Prevention Magazine: Gut Reactions
Published: August 27, 2021
Kate Kareha keeps a folder in her attic filled with notes, doctor's appointment summaries, photocopies of books, and flyers about inflammation. She also has a saved email with her medication history, the supplements and herbs she takes, and diet info as well as details about the emotional side of a Crohn's disease diagnosis; she fires it off to friends suffering from gastrointestinal symptoms to give them an idea of where to start. She knows that if they've got a form of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), like Crohn's, the road to remission can be long and winding.