One question that has popped into my mind regarding your updates is this: (I guess it stems from my pessimistic streak)
You seem to be a person who has symptoms heavily tied to food. And this treatment seems to have helped with that. (As in, you aren't healed as long as you stay on the same food regimen, you appear to be healed AND no longer intolerant of same said foods.)
As we all know some treatments work for some and not others as this disease can be so individual specific. I wonder if this treatment would work a lot better for someone in which diet is a large factor but maybe not so well for someone whom diet isn't as much of an issue. Just a thought. I sure hope not because I'm one for whom diet isn't much of an issue!
Maybe someone has a good answer who followed more of the science in the earlier threads. I didn't follow it because I was doing so well at the time (and now too) but your posts are becoming more and more incredible it's hard not to pay attention, regardless of my doing well on other treatments.
Congrats on the bistro box consumption!
29 years old
Diagnosed 2009 proctosigmoiditis, 2010 Crohn's colitis, 2011 ileocolitis
Symptoms since 10.2007
Pentasa, four grams/day, 6mp 50 mg/day
Rowasa enema, 3 grams every other night
VSL#3 DS one packet/day and VSL#3 yogurt
Turmeric, digestive enzymes, boswellia, propolis, cat's claw, l-glutamine, fish oil, vitamin D, kefir, blueberries
Liver-Milk Thistle; Heart-Hawthorn, sometimes
Post Edited (Levi) : 4/19/2013 6:20:46 AM (GMT-6)