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Intestinal Pain


Intestinal pain is one of the most common symptoms of inflammatory bowel conditions. This along with diarrhea -bloating and gas are an indication that the inner terrain of your GI tract has been altered. These symptoms can only happen when the mucosal lining which protects the tender lining of the colon has been destroyed.

IBS and Nausea


I am often asked if there is any connection between irritable bowel syndrome and nausea. The answer is yes. IBS happens in the bowel and nausea in the stomach. Odds are that if you have a problem with one you will have a problem with the other as the plumbing is all connected.

Low Residue Diet


This is a diet that is recommended by many doctors for people with inflammatory bowel conditions such as IBS- colitis-ulcerative colitis and crohn’s. It is just a different way of saying a low fiber diet. The problem is that this is being presented as being either the cure or as the best that can be done.

IBS with Diarrhea and Constipation

There are some of you with IBS that have both diarrhea and constipation which can be kind of puzzling as the most typical IBS symptom is acute/urgent diarrhea. We call people with both- swingers. They swing back and forth between the two and often in the same day. IBS is a manmade inflammatory bowel disease(actually not a disease or a syndrome at all!) and constipation is a genetic issue -not an IBD.

IBD – What not to do.


In your search for natural treatments and cures for your particular inflammatory bowl condition there is a ‘what not to do list.

1. Do not take digestive enzymes if you have an inflammatory bowel condition. You have the condition in the 1st place because your own digestive enzymes are eating away at the walls of your intestinal tract.



If you have a diverticulitis episode you will know it. It will come on real fast and then dissipate just as fast. It will be sharp pain in the lower abdomen that can make you double over. Most of the time it will force you to go to the hospital. It is typically treated by the doctor in the emergency with antibiotics and as an isolated incident.

Signs of Crohn’s Disease

Just to clarify the use of symptoms to diagnose inflammatory bowel conditions. You know that you have passed from Ulcerative Colitis into Crohn’s when in addition to urgent diarrhea and blood in your stool- you find mucus in your stool. The mucus represents your body’s last ditch effort to protect you from your stomach acids devouring your intestines/colon.

Crohn’s "Disease"

Crohn’s Disease is not a disease at all. It is mysteriously purported to be either genetic or some kind of autoimmune disease. If you want to get really confused and to recognize that modern medicine has no idea what this condition is or how to fix it- google it or check it out on wikipedia- total chaos.

Spastic Colon

Spastic Colon-What exactly does that mean? Your colon goes spastic when it is exposed to your own digestive acids and food every time you eat. It is exposed because at some point you had some form of anti-bacterial drug- whether prescribed or in your food/water supply- wiping out your mucosal lining. This is completely un-natural and your colon pays the price.

Microscopic Colitis / Lymphocytic Colitis


If you have been diagnosed with either of these conditions don’t worry about it- you don’t have anything terminal or mysterious. Although technically they are not colitis they might as well be. They have the same symptoms -the same cause -the same cure. The main symptoms are diarrhea and abdominal pain. As a matter of fact these are so similar to other inflammatory bowel diseases (not diseases at all- but manmade injuries to the GI tract) that any doctor could have very easily diagnosed you with IBS.

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