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Monday, April 9, 2012

teaching nutrition to kids

I thought I would share this video as it did an awesome job topic about the problems we are facing when children are not learning about health, cooking nutrition etc.

ted talks education
I love watching TED talks and I hope in the next 5 years to be able to go to a conference even if I have to sell my car to do so lol. 

Hope you enjoy!

The GAPS Diet Heals Ulcerative Colitis

Here another healing story forwarded to me by Chris W thanks for the info my friend :) 

Editor’s Note:  I met Gina at the Fourfold Path to Healing Conference in Baltimore last month.  Her story of healing from Ulcerative Colitis using the GAPS Diet was so compelling to me that I asked her to write her detailed story so that others in a similar situation might be inspired to heal through a change of diet.
Thank you, Gina, for sharing your long and difficult but ultimately triumphant journey with all of us.

What Is the GAPS Diet?

The Webster dictionary defines the word “gap” as “a pass or way through a range of hills.” I am writing my story on March 1 , 2012 after following the GAPS diet program for one full year. I decided to write on this day to share my story of healing – my path through the hills.
For those of you who are not familiar, GAPS stands for Gut and Psychology Syndrome, a book written by Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride MD.  It is a natural digestive healing program. It has been used to successfully treat many diseases/conditions including: Crohn’s disease, Ulcerative Colitis, IBS, Autism, ADHD/ADD, Allergies, Depression, Anxiety, Asthma, Eczema, Schizophrenia and more. The GAPS program rebuilds the gut by healing the damaged gut lining, which is the root cause of the mentioned diseases.I learned about the GAPS diet program from a friend while attending the Weston A Price Foundation Conference in 2010. 

See the FULL article here 

Thursday, April 5, 2012

Best Crohn's Disease Blog 2012


I want to first want to address a big thank you to the people at HealthLine for this award. I also want to thank Katherine Brind'Amour for her accurate and may I add AWESOME description of my blog: 

Irreverent and unafraid, Crohnsboy takes his message to the masses in his no-nonsense approach to disease, healing, and life in general. Fighting the good fight for Crohn’s sufferers everywhere, Crohnsboy is becoming a superhero IBD activist one enthusiastic post at a time.
Not one to sugarcoat or give up, Crohnsboy is working hard to bring awareness and a new approach to living with chronic illness to his readers. Controversial and brave, Crohnsboy keeps the wit and energy alive on his blog every day. 

Thanks so much as things like this make you realize your work is truly appreciated. But besides thanking healthline I want to thank the people that mean the most MY READERS! IBD fighters who are fierce troopers looking for options to overcome their health. It's because you guys/gals that I keep doing what I do.   

Thanks a million from the bottom of my heart :) 

You can see the full list of Blog winners here