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Crohn’s Colitis: Learning From My Life Lessons


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My book, I Healed My Crohn’s Colitis, is a simple and powerful book that shows you how I healed and gives you the tools to do the same. It is now available! Pick up your copy at any local bookstore or order online at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, or Balboa Press Bookstore

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4 thoughts on “Crohn’s Colitis: Learning From My Life Lessons

  1. It’s really a nice and helpful piece of info. I’m happy that
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  2. I have been eating processed and starchy fat foods all my life and i am now getting older(32) and want to start eating foods that are healthy for me. I was hospitalized with colitis a few weeks ago. Any suggestions on what type of foods I should incorporate in my daily eating?

  3. My friend, who also suffered with ulcerative colitis, gave me “Controlling Crohn’s Disease The Natural Way.” The book is written by Virginia Harper, a woman who healed her Crohn’s disease through a macrobiotic-based diet and lifestyle. I read the book, cover to cover, in 2 days. “This makes sense,” I thought. “I have nothing left to loose, so I might as well give it a try.” I never imagined my body being “off balance.” Can sea vegetables and brown rice really make a difference to my body? I found Virginia’s Web site and contacted her for a consultation as soon as possible. Macrobiotics provided a new hope for me, and a new life. Nobody says change is easy. Being from a first-generation Italian family, food is a huge part of our culture. We love it and can’t get enough of it. Pasta, cheese, and tomato sauce were my main food groups. If you didn’t lick your plate clean, Nonna (or “grandmother,” in Italian) would chase you around the kitchen with that last bite on her spoon. I never thought about how food affected my body because I was always very thin and fit. When I told my family I was changing my diet drastically, they had no idea how big of change I intended.

    • I have a question for you. Before you had Colitis you were eating the normal? What happen two to three month before you had your first battle with your colitis? I am talk something stressful any ideas?

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