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IBS Diet Tips — Eat This, Not That

Inflammatory bowel syndrome (IBS) occurs when some or all of the intestinal tract becomes inflamed. Ulcerative colitis affects the large intestine, but Crohn’s disease can cause inflammation at any part of the intestine. Although IBS symptoms can make life miserable, there is hope to be found through creating an IBS [...]

Eat This, Not That: Gluten-Free Substitutes For Your Favorite Foods

Whether you have found out that you have celiac disease, suffer from gluten sensitivity, or your doctor has recommended that you try to limit or eliminate gluten from your diet for inflammatory bowel disease or another chronic condition, finding delicious and healthy food to eat instead of gluten can feel [...]

18 Unexpected Sources Of Gluten

Celiac disease is a serious autoimmune condition that affects approximately two million people in the U.S. A celiac flare-up can cause debilitating symptoms such as: Chronic diarrhea Abdominal pain and bloating Fatigue Skin rashes Neurologic symptoms (seizures, numbness in extremities, or tingling hands, feet, and legs) Long-term, celiac disease flare-ups [...]

Our 10 Favorite Gluten-Free Food Blogs

These days, more people are going gluten-free. More than just a fad or a trend, eliminating gluten from your diet can result in: Less inflammation in the joints: Gluten has been linked to inflammation in the joints, exacerbating conditions like arthritis. Help with chronic pain: Those with fibromyalgia have reported [...]

3 New Insights Into Crohn’s Disease From Research

Crohn’s disease is an inflammatory bowel disease that affects 700,000 people in the U.S. Men and women are diagnosed with Crohn’s disease in equal number, but the disease is more prevalent in adolescents and adults ages 15-35. Recent research on Crohn’s disease is uncovering more potential risk factors, causes, and [...]

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