Similar symptoms to Crohn’s, but the problem is located in the colon and/or rectum; inflammation is limited to the top layer of epithelial cells (gut lining)
Symptoms may be intermittent with periods of remission
Celiac disease (autoimmune)
An overt allergy to gluten (found primarily in wheat, barley, rye, oats, spelt, kamut, and tritcale) and other grain proteins resulting in the autoimmune, self-cell attacking of the small intestine lining
A latent, silent, or “non-classical celiac disease” sufferer may experience symptoms that mimic those of any of the previously listed digestive conditions or any chronic inflammatory or autoimmune Colitis and ulcerative colitis condition
diet & lifestyle recommendations
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Meals such as braised meats, stews, soups, and slow-cooked foods are easier to digest.
Replenish depleted nutrient stores from eating excess refined foods over time.
SUPERFOODS: BONE BROTH
Make and eat/drink bone broth regularly for its gut-healing properties: minerals, glycine, gelatin, and collagen recipe here).
Eat soluble fiber from starchy vegetables such as sweet potatoes, butternut squash, carrots, and cassava (to name a few) to feed the beneficial bacteria in your gut and promote proper stool motility.
Develop a guided meditation practice, a slow breathing practice, or begin Colitis and ulcerative colitis to practice Qi Gong.
Take walks outside, or practice gentle yoga for movement without systemic stress.
Slowly begin weight training with moderate to heavy weight, not excessively demanding in terms of stress response or cortisol output.
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100% of the time. See here the “Guide to Gluten”.