If you’re starting the Specific Carbohydrate Diet I know how mushy your brain can feel. It’s one big mush of “what can I eat?” “can I eat this?” “wait… is this legal?” “so, I can have certain artichokes, but not others???” “WILL I EVER BE ABLE TO EAT ANYTHING EVER AGAIN????????”
If you follow me on Instagram, you know by now that my stomach has had a mind of it’s own lately. My first reaction was “it’s probably just my ulcerative colitis acting up,” but the more I sat with the pain, the more I realized something else was at play. I know my body VERY well and I can just tell… something else is wrong and I’m bound and determined to figure it out.
From diving in to yoga, to letting yourself feel your feels, these 10 women share their top positivity tips for those of us living with IBD. But, no matter the illness, these tips are bound to help.
This isn’t a letter that is meant to attack you, but instead a letter that is meant to make you rethink the words that come out of your mouth and open your eyes to a new perspective – a perspective I hope you never have to experience first-hand.
Do you ever want to look fancy af without putting in that much work? * raising my hands, feet and my toes * Then this paleo lemon coconut custard is perfect for you! Made with only 5 ingredients, this paleo custard looks (and tastes) decadent, but is simple to whip up.
Her sophomore year of high school, Rachel thought she had a REALLY bad case of the stomach flu. Come to find out she was battling Crohn’s disease. Reach Rachel’s inspiring story and how she continues to fight every day.
When I was first diagnosed with ulcerative colitis in 2017, I had the same thought that most young women probably have when they receive the news that they have a chronic illness – “My. Life. Is. OVER.”
There is truly nothing more comforting than the taste of banana bread. But with this summer heat, I haven’t wanted to turn on the oven. These no-bake bars are the perfect solution!
Healthline has truly created such a positive network, community and space for those of us battling IBD every day. It’s given us a place to open up, be vulnerable, seek advice, hear each other’s stories and use our voices.
Tatiana woke up from her first colonoscopy and was told she had severe ulcerative colitis. Today? She’s THRIVING and holding on to hope that her remission continues.
Do you ever want cookies but just don’t want a full batch? Me like ALL of the time. This recipe is the perfect solution - quick, easy, minimal clean-up… and it makes two, because who only wants ONE cookie?
I’ve had dietary restrictions for over 5 years due to food intolerances and then, later, my diagnosis with ulcerative colitis in 2017, so cutting out and adding foods back in is something I know like the back of my hand.
I didn't realize how badly I missed cinnamon raisin bread until I whipped up this dreamy loaf! The perfect grain free, gluten free, dairy free, refined sugar free and SCD friendly alternative for a classic favorite!
Who doesn’t love eating cookies for breakfast!? These breakfast cookies are the perfect match for a cozy cup of coffee and tea. Full of healthy ingredients, they’re sure to start your day on the best note.
Summer is right around the corner so you know what that means - smoothie bowls every. single. day. Or close to it. ;) And smoothie bowls every day clearly means allllll the best toppings! I’m a huge sucker for smoothie toppings like paleo granola, coconut flakes and fresh fruit. Who’s with me!?