If you are unsure of how diet may/may not play a role in UC, or if you want to simply learn more about some current research that is taking place, I’d highly recommend you watch the two videos that are on the links
the specific carbohydrate diet is something that changes how you eat food, by changing what you decide to eat.
It’s easy to get comfortable in remission, and it’s easy to rationalize consuming things that you love that may not be the best for you. I hope this healing continues and that I’ve solved my problem – coffee definitely irritates my sensitive gut.
We took a look at exactly what Kyle has been eating, big thanks to him for sending in a detailed food journal, and upon reviewing everything, it looks like there are some changes that he could make to help tackle what is causing the cramping that is persisting and stopping him from feeling 100% on the SCD diet.
I am loving the fact that I am so close with getting back to a normal feeling again, but I would love to be able to kick these abdomen cramps as there really hinder me on a day to day and can wear on a guy dealing with it day after day.
Meet Haadi: I am in late 20s, male, living in Australia. Diagnosed in October 2013. Getting stronger every day, food diary has been invaluable, Low Fodmap diet with SCD wisdom, honey instead of sugar in baking, EVO oil and antibacterials have paved the way to my remission Some more about Haadi: I like travelling, reading, […]
I really want to find a specialist but one who believes there is a cure or that I can be in “remission” without having to take meds that don’t technically work. I am open to natural remedies.
Intro: I’m 24, had ulcerative colitis for just over a year and a half and have yet to be in remission. Just turned down methotrexate and have decided to try diet changes instead. Some more details: I live in Hampshire, with my boyfriend Morgan. We both work full time but also have a property business […]