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Controlling Crohn's Disease free pdf All her life, author Virginia Harper had suffered from the debilitating effects of Crohn's disease, an inflammatory bowel disorder that can affect both the small and large intestines, with symptoms including severe abdominal pain, bleeding, and diarrhea. Even with heavy medication her symptoms persisted, and so she turned to a natural treatment regimen consisting of simple changes in diet and lifestyle. The results were truly remarkable. Within a year, she was not only pain-free, but symptom-free. Some twenty years later, Harper's diarrhea, painful digestion, cramps, and bleeding have never returned.

In "Controlling Crohn's Disease," Virginia Harper shares her personal story with readers, and details the eating program and lifestyle changes that worked for her. She discusses which foods to eat, their preparation -- including 39 recipes -- and how to combine them in the most effective ways. In addition, she offers advice on easy activities to help restore energy- covers the latest drugs and surgical procedures, including their side effects- and suggests ways in which readers can work with their doctors to become more effective partners in their treatment.

About Virginia Harper

Since 1990, Virginia Harper has been working full-time to help other people get well. She has made hundreds of presentations on health and recovery to groups throughout the United States and has counseled more than 1,000 individuals with various kinds of health problems, mostly digestive disorders. Virginia has been interviewed for numerous newspaper and magazine articles, and has appeared on several radio programs as an expert on healthful cooking and recovery from severe digestive disorders. She lives in Franklin, Tennessee and can be contacted at her website, www. kiolife.com. Tom Monte is a professional writer who specializes in health topics. Among the books he has authored are "World Medicine: The East-West Guide to Healing Your Body, The Complete Guide to Natural Healing, Staying Young, " and "Peak Performance: Easy, Drug-Free Ways to Adjust Your Brain Chemistry and Achieve Optimal Health." He lives in Amherst, Massachusetts.

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Author : Virginia Harper
Publisher : Kensington Publishing
Data Published : 18 April 2002
ISBN : 1575668319
EAN : 9781575668314
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 290 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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