Letter from the Editor for Crohn’s Disease
When diagnosed with Crohn’s disease, the exact cause can be hard to identify, which translates into many hard to answer questions about Crohn’s.
Leslie, Barton Pubishing’s very own Project Manager, was diagnosed with Crohn’s over the phone by her doctor while in the parking lot of Famous Dave’s restaurant and questioned what does it really mean, how did she get and where to go from here? Then, Leslie asked herself what happens to my unborn child because of the medications I am on? Her unanswered questions helped her focus on finding holistic treatment that worked. For help understanding your diagnosis, go HERE.
A bigger question to ask about Crohn’s is if milk is to blame? Could the same bacteria causing illness in cattle cause Crohn’s disease in humans? Michael Tyrrell presents an astonishing argument and leaves the answers up to you. Got milk? Maybe you should reconsider! Your health disaster may be answered HERE.Fermented foods are one of the best things you can consume for any kind of digestive problem. They contain bacteria and enzymes that support a balanced digestive tract and fight off toxic microbes. Fermented pickles are a great source of beneficial bacteria. This begs the question, who knew a pickle could be so healthy? Click HERE for the recipe.
For answers to more questions about Crohn’ disease like what lifestyles changes should you make and what natural treatments can remedy Crohn’s, check out the full issue of Home Cures That Work.
For Your Health,
Editor, Home Cures That Work
P.S. Crohn’s disease and Celiac are related in that they both are diseases of the small intestine that can lead to malabsorption and predispose that person to other conditions. They are different in that they have completely separate causes – Celiac is a reaction to gluten, Crohn’s is a reaction to certain bacteria. However, they are very commonly found together. There is an increased incidence of Crohn’s in people with Celiac Disease. It is very important that people with Crohn’s follow a gluten-free diet. Here are Home Cures That Work solutions for going gluten-free: