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  1. Ignotius

    Thinking about Crohn's wrong has set patients back decades

    but of course if there are active issues going on the best treatment can make things worse.....it seems like there needs to be several step treatments for changeups when things progress its just alot to figure out for anyone i guess
  2. Ignotius

    Thinking about Crohn's wrong has set patients back decades

    i like to think things like epicor that increase immunoglobin-A might make a difference in helping prevent unusual expressions/imbalances... or correcting them.....but i dont think it can only rely on things like that so simply for everyone.......if enough pieces of a puzzle are put together tho...
  3. Ignotius

    Thinking about Crohn's wrong has set patients back decades

    yes i think its a little of a trigger for me haha its like is it not possible to just not use things found to be harmful?....i saw another study like oh they need oil lets try feeding them corn and see what happens.......this is doctors and educated intelligent people....it almost feels like we...
  4. Ignotius

    Vagus nerve and Crohn's disease

    btw...the reason of what i said.....is after watching a program talking about mice who were given bacteria from other mice who had MS....those mice then acted like they had MS....due to this vagus nerve communicating... its like microbes have to much power or control, but then again we are the...
  5. Ignotius

    Thinking about Crohn's wrong has set patients back decades

    try asking google simply something like maltodextrin + crohns.....its weird to consider that as an ingredient....or anything which is a known antagonizer... "vitamins" can tend to not be "natural" as well which can predictably complicate issues vs a more direct form of nutrition. ive shifted...
  6. Ignotius

    For those who have done EEN, what is your selection of the formula?

    i think i am more concerned about e.coli than carbs...in regards to crohns...although i dont like either of them.... in regards to the oil im looking more about how easy it is to break down and how the body uses it...like how long the chains are then favoring MCT or natural as possible animal...
  7. Ignotius

    For those who have done EEN, what is your selection of the formula?

    maltodextrin! multivitamins arent always ideal either, but i sure wouldnt want to rely on them solely....type of oil matters too.... i swear someone just needs to make an effort on a formula thats logical, but i know its hard to fit one everyone can make and do etc..
  8. Ignotius

    Thinking about Crohn's wrong has set patients back decades

    yeah actually they are.....literally any that ive looked at anyway.....artificial sweeteners etc...... i think she studies a pretty good ammt, theres alot of posts shes made thats helped me anyway i know that.
  9. Ignotius

    Crohn's ? -- Need Help!

    i am curious of the crp and calpro numbers...not sure what help i am, curious tho
  10. Ignotius

    Vagus nerve and Crohn's disease

    im not sure what that stimulation might be exactly.....but that is how bacteria control neurotransmitters and such so i imagine balancing bacteria would count as nerve stimulation?
  11. Ignotius

    Iron question

    my iron is low so i got looking around and decided to try some Iron Bisglycinate.....and the barnyard millet is officially a daily thing now... that form seems a bit unique, hopefully it is smoothed as they say, ill try to update.
  12. Ignotius

    Crohns Disease, Cellular Attack

    sad to hear that....i know, we never know what twists and turns with this, there are some good ones as well tho and i know you are all over every option... with me i still really have no clue...lol....but i do have an appt with my PCP next week so that will be the first labs ive seen in a year...
  13. Ignotius

    Crohns Disease, Cellular Attack

    with diet i think the problem is it is too complicated a topic to even put it in a box.....so i am skeptical of something saying diet absolutely is or isnt, triggering, whatever..... even if a single person keeps an exact routine, the body still mixes things up and there are always...
  14. Ignotius

    Crohns Disease, Cellular Attack

    it seems to have to do at least partly with intestinal permeability....then once you have things passing thru places which should not be the body is more easily confused when seeing "normal" things.... so a thing like that can trigger inflammation, then that, makes the permeability issue worse...
  15. Ignotius

    Antifungals and Crohn's

    my feelings are along the general assumptions we may have.....like....balance of biome and such, reaching to the opposite direction of leaky gut anythings etc... but then we arrive to.......what causes the dysbiosis to begin with? type questions.... which still to me.....points to what we put...
  16. Ignotius

    Is this a logical routine?

    i know i have been told.....humira and macdonalds for the win......thats 2 things....simple right....what could go wrong? of course everything can have some risk, there is no escaping that for us....and of course being natural does not mean without toxicity or side effects.....but we can also...
  17. Ignotius

    Thinking about Crohn's wrong has set patients back decades

    to me i feel many tests fail by trying to treat it singularly......i understand it is "impractical" to enact more complicated trials, but its got to be a combination of diet and bacterial balancing etc which actually makes sense...rather than simply observing oddities in a one factor test, that...
  18. Ignotius

    Is this a logical routine?

    if i want to consider everything i put in my mouth as a "drug", then it will be more than 48......i didnt even mention things like ginger extract.... so, it comes back a little like......do i want to be more afraid of natural compounds/medicines and basic foods/spices? or chrons.....i sort of DO...
  19. Ignotius

    Is this a logical routine?

    you think it still is? i am not sure exactly what i would cut out of the current list tbh.....or why.... i do feel i was able to kind of eliminate a few that were doing more harm than good.....by tracing some obvious logics....like some "immunity boosters" or even certain antioxidants that just...
  20. Ignotius

    Is this a logical routine?

    i have streamlined this down a fair ammt since i started.......some of those werent for everyday, or specifically for chrons.... some i am still confused of tho, like the s. Boulardii....which is a bit different of a probiotic, but i thought may be one of the most helpful, as it is said to sort...
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