Heidi had struggled with gut issues for years and they were only getting worse as time passed. She heard of a keto diet and decided to give it a shot. My journey of success on the keto diet began shortly after Christmas last year. I had been struggling with gut issues for a few years. My symptoms had gotten so severe I could barely leave the house. I went to see an endocrinologist and has several tests revealing inflammation of the stomach lining and microscopic colitis. I was given medication, no diet change. After seeing friends of ours just prior to Christmas they shared with us what they had learned through Diet Doctor.
Have a question, or want to share your own tips and experiences? Join the discussion in the community forum. You must be registered to participate. I’m going to start by saying I am not a healthcare professional, I have no affiliation with anything I mention. Everything I mention is speculation on how I think it helped me and I just want you to be informed and provide you with information so you can make the best decision for you. I hate prescription drugs.
These chronic digestive diseases, which have no known medical cure, commonly require a lifetime of care for patients. Ongoing research at Stanford and elsewhere aims to forge new avenues for the diagnosis, therapy and prevention of these diseases. For this month’s Ask Stanford Med, we asked Park to answer your questions on advancements in research and treatments for pediatric gastrointestinal diseases. You are correct in that the representative literature on fecal microbiota transplantation in IBD is lacking, although one small observational study in children was recently published. As you may know, FMT — after much advocacy by patients, various advocacy groups, and gastroenterology societies such as the American Gastroenterological Association — is now approved by the U. Food and Drug Administration for recurrent Clostridium difficile C.