kelly-mcgonigal.jpgNow here’s something that can do MORE for your health than any drug currently prescribed for Inflammatory Bowel Disease.

Anyone with IBD, or IBS, knows that stress is the number one trigger for a flare.

But what if, right now, you could re-frame that trigger to a new reality of:

This is my body helping me rise to this challenge.

Kelly McGonigal will show you how:

Here are the top take-away points from Kelly McGonigal that you can embrace to give yourself a new mental and physical reality:

This is my body helping me rise to this challenge. I can trust myself to handle life’s challenges.

Reaching out to others during stress strengthens my heart and makes my body healthier by increasing oxytocin production.

human Connection = stress Resilience

When you choose to view your stress response as ‘helpful’ you create the biology of courage.

Chasing meaning is better for your health than trying to avoid discomfort. Go after what it is that creates meaning in your life and then trust yourself to handle the stress that follows.

Soar higher!

Better Than Prednisone, Humira, Remicade!

3 thoughts on “Better Than Prednisone, Humira, Remicade!

    1. Hi Liz,

      That’s a very broad question but we have a customer whose colon had been removed, plus he had short bowel syndrome (where a lot of the small intestine has been removed). Needless to say, getting enough nutrients is a challenge for him. He has used Absorb Plus regularly and ongoing for about 3-4 years now.

      However, what he found helped was to also take some psyllium seed powder at the same time, to slow down the transit and bulk up the liquid. Otherwise the Absorb Plus would go through his system very rapidly. He would also take some L-Glutamine on an empty stomach to further assist – but he found the psyllium worked better for him than the L-Glutamine (which makes sense since L-Glutamine’s water-absorption activity is primarily in the colon). You could try this and see how it works for you.

      Kind regards,
      Customer Care

  • That was incredibly insightful! Initially I thought what she was suggesting was counter-intuitive given the reoccurring message we get that stress makes you ill and can even kill; it’s surprising to consider the idea (backed by studies) that stress can be useful and even healthy. I’ll remember this next time I face an anxiety-producing situation or when I read yet another “stress kills” article.
    Thanks for this!

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