17 Struggles Only People Whose Digestive System Hates Them Will Understand

gastrogofuckyourself:

I feel like we can all relate to this

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Do you read The Pillow Fort Magazine?

It’s the only magazine for, and by, positive young people living with chronic illness!

The Thriving Issue is out now - available in handy PDF format for only £3!

Get your copy here!

Want a sneak peak before parting with your money? Get a free sampler made up of 9 pieces from the first 4 issues here.

Please share widely. This magazine is really taking off and I really want The Pillow Fort to be a positive and understanding hub for young people with chronic illness! 

Lunch for tomorrow! !

Lunch for tomorrow! !

amut0:

having severe ibs is just like

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thecrohnsjourneyfoundation:

Do you guys know what celiac disease is and how it’s different from IBD?

Article link: https://thecrohnsjourneyfoundation.org/celiac-disease-different-ibd/

Photo credit: ginadavy.com

#ibd #crohns #ulcerativecolitis #disease #health #celiac

thecrohnsjourneyfoundation:

Do you guys know what celiac disease is and how it’s different from IBD?

Article link: https://thecrohnsjourneyfoundation.org/celiac-disease-different-ibd/

Photo credit: ginadavy.com

#ibd #crohns #ulcerativecolitis #disease #health #celiac

evaruths:

Great was to start off the fall baking season ! #picstitch #chai #cupcakes #celiac #gfhappiness #gf

evaruths:

Great was to start off the fall baking season ! #picstitch #chai #cupcakes #celiac #gfhappiness #gf

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livelovelaughwellness:

Quinoa Vs. Rice! Quinoa is the winner! Amazing food!
Read about the benefits of Quinoa below:
Health Benefits of Quinoa 1 – Quinoa for Weight Loss Quinoa has more protein than all other grains and the protein in quinoa contains all essential amino acids making it a complete protein. According to a study, in comparison to wheat and rice, quinoa was found to provide greater satiety, making it an excellent alternative for weight loss and management.
Health Benefits of Quinoa 2 – Quinoa for Celiac Disease Quinoa is an important source of nutrients for individuals having celiac disease. Celiac disease is brought on by dietary gluten present in wheat, rye and barley. A strict gluten free diet is the current treatment for celiac disease. Quinoa is highly nutritious, with low prolamin concentrations, which has been advised as part of a gluten free diet for celiac disease.
Nutrients in Quinoa Quinoa is a great source of manganese  and magnesium. It’s a very good source of protein source as well as vitamins E and B2, and dietary fiber. It’s a good source of iron, copper, phosphorus and zinc. Quinoa has been considered as a crop for NASA’s Controlled Ecological Life Support System due to its high protein values and unique composition of amino acids. One serving of quinoa has the following amino acids: leucine, isoleucine, lysine, tyrosine, phenylalanine, methionine, cysteine,  histidine, threonine, tryptophan and valine. The exact amounts of these amino acids varies slightly, but a serving of quinoa always has significant amounts of each. Amino acids are the building blocks of protein. Our bodies require amino acids to make structural proteins as well as produce hormones and neurotransmitters. Although our bodies use a multitude of amino acids, we only need nine essential amino acids in our diet.
History of Quinoa Quinoa was for the South American Native Americans a dietary staple. A mixture of fat and quinoa known as “war balls” was used to sustain the Incan armies that usually marched days at a time. In an effort to wipe out the South American natives as well as their culture, the Spanish conquistadors just about eradicated the existence of quinoa.

The majority of quinoa is brought in from South American countries like Bolivia, Peru and Ecuador, though it’s also being grown in the Colorado Rockies in the U.S.
Thanks to AboutNutritionfacts.com for this amazing graphic.

livelovelaughwellness:

Quinoa Vs. Rice! Quinoa is the winner! Amazing food!

Read about the benefits of Quinoa below:

Health Benefits of Quinoa 1 – Quinoa for Weight Loss
Quinoa has more protein than all other grains and the protein in quinoa contains all essential amino acids making it a complete protein. According to a study, in comparison to wheat and rice, quinoa was found to provide greater satiety, making it an excellent alternative for weight loss and management.

Health Benefits of Quinoa 2 – Quinoa for Celiac Disease
Quinoa is an important source of nutrients for individuals having celiac disease. Celiac disease is brought on by dietary gluten present in wheat, rye and barley. A strict gluten free diet is the current treatment for celiac disease. Quinoa is highly nutritious, with low prolamin concentrations, which has been advised as part of a gluten free diet for celiac disease.

Nutrients in Quinoa
Quinoa is a great source of manganese  and magnesium. It’s a very good source of protein source as well as vitamins E and B2, and dietary fiber. It’s a good source of iron, copper, phosphorus and zinc. Quinoa has been considered as a crop for NASA’s Controlled Ecological Life Support System due to its high protein values and unique composition of amino acids. One serving of quinoa has the following amino acids: leucine, isoleucine, lysine, tyrosine, phenylalanine, methionine, cysteine,  histidine, threonine, tryptophan and valine. The exact amounts of these amino acids varies slightly, but a serving of quinoa always has significant amounts of each. Amino acids are the building blocks of protein. Our bodies require amino acids to make structural proteins as well as produce hormones and neurotransmitters. Although our bodies use a multitude of amino acids, we only need nine essential amino acids in our diet.

History of Quinoa
Quinoa was for the South American Native Americans a dietary staple. A mixture of fat and quinoa known as “war balls” was used to sustain the Incan armies that usually marched days at a time. In an effort to wipe out the South American natives as well as their culture, the Spanish conquistadors just about eradicated the existence of quinoa.

The majority of quinoa is brought in from South American countries like Bolivia, Peru and Ecuador, though it’s also being grown in the Colorado Rockies in the U.S.

Thanks to AboutNutritionfacts.com for this amazing graphic.

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