Inflammatory bowel disease, often referred to as IBD, is an umbrella term for Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis.
Crohn’s and colitis are diseases of the gastrointestinal system that are characterized by chronic inflammation and several additional layers of complexity that vary between them and the individual’s suffering from them.
It’s not a topic that I’ve spent a great deal of time researching, but I get a strong sense that there is a clamouring for more reliable evidence-based information related to these conditions.
Fortunately my Kaleigraphy client and fellow dietitian Ashley Hurst is an IBD-focused practitioner.
She’s been producing very high value written IBD content over the last several weeks and it made perfect sense for me to show off some of her work not only because she is a client of mine, but because this information is so valuable for anyone out there with IBD who may be lost in a sea of internet misinformation.
Resource #1 – The Most Common Myths & Misconceptions
Resource #2 – Which Supplements ACTUALLY Help With IBD?
Resource #3 – The Different Types Of IBD Remission
Having worked with Ashley closely on each of these pieces I am supremely confident of the value they will offer anyone hoping to expand their understanding of IBD and IBD management.
To My Fellow Nutrition Professionals/Students
If you are reading today’s post as an aspiring or current dietitian and are perhaps curious about the Kaleigraphy coaching/support that I provided Ashley during the course of envisioning and producing this content, she has actually written a testimonial for my services which I recommend you check out!
If you’d like to learn more about Kaleigraphy, my writing + social media mentorship program, you can do so by clicking on the graphic below or simply reaching out to me directly.
Andy De Santis RD MPH