Protein Sources
If you work an office job chances are you probably have a difficult time staying active when putting in long shifts at the office. Even if you’re a fitness freak, working long hours can derail your goals faster than that box of Tim Horton’s donuts that your co-worker brings in every Monday. Not everyone aspires … More 7 Tips for staying fit while working an office job