Many people affected by an inflammatory bowel disease turn to supplements. Indeed, those affected by Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis can feel helpless in the face of numerous medical treatments and turn towards alternative treatments.
As discussed in the article “5 Questions to Better Understand and Manage Inflammatory Bowel Disease”, Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis are characterized by constant inflammation of the intestinal walls. The question is to know wh...
More and more people are talking about microbiota and its role in our health. Microbiota is pretty much the same as the intestinal flora we’re already familiar with. It’s simply a new term to better describe the array of micro-organisms that live in the digestive system.
Several factors can affect the health of your intestinal flora, notably what you eat, but also your levels of stress, any antibiotics you take, your lifestyle habits, etc. It’s well known that an imbalance in t...
Who said you can’t eat well in hospitals? Hospital food doesn’t have the best reputation, in general, but you could be surprised, especially if you travel.
With these 22 pictures, put together by the American website BuzzFeed, see for yourself how patients eat around the world.
1. California, USA
Cheeseburger and fries.
2. Sydney, Australia
Pumpkin soup, apricot chicken, peas, and mashed potato.
A breakfast of bread, pickle, and sausage.
4. Richmond, Canada
Sweet and s...