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7 Grain-Free Flours and How to Bake With Them |

From livestrong.com

On the face of it, it may seem like baked goods are out of the question if you're following a grain-free diet. But given the recent popularity of Paleo and grain-free lifestyles, the availability of grain-free flours has been slowly growing, resulting in baked goods that are often lower in…

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Crohn's and Colitis Impact Extends Beyond Patients

From huffingtonpost.com

Twenty-four-year-old Lauren began experiencing excruciating intestinal pain in June 2012. Two months later, as she was facing the removal of portions of her small and large intestines, Lauren was diagnosed with Crohn's disease. Sitting by her side in the hospital and standing by her in the years that followed her…

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7 Top Tricks to Keep You Healthy This Fall

From everydayhealth.com

The air is crisp, the apples are crunchy, and the leaves are a brilliant array of reds, yellows, and oranges. As you dig up your sweaters and put away your swimsuits and sandals, it's also a good time to re-set your health habits.

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36 Things People With Inflammatory Bowel Disease Wish Others Understood

From yahoo.com

Known collectively as inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD), Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis affect more than 1.6 million people in the United States, according to the Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America. They are painful, medically incurable diseases that attack the digestive system. Many patients require numerous hospitalizations and surgery.

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6 Ways to Make Healthy, Home-Cooked Meals a Reality

From everydayhealth.com

Preparing more meals at home is always one of my first suggestions for families looking to adopt a healthier lifestyle. Numerous studies have found that people who eat fewer restaurant meals weigh less and have a better-quality diet, and new research presented at the American Heart Association's annual meeting suggests…

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'Go Here' app developed to help those with Crohn's and colitis

From yahoo.com

Watch the video 'Go Here' app developed to help those with Crohn's and colitis on Yahoo News . Fri, Nov 13: A local business has hopped on board with a new program that lets people with Crohn's disease and colitis know they can use the facilities.

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This Man Has A Powerful Message To Share About Invisible Illnesses

From co.uk

A man has published an incredibly brave and personal post explaining why people should think before they judge him for using disabled facilities. Ste Walker, 24, suffers from Crohn's disease and, as a result, sometimes has to use disabled toilets or parking spaces.

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Sugar, a Trick or a Treat?

From patch.com

The days are slowly getting cooler and the trees will start to pop with beautiful Autumn colors. The transition of a new season is upon us yet again. Enthusiasm will be in the air as cheering fans root for their favorite football teams. Savory scents of cinnamon and pumpkin will…

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How #GoodDaysAndBad is teaching the world about IBD

From co.uk

National charity Crohns and Colitis UK are using the great hashtag #GoodDaysAndBad to raise awareness of the seriousness of Inflammatory Bowel Disease. Followers of the charity are sharing their montages of photographs of them on their worst days and their best to show the effects of this chronic lifelong illness…

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