Latest Articles by Elizabeth Roberts
IBD and Your Gut: New Research About Colonics and Probiotics
New Study: There was a new study published in the May 29, 2008 issue of Nature, a science and medicine journal, which may point researchers and pharmaceutical companies in a new direction of how to treat IBD. Researchers from the California Institute ...
Surprising Factors That Can Affect IBD
From sunshine to sugar, a lot of unexpected things can have a big impact on your stress levels and IBD. Find out how to control them.
Recommiting to Yoga and Meditation
This week I graduated for the second time in four years. In addition to the certification I received in 2011 as a Natural Chef, I am now a certified Nutrition Consultant. Getting through my schooling has been an immense amount of hard and rewarding w...
10 Ways to Improve Your Microbiome
Your immune system and gut bacteria are directly related. Here’s how you can strengthen both.
IBD & PTSD
If you live with ulcerative colitis or Crohn’s disease then you know how much of an emotional toll this very physical disease can have on your life. While neither of these Inflammatory Bowel Diseases (IBD) is caused by stress or our emotions, these i...
Best Foods for Inflammation
A healthy diet filled with these foods can help fight inflammation and IBD flares.
4 Steps for Managing IBD
If you have IBD, then you know there is no quick fix, nor is there a one-size-fits-all treatment plan. But, in the nearly 20 years that I’ve been living with IBD, writing about it, and working with other IBDers in my cooking and nutrition career, I’v...
Why a Food Journal Is Important
First, let’s start with what a gastroenterologist is: A GI (as they are referred to) is a physician who specializes in the treatment of disorders of the gastrointestinal system which includes the esophagus, stomach, small intestine, colon, rectum, pa...