WORLD CROHN’S DISEASE AND COLITIS DAY

May 23, 2012

   Today is World Crohn’s and Colitis Day… many unfortunate souls know these diseases all too well.  For those of you who don’t, the main symptoms of Crohn’s disease are abdominal pain and cramping, although the exact cause is not known.  Researchers believe the cause to be a combination of environmental factors, genetics and inflammation of the digestive tract.   Colitis is inflammation of the large intestine…Hmmm; don’t these conditions sound a lot like the same thing?  Other individuals suffer from gluten allergy.  Gluten is the protein found in grains, especially wheat.  Gluten allergies cause bloating, cramping, inflammation and abdominal pain.  That’s Right!  Are we beginning to see the connection? 

   Thousands of Americans take millions of dollars worth of medications to manage these symptoms.  Many of these individuals live on a restricted diet, spending untold hours searching for substitutes for bread and pasta, choosing rice-based bread that crumbles as you hold a sandwich, or rice-based pasta that turns into mush as it cooks.  Some brave souls even spend hours (and plenty of cash) experimenting in the kitchen, trying alternative type recipes.  There are even magazines dedicated to this topic, such as Living Without Magazine.

   What most of these unfortunates are unaware of is the fact that this problem can be cured.  Restricted diets are no longer necessary.   Drugs are not necessary.  The stress and emotional burden is completely avoidable!  I know because I’ve been through all of this myself, and after many long years I found the solution.  The answer lies in a little-known alternative therapy.  This therapy has changed my life and it can change yours too.  No one should suffer needlessly.  If you, a loved one, or a friend suffers with the symptoms of Crohn’s disease, Colitis or gluten allergy please call to schedule a free consultation.  In honor of World Crohn’s and Colitis Day this offer is good through May 31, 2012.

 

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