https://crohnsfitnessfood.podbean.com/mf/play/e9nhyc/Krista_Deveau_mix.mp3 In this week’s episode, Krista Deveau shares her 18-year Crohn’s journey. Diagnosed at just 9 years old, Krista has gone through multiple surgeries, had a feeding tube twice (one time as a child and another as an adult), and tried just about every medication available for IBD. A little over a year ago, sheContinue reading “Episode 30: Krista Deveau, 18-year Crohn’s Warrior and Kindergarten Teacher”
https://crohnsfitnessfood.podbean.com/mf/play/dk5k4z/E29_-_Logan_Crumrine.mp3 In this week’s episode, Logan Crumrine answers the call for more male IBD advocates. After battling Crohn’s Disease for 25 years, he’s now speaking up to share his story and help bring awareness to Crohn’s and Ulcerative Colitis.
https://crohnsfitnessfood.podbean.com/mf/play/s3a9dv/E28_-_Rachel_PART_2.mp3 In part 2 of my interview with Rachel Epplin-Rincker, she continues to share her journey with Crohn’s Disease and how important both nutrition and physical activity were, in addition to Remicade, to helping her achieve the best health of her life.
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/frtp6y/Episode_22_-_Katie_Vyn.mp3 Today’s guest is Katie Vyn, who was diagnosed in her early 20s with Ulcerative Colitis. Only one year after her diagnosis in 2000, a blood clot in her leg was the driving force that took her to the hospital where her colon ruptured and she underwent an emergency colectomy. Since then, she’s been growingContinue reading “Episode 22: Katie Vyn, Ulcerative Colitis and the beautiful journey of life”
What’s behind this smile? 😁Would you guess fatigue? Dizziness? …How about kidney damage? Anemia? Crohn’s? While you probably would have guessed Crohn’s (simply based on the name of this blog!), the others may not have crossed your mind.
https://crohnsfitnessfood.podbean.com/mf/play/z49azv/E_18_-_Zach_and_Chelsie_2.mp3 In this episode, Zach and Chelsie Leighter share their stories of battling Crohn’s Disease. Together since high school, they are now married with a little boy, Kash. Zach was diagnosed with Crohn’s at the age of 12, has been on countless medications from steroids to biologics, and just one month ago had his temporaryContinue reading “Episode 18: Zach and Chelsie Leighter, Crohn’s Warriors”
https://crohnsfitnessfood.podbean.com/mf/play/kxve96/E17_Ryan_Van_Voorhis.mp3 Today’s guest is Ryan Van Voorhis, who was diagnosed with Crohn’s Disease in high school and has been living with an ostomy for the past 15 years. Inspired by the health care team who helped him through the early years with Crohn’s, he decided to pursue a Masters in Social Work, which allowed himContinue reading “Episode 17: Ryan Van Voorhis, Crohn’s Warrior and co-founder Nude Dude Food”
https://crohnsfitnessfood.podbean.com/mf/play/r6jqkv/Episode_14_-_Luciana.mp3 In this episode, Luciana Podschun shares her nearly 30-year journey with Crohn’s Disease and talks about everything from international travel, the support and love of her husband over the years, and how she doesn’t let Crohn’s stop her from living her life.
https://crohnsfitnessfood.podbean.com/mf/play/j6a4ak/Episode_11_-_Will_Jenkins.mp3 Today’s guest is Will Jenkins, founder of Intestinal Fortitude–supplements for IBD patients created by an IBD patient. Will was diagnosed with Crohn’s Disease 7 years ago in his mid-30s. After a short time on prednisone and mesalamine, he began searching for a different way to treat his disease. His diagnosis led him down aContinue reading “Episode 11: Will Jenkins, Crohn’s Warrior and Founder of Intestinal Fortitude”