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I was also surprised to see no mention of prednisone. Not that steroids is an ideal long term treatment, but it has gotten me out of a few pretty bad flares.

Here are some other things that I have found to help me. It’s A LOT of info, and again, this is just what works for ME. Talk to your doc about anything you try, but these are some pretty basic ideas to try. At the end of the day, all of this stuff has to be trial and error because we’re all different and everything affects us differently!

A huge part of this illness is mental and emotional too, I strongly encourage seeking therapy or some kind of professional help. Our emotional and mental health is SO STRONGLY connected to our physical health. It’s crazy. Talk to a professional about not only this illness and how it’s effecting your life right now, but also, what’s going on inside you emotionally, that isn’t illness related. It has made all the difference in the world to me, for healing physically and staying healthy.

For diet in a flare, eat things that are easy for the gut to digest, this can be different for everyone based on what you can tolerate. Think anti inflammatory. I suggest you try bone broth. You can buy it or make it. I’ve only ever made it, but you can buy it already made too. It’s full of nutrients, very healing to the gut. The last 3 years or so, I’ve been shopping at an amazing store, they have a HUGE selection of local, farm raised, organic, grass feed, all the good stuff, foods. I get all my meat there, my eggs, raw honey, bee pollen, maple syrup, snacks, kambucha, homemade Greek yogurt; you get the picture!

For diet in remission, think anti inflammatory foods. Pinterest is a great resource for anti-inflammatory food ideas. Food issues are trial and error too. Over time, I’ve figured out what I can eat and what I should avoid. But at this point, I can pretty much have a little bit of everything. Moderation and caution.
My husband and I have started a kinda ketogenic lifestyle. I’m sure your hearing all the buzz about the keto diet?! Basically it’s just high-fat, moderate protein, low carb.

My hubby and I have THANKFULLY avoided getting sick, since we started eating this way, in May of 2016. Back then, I was on an immunosuppressant, I’m a hair stylist, so I work with the public in very close proximity, tons of people I know had been sick and many of my clients! I had no business being healthy, but I was. I’m now off that immunosuppressant and managing my illness thru diet, lifestyle and 1 prescription drug.

I take whole food supplements, I change them up from time to time, but the majority of my supps are from MegaFood. I’ve gotten them on Amazon, different health stores and they also have a website. They are a really good supplement company and not too crazy expensive. I also use collagen everyday. I put it in my tea or coffee, you can put it in anything. That’s also very healing to the gut, very anti inflammatory. It’s helped my guts and my joints a lot. I’ve used a few different kinds, Dr. Axe (Ancient Nutrition) has some good ones. My favorite is listed below.

As far as the pain and other symptoms go, I’m a huge advocate for medical Marijuana. I know you’re young, so this one might be tricky. Definitely talk to your doctor and parents about this one. It’s not a magic bullet, but it helps me tremendously. When I’m sick, I also like to take Epsom salt baths with peppermint and lavender, helps with pain and inflammation. Every morning, the first thing I consume is a glass of water with 2 tables spoons apple cider vinegar(with the mother) and 1 tablespoon lemon or lime juice. It’s not the most delicious morning drink, but I chug it down and that helps with an array of issues. I’ve now got arthritis in all my joints, due to the UC, so I also dabble in some obscure things, like, Black Seed Oil and Chaga Tea for the anti-inflammatory benefits, the antioxidant benefits, liver detox, etc. In combination, these two have helped my joint pain TREMENDOUSLY!! And since my joints are cooling down, I have to believe it’s helping with my over all inflammation, which is the main cause of all my issues!!

So, do a little research of your own and of course talk to your doc about anything you’re thinking of trying. It might take some time to get relief, but remember to BE YOUR OWN ADVOCATE, don’t be afraid to ask questions. Don’t be afraid to try things! I’ve tried every crazy snake oil you can think of! Not everything works, but you pick and choose the things that you find helpful along the way. That’s the only way to really find what works for you. This disease is so different with each patient. Read A LOT!! Research, learn about the ILLNESS. Get on YouTube, watch videos of people who have IBD or doctors talking about it. Learn about the drugs, learn what you need to do to stay healthy!

Sorry this was so long, I hope some of it is helpful. Please feel free to reach out to me anytime! If I can help, I will absolutely try!


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