Crohns help now looks at the Ulcerative Colitis Cure
Surgical treatment is really the only cure for ulcerative colitis. Approximately 4 out of 10 people who have ulcerative colitis have to have their colon (large bowel) and rectum taken out. (Really?) Click this link for my story. No surgery)
Surgery treatment is generally a practical treatment choice for those who have ulcerative colitis which is not absolved by prescription medication or change in lifestyle.
An Ulcerative Colitis Sufferer
My future didn’t include having my colon (large intestines) or my rectum removed especially when the doctors didn’t have a clue as to how people get inflammatory bowel diseases- (Ulcerative Colitis, Crohns Disease).
Doctors and drugs
Most doctors are only familiar with drugs (chemicals) and yes they have their place only in extreme cases as far as I’m concerned.
I’ve felt and had to deal with the negative side effects of a few doctor prescribed drugs, and one that almost took my life. Doctors are only familiar with what they are taught in the medical schools, and if they deviate from those protocols doctors will lose their license to practice.
Ulcerative colitis, crohns and digestive issues
I respect the medical profession, but I know that there is something else that can be done for many sick people that is not sanctioned by med schools, big pharma, or big brother that will help thousands of sufferers seeking relief from ulcerative colitis, crohns disease or any digestive issues.
Ulcerative help naturally
As for natural ulcerative colitis cure, relief or remission -you will be happy to know that those who have had negative effects with the drugs that doctors prescribed for them, many have found relief in herbal medicines and natural alternatives for themselves. One of which is the extract of the aloe vera. You can find out more on the plant by clicking here
The aloe vera plant based all natural product was one of the things I used to help end my ulcerative colitis problem (people say I’m just in remission). I know that as long as I keep my crohns diet or really it’s just a natural anti inflammatory diet I will stay in (remission) if that’s what you choose to call it.
Ulcerative colitis diet? My story
The keyword here is diet. Hi, I’m a former Ulcerative colitis and former crohn’s disease sufferer. When I was diagnosed, first with Ulcerative colitis, the doctors after the steroids said- surgery is my best next move.
Research (My own due diligence)
For the next week or so I researched Ulcerative colitis and inflammatory bowel diseases. I found that some people were cured, relieved, remission or whatever you want to call it, by using natural means.
I used the Aloe Vera protocol that worked for me, but I found that it became a bit expensive to continue for a long period of time and I needed something that was less expensive that worked just as well. Something I could do that had more of a natural feel as opposed to popping a pill everyday. I found that diet worked for me. You can find that diet by clicking here.
Diet is the keyword
Diet is 90% cause of all of our ailments. we in the west have a suicidal way of eating. We are fat. we are acidic and we are believe it or not very malnourished in some aspects, but we are mostly acidic and that’s by our own hand.
A better diet
Education is highly respected, and we need to educate ourselves about our epidemic in our own backyard. Learn to eat properly, learn to eat healthy, and learn about the way of life.
We have all heard the saying that “Death begins in the colon” well I don’t know about that but I know from my own experience that there was a better way for me to have relief from ulcerative colitis, crohns disease and all on my digestive issues. I’ve lost weight too.
If you want more info on digestive health and healing click here or the- banner below- and find out for yourself do your own due diligence. If you have crohns, ulcerative colitis, IBS, Gerd or whatever, there is probably help in the diet you choose.
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