Episode 3: Jen Bubert, 20-year Crohn’s Warrior

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EPISODE 3 of the Crohn’s Fitness Food podcast is available today! 🎙

In this episode, my guest, Jen Bubert (find her on Instagram using @jenvsgut), share’s her experience in battling Crohn’s Disease for nearly 20 years. She has gone through the gamut of medications, clinical trials, surgery, and even tried to go it alone for a year. In this interview, she talks about what it was like to be diagnosed in high school, her struggles with medications, what led to her first surgical resection, and her experience with clinical trials. Continue reading “Episode 3: Jen Bubert, 20-year Crohn’s Warrior”

What I learned in my CBD/hemp oil search (Part 2 of 2)

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PART 2
In this last post of my short series on the recent experience I had with hemp oil and what I learned, I am sharing how I determined what dosage to take and a few tips when starting. While there is a large amount of data and reports showing excellent safety results and a wide tolerance of doses in adults, if you have any concern, you should always discuss it with your doctor or a professional who is experienced in treating clients with hemp oil. That said, here are some interesting data on safety and dosing I came across in my research in choosing to take hemp oil. Continue reading “What I learned in my CBD/hemp oil search (Part 2 of 2)”

Episode 2: Theresa Spiess, Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation, South Texas Chapter

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Today’s guest is Theresa Spiess, the Community Director (now Executive Directory) for the South Texas Chapter of the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation. In this episode, she talks in-depth about the patient-driven initiatives, research, educational programs, and activities of the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation. Continue reading “Episode 2: Theresa Spiess, Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation, South Texas Chapter”

Episode 1: Natalie Hayden, “Lights, Camera, Crohn’s”

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Today’s guest is Natalie Hayden, author of the blog “Lights Camera Crohn’s: An Unobstructed View.” Natalie is a former TV news anchor who has now dedicated herself to being an advocate for those battling inflammatory bowel disease and showing that a chronic illness doesn’t have to dull your sparkle.

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My CBD/Hemp Oil & Crohn’s Experience

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For the longest time, I viewed CBD/hemp oil as just another snake oil. I’ve tried so many supplements, diets, and lifestyle hacks over the years that have all promised the moon…but in the end, the only thing they’ve done is lighten my wallet. So when all the claims about CBD oil were first coming into the mainstream, it seemed like just another product that was too good to be true. Which is why I decided to save my money and not jump on the bandwagon…until now.

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