What’s up Colitis People,
It’s been a little while since I’ve had a chance to bust out a video recently, but today was the day. My wife and I have been in the middle of a major move, we up and moved from Stanford territory to CAL Berkeley lands so she could attend college. It was a weekend full of moving boxes, throwing out stuff we’ve been carrying around too long, and adjusting to a new bathroom, as I’m sure you all can understand. The toilet keeps running after you flush it, so need to talk to the landlords about that.
But the good news is my ulcerative colitis has continued its remission all through the move. Which is great. I think most of us would agree that when you’re up and moving, it can be pretty stressful, and stress and triggering our immune response system is something us UC’ers definitely don’t need.
I’m pretty excited to make some new videos over here. I’m not sure how you all will like the new video location, but I hope to bring alot of other people into the mix, geez, there’s 30 plus thousand college kids all around, some of them got to have UC too right?
So, here’s a video, it starts this morning with a great SCD meal, and ends with our SCD dinner we had tonight. I’m still way big on the SCD Diet treatmentfor keeping my ulcerative colitis in remission, and I’d suggest you check it out too if you are out of options or just wanting to try something new. It’s something you can do even while you are on medications. If you find that your symptoms have just not gone away with your medications, or if you are doubting them, feel free to check out the website page with details on starting the diet I follow.
Its right here: https://www.ihaveuc.com/the-diet
Here is today’s ulcerative colitis update movie:
I started site and the eNewsletter(you can join that below) shortly after being diagnosed with ulcerative colitis in October of 2008 with severe pancolitis (when my whole colon was inflamed).
For me, it was a very rough start with severe symptoms. Getting bounced from medication to medication was not easy or too helpful. But, I did meet another UC’er, changes several parts of my diet, and of course the rest is history.
Leave a comment, ask a question, take advantage of our past experiences here, use the search boxes, they are your friends to0:)
Remember while using the site that:
UC symptoms and flare ups don’t last forever and no two people are the same.
You cool with that? good!
now get on our newsletter so we don’t forget about you.