Journal of Crohn’s Disease Articles

Crohn’s Disease In The Elerdely

The prevalence of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) in older adults has steadily risen over the past two decades. Inflammatory bowel disease refers to several conditions, including ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease and is usually related to inflammation in the intestines causing cramping and pain and also diarrhea or constipation with mucous and/or pus that may […]

The Evolving Landscape of Cannabis: Health Benefits and Online Accessibility

Cannabis has long been a subject of debate across various sectors of society, from medical researchers to legal authorities. However, recent years have seen a significant shift in how cannabis is perceived, largely due to the growing body of evidence supporting its potential health benefits. This change has been mirrored in the marketplace, where cannabis […]

Good Teas to Reduce Crohn’s Inflammation

Tea is a warm pause throughout the day that feels good and helps you stay calm and hydrated.

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The Low-FODMAP Diet for Crohn’s Disease

FODMAPs are short chain carbohydrates, disaccharides, monosaccharides and related alcohols that are poorly absorbed in the small intestine.

Cannabis Helps My Crohns

I don’t openly talk about it because some people have misconceptions about the plant as medicine, but cannabis helps my crohns.


SCD Diet Basics: Making Yogurt

The Specific Carbohydrate Diet corrects bacteria in the gut by starving the bad ones out and introducing homemade yoghurt to repopulate the gut with beneficial bacteria.

Crohn’s Disease Diet: Go Paleo

The basic foods humans have eaten for 200,000 years continue to be nourishing and agreeable today: vegetables, meats, fruits and nuts.


3 Tips for the Farmers Market from Chef Alice Waters

Alice Waters — of California cuisine fame — shows us how she finds the best fruit and vegetables at a local farmer’s market. She starts with a quick survey.

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5 Anti-Inflammatory Foods for Crohn’s Flare-Up Relief

A list of my favorite foods to help reduce Crohn’s inflammation & flare-ups. Include these foods in your diet and feel better.


Controlling Crohn’s Disease & Ulcerative Colitis With the Paleo Diet

Control over our diet gives us power over our disease. And while food can often feel like the enemy, we must rise to the challenge and ingest healthy, healing foods.

Yoga Poses for Better Digestion: Cobra

The cobra pose is an easy entry intro yoga and offers excellent abdomen stretching, which aids digestion. See how in this video.

8 Tips for Dealing with Crohn’s Flare Ups!

Going through a Crohn’s disease flare up can be a negative and downward spiral. To get us through it, let’s focus on getting ourselves healthy with these 8 easy tips.


24 Cheeses Allowed on the Specific Carbohydrate Diet (SCD)

Follow this simple rule: avoid processed cheeses. Now, onward to the list of 24 cheeses!


One Simple Crohn’s Diet Change

Following this one simple step has dramatically improved my morning stomach routine and leaves me feeling much better throughout the day.


Crohn’s Diet Superfood: Bananas

This superfood is a Crohn’s patients best friend when we’re feeling weak, shaky and dehydrated after numerous trips to the bathroom.


Paper Reading Material

These books come recommended after carefully reading each. The simple reviews are based on what I found useful and factual.

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I’m just starting the Paleo diet in my Crohn’s adventure. I hope you’ll join me as I share recipes, tips for eating healthy and other helpful info I find along the way.