Colitis is a disaster for the 5 million who suffer and the doctors
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What are the 5 things everyone with colitis does?
You already know... none of them work
1) Consider invasive, risky procedures (-oscopies), or even removal of all or part of the colon
2) Undergo a colonoscopy, barium enema, X-rays, or scans.
3) Take over-the-counter pain and acid blocking drugs.
4) Stay near a toilet afraid to eat anything.
5) Mayo Clinic Diet: Use the most recommended diet in the world for digestive disorder sufferers, which has never cured one patient. Read it from the Mayo Clinic’s own “mouth”: www.mayoclinic.com/health/diverticulitis-diet/my00736
Ask yourself why you submit to diets, procedures, and treatments that you and your doctor know… won’t work?
Photo: author Mike Hohlweg and daughter/partner Rachel Hohlweg
Nearly everyone with colitis is trying remedies, medicines and diets that have never healed a single person.
Is that your plan?
If you read one or all of these articles you will see that according to doctors, and medical universities, you will suffer with Colitis for life. In fact the best you can hope for is periods of rest or remission between flareups. Below are medical articles claiming colitis is incurable but I think we can do better than that:
What Causes Colitis?
Doctors say, “There is no known cure.” They do everything they can by giving medications, antibiotics, procedures, and in some cases, surgeries. Doctors do not recommend these options lightly, and for some people, these treatments do improve their symptoms... for a while.
What Causes Colitis?
There are two main things I don’t like about procedures or drugs.
- First, they don’t heal or cure which means they are only treatments.
- Second, the potential side effects of using powerful drugs can in some cases, make things worse. Read one or both of these medical articles.
The first is by Dr. Mercola, a digestive disorder specialist:
This second article is a forum of digestive disorder patients taking a powerful antibiotic combination. If you want to see what side effects you might experience taking that things like Cipro and Flagyl... and you don’t scare easily, read a bit here:
Have doctors missed it?
Something we consume is damaging our colons...
what is it?
1) The food and drinks we consume?
2) Medications we take?
3) The saliva, acid, bile and enzymes our body produces to digest?
Can you spot it? That’s right… acid, (hydrochloric acid). Now this raises another question: Isn’t the body, including the digestive, tract designed to tolerate acid? The answer is a loud and definite “YES.”
So what’s the problem? Enzyme and bile digestion are the preferable methods of digestion in my opinion and they are not damaging to delicate tissues like the esophagus, throat, intestinal cilia, tender digestive valves, and mucosal lining.
Yes, the digestive tract is designed to tolerate acid periodically but in the Western cultures we eat so many catalyst meals and trigger foods daily that instead of enzymes digesting most of our food most of the time as it should be, we digest virtually every meal 3 times per day 365 days per year with hydrochloric acid. 1000 acid baths per year... nothing can tolerate that.
To know if this might be true, ask yourself: What is the most commonly used medication by all colitis patients? That's an easy one: Antacid of course.
Acid is bloating us, ulcerating us, bubbling up our throat, burning our stomach and inflaming our intestines and colon and yet everyone misses that: it might be the actual cause of colitis.
If a Western style diet causes overproduction of acid, wouldn't some dietary changes possibly return our digestive tract to normal?
How Can We Know If Mike’s Theory is Correct?
I had no money, clinic or degree, so I had no choice but to do a catalyst food avoidance test on myself. There was enough symptom relief in about ten days that I believed I was "onto something." In my family and circle of friends, there were two others with digestive disorders.
One of these friends had full-blown colitis and the other had diverticulitis-like symptoms and had already undergone removal of his gall bladder. Less than a year after his surgery his symptoms were not only back but he said they were worse than before the surgery. They both followed my catalyst food avoidance diet and in less than a month, both told me they hadn’t experienced any of their digestive disorder symptoms. Now I felt like I was “three for three.” This was exciting but not exactly proof or a “clinical trial” so I needed more “guinea pigs.” My friend with the “missing” gall bladder is a website/computer guy. He helped me recruit 25 people directly from a website to try the diet with free supervision and coaching directly from me. The experiment went about 8 weeks and although this was an early version of my program the results were very good. 23 people said their symptom improvement was “dramatic” (the highest rating offered by our survey). One said it did not work and one said it was too hard. Now I was getting excited.
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Genuine Customer Testimonials
*Disclaimer* *These are real testimonials many of which you will see on our live FB group. Keep in mind that everyone is different and your outcome may vary from those who wrote these comments*
Cindy Cooper - June 2016
*Disclaimer* *Hi Clare, I've had colitis for almost 2 years now. The steroids were no longer working. I found painfreefoods.com and have been on it for three weeks now! It is working! Get the book! After adjusting to gluten free and lactose free diet over a year ago this diet is pretty simple! Give it a try! Good luck!*
Linda Dinnage - June 2016
*Disclaimer* *Do get the book and follow the food plan, it does work very well, I still get the odd flare up but all in all I am feeling much healthier. Good luck*
Susan Seay - May 2016
*Disclaimer* *Hi! I wanted to write to thank you for all the help you have given me with my diagnosis and diet. They say knowledge is power and I didn’t have any knowledge about this disease. (I have recently found out there could be some correlation between my Mom having suffered with colitis for years and now my issue!) It has been almost 5 months now and I have not had any significant issues. No hospitalizations!! I am stomach pain free – every once in a while I might have a slight bathroom issue but overall I feel good – I have lost some weight – but I was able to do that OK. I find if I am too heavy on the carb side, that is when I have issues. I seem to be able to eat a little more variety now without fear of something going wrong. Mostly I thank you for giving me some information and recommendations as there was nothing given to me from my hospital visit or my primary Doctor. I didn’t know what I could safely eat!! I do the tea almost every day, sometimes twice a day, take salmon oil and slippery elm. So I feel like I am healing. I drink no pop, all water and I’m trying to cut back on the acidic foods – although all my favorites seem to be on that list!! Thank you again.*
Cindy - May 2016
*Disclaimer* *Hi I have been on the diet for a little over two weeks, and yes, I am PAIN FREE!!! When I started the diet I was working my way off tentacle for my colitis. I started this diet because the mentality wasn't working anymore. I have been off and on it for about a year and a half. I was tired of not feeling well, and the roller coaster ride of steroids. I got on the internet and found you! Praise God! What a blessing! The adjustment to yet another new diet was a challenge, but I am doing well and pain free! I am gluten intolerant, so what's one more new curve in my diet?! Thank you all so much for the time and energy you put into this program. You are saving lives*