When a friend of mine was diagnosed with Crohns, she had been feeling very down.
We had been talking about food and I started to think, what do I do with this?
I had been on the keto-diet and was doing well.
But then, as my symptoms worsened, I decided to look into my diet and try something different.
My friend was not on the same diet as me, and she had to be monitored closely because she was in a state of chronic inflammatory bowel disease (IBS).
So, I started looking into what else I could do to improve my gut health and to keep my colon healthy.
I also tried a new type of diet called a Flexitarian Diet.
A Flexitarian diet involves eating the same foods every day, and using low-calorie meals as a way of getting rid of food waste.
It’s an alternative to a Paleo Diet that focuses on eating meat and vegetables.
Here is what the Flexitarian says: ‘This is a flexible diet, which means you can eat what you like, when you like and how you like.
This diet will help you maintain your weight, lose weight and maintain your overall health.
It can also be a way to live your life in a way that feels good to you.
‘The Flexitarian does not restrict foods and can be eaten in a wide variety of ways.
In my experience, it has been a great diet for people who are already in a high carb or low fat diet, for those who have a lot of constipation and for those with Crohns.’
I tried it and, so far, it works.
I’m in a healthy and active state now.
I feel better, and my symptoms are getting better too.
Here’s how the Flexitar diet works: 1.
Eat the same thing each day 2.
Drink water three times a day 3.
Take vitamin supplements for the first four to six weeks 4.
Have a dietitian check your gut every three weeks 5.
Exercise 3 times a week to maintain weight and lose weight 6.
Eat a low-carb, low-fat diet 7.
Take supplements to control inflammation and reduce inflammation 8.
Try a different diet, such as a Flexitar, a keto or a Paleo diet 9.
Take a gluten-free diet 10.
Drink lots of water, and drink lots of fruits and vegetables 11.
Eat fruits and veggies regularly 12.
Eat lots of greens and vegetables 13.
Eat healthy, balanced food 14.
Get a regular check on your gut 12 to six times a month 15.
Eat well 16.
Get regular medical checkups 17.
Get blood tests 18.
Eat more fruits and greens 19.
Eat plenty of vegetables and lots of lean meats 20.
Get enough sleep 21.
Take calcium supplements 22.
Avoid refined carbohydrates 23.
Use probiotics and vitamins 24.
Avoid sugar 25.
Avoid high-fat and sugar-sweetened foods 26.
Eat less processed foods 27.
Use more natural, whole foods 28.
Avoid alcohol 29.
Avoid sugary foods 30.
Eat vegetables, fruits and nuts 31.
Eat lean meats, fish and lean proteins 32.
Try to lose weight 33.
Stay away from high-carbohydrate, high-sugar, sugar-rich foods 34.
Eat salads, and use vegetables, fruit and nuts as much as possible 35.
Avoid sweets and junk foods 36.
Get plenty of rest 37.
Stay active 38.
Eat as much lean meat and fish as possible 39.
Take in plenty of fresh air 40.
Avoid sugars 41.
Use whole grains and legumes 42.
Eat whole fruit and vegetables 43.
Eat fatty fish and shellfish 44.
Eat meat products that are high in omega-3 fatty acids 45.
Take probiotics 46.
Avoid processed foods 47.
Drink plenty of water 48.
Eat enough vitamin supplements 49.
Get vitamin D supplements 50.
Take exercise supplements 51.
Take omega-6 supplements 52.
Get the low-sulfur diet 53.
Eat fish and seafood 54.
Avoid cheese, chips and other processed foods 55.
Eat veggies, fruits, nuts and lean meats 56.
Eat foods high in fiber 57.
Eat greens and fish more often 58.
Eat protein foods such as meat and eggs 59.
Eat fruit and vegetable smoothies 60.
Try supplements for digestive problems 61.
Take vitamins and supplements to prevent osteoporosis 62.
Eat an active lifestyle 63.
Eat your vegetables and fruits more often 64.
Avoid red meat 65.
Eat fresh vegetables and fresh fruits 66.
Eat green beans 67.
Eat legumes, such and lentils 68.
Eat low-glycemic foods, such bread, rice, pasta, sweet potatoes 69.
Eat beans 70.
Eat cooked foods, including meats, poultry and fish 71.
Eat nuts, seeds and nutskins 72.
Eat eggs and eggs products 73.
Take iron supplements 74.