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Tali Guday

Breathing techniques for gut health

Controlled breathing can be one of the most potent tools for managing symptoms, creating and sustaining wellness. Breathing techniques provide an easy, drug free option to reduce symptoms of gut disorders and improve digestion. Controlled breathing, often called breathwork, is…

Gut disorders increase risk of osteoporosis

Low bone mineral density, osteoporosis, and osteopenia are known risk factors for both male and female patients with gut disorders and IBD. The Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America reports that 30 to 60 percent of people with IBD may…

Treating a cold the gut friendly way

Through years of mentoring and interacting with motivated and highly educated parents and with medical professionals, we have accumulated a comprehensive list of cold remedies that were tried by many reliable families and verified as helpful. Our earlier post from…

Gut Harmony Cinnamon Babka Cake

A grain-free dairy-free delight This Cinnamon Babka is highly addictive. Our family feels compelled to keep shaving off slices to “straighten the edge”. Originally, Babka was a traditional sweet eastern European yeast cake. This version is grain and dairy free…

New treatments and diet therapies: IBD 2017

The 2017 Educational Conference for IBD families, organized by the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation Northwest in partnership with Seattle Children’s Hospital, featured the latest information and guidance, and was helpful for both the newly diagnosed as well as for veteran…

SCD Community Profile – 2017

Jeffrey Berger, moderator of the Facebook group  BTVC SCD , conducted a survey titled: “Who We Are”. The graphs below, reflect some of the data Jeffrey collected from his group’s 2000+ members.