https://crohnsfitnessfood.podbean.com/mf/play/xn3k7a/Anitriss_Smith_mixdown.mp3 In today’s episode, author Anitriss Smith shares her 18-year journey with Crohn’s Disease and how her desire to help others with IBD know that they are not alone, drove her to tell her story in her new book Undefeated: My fight with Crohn’s Disease.
https://crohnsfitnessfood.podbean.com/mf/play/jk5ewc/E27_-_Rachel_PART_1.mp3 In today’s episode, Rachel Epplin-Rincker shares her Crohn’s story and how she went more than 20 years undiagnosed. With symptoms from the time she was a baby until her early adult life, she was dismissed by doctors, believed to be anorexic, and slowly worsened as the years went by.
https://crohnsfitnessfood.podbean.com/mf/play/ukdddh/Episode_26_-_Katie_Dolgert.mp3 In this episode, 18-year Ulcerative Colitis Warrior Katie Dolgert shares her journey with IBD. She talks about her story from diagnosis at age 21, her experiences with medications, and how her pregnancy with her second child put her into remission. Focusing on good overall health through lifestyle practices, nutrition, and fitness, she continues toContinue reading “Episode 26: Katie Dolgert, 18-year Ulcerative Colitis Warrior”
https://crohnsfitnessfood.podbean.com/mf/play/9nqc4i/E25_-_Mylissa_Merten.mp3 In today’s episode, Mylissa Merten, a Crohn’s Disease Warrior who was diagnosed almost 17 years ago, shares her experience as a camper at the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation’s Camp Oasis and how, after 10 years of fighting to find something that would put her into remission, found that medications paired with the right nutritionContinue reading “Episode 25: Mylissa Merten, Crohn’s Warrior finding remission through medication, lifestyle, and nutrition”
https://crohnsfitnessfood.podbean.com/mf/play/p2jrmn/Episode_19_-_Carrie_Combs_part_2.mp3 In this week’s episode, I caught up again with Carrie Combs (@carriethecrohnie) to follow up on her recent race at the Nashville Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon and to go deeper into some of the emotional aspects of Crohn’s Disease, along with the coping mechanisms and habits that made dealing with a Crohn’s diagnosis evenContinue reading “Episode 19: Carrie Combs returns; we talk emotions, coping with Crohn’s, and running!”