Monthly Archives September 2020

Case Study: Camel Milk allows full stop of Entocort steroid and not needing Humira

A case study published in the American Journal of Gastroenterology showed that a 22-year-old patient with moderate to severe Crohn’s Disease showed significant improvement from this milk. For this article, I’ll call this man John. His Crohn’s Disease Activity Index(CDAI) score of 400. According to the Merck Manual, his CDAI reveals mild to moderately active Crohns’ Disease 0 to 149 points:  Asymptomatic remission 150 to 220 points: Mildly to moderately active Crohn’s disease 221 to 450 points: Moderately to severely active Crohn’s disease 451 to 1100 points: Severely active to fulminant disease John had watery diarrhea and left-sided abdominal pain.
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Categories: Arthritis, Case Study, Colonoscopy, Crohn's Disease, DIAGNOSIS, DIAGNOSTIC TESTING, Digestive, EAT, Enemas, Inflammation, Leaky Gut, Nutrition, Pharmaceuticals, RESEARCH, Stomach Ache, STORIES-OF-HOPE, SYMPTOMS, TREATMENT, and Ulcerative Colitis.

Project Baseline Gut Research Project for Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis

Disclosure: Post sponsored by Project Baseline but all opinions are my own. Sponsored means that Verily has donated to One Great Gut Foundation as we have carefully researched that this project matches our values, mission, and, vision. Most people: Think of great ideas in the shower “IBD people” Think of good ideas in the shower AND great ideas while sitting on the toilet Okay, full disclosure: My knees were bent with my feet squarely planted on my One Great Gut branded Squatty Potty for a nice peaceful relaxed sphincter smooth evacuation Anyway, back to this idea IBD diagnoses are increasing like never
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Categories: Crohn's Disease, RESEARCH, and Ulcerative Colitis.