Frequent Characteristics of Crohn’s and Colitis
The colon is frequently involved in Crohn’s disease and is invariable involved in ulcerative colitis. Although rare, patients with ulcerative colitis who have total colon involvement the small intestine. Patients with Crohn’s disease often have close relatives with ulcerative colitis, and vice versa. When there is no granulomatous reaction in Crohn’s disease of the colon, the two lesions may resemble each other clinically as well as pathologically.
There are many epidemiological similarities between the two diseases, including age, race, sex, and geographic distribution. Both conditions are associated with an increased frequency of colonic cancer.
The rates of the two diseases differ slightly with most studies showing ulcerative colitis to be more common than Crohn’s disease. The current estimate of the yearly rate of newly diagnosed cases of ulcerative colitis in Western Europe and the United States is approximately 6-8 cases per 100,000 and the estimated rate of the total number of cases is approximately 70-150 cases per 100,000. The rate of Crohn’s disease is increasing in the western cultures.
How can you improve or resolve your Crohn`s disease or Ulcerative Colitis?
Early detection will help in many cases, but lifestyle changes, particularly the diet will produce the quickest reversal and healing of intestinal aliments. Michelle Honda has a Ph.D. in Holistic Health Sciences. Her educational background includes 10 years of nutritional study and more. Her nutrition diploma, her bachelor’s degree, her master’s degree and her doctorate all focused on nutrition and the lifetime body of work of Dr. Bernard Jensen the pre-eminent clinical nutritionist of the 20th century.
Her knowledge of food and how it affects the body, but more importantly how it affects diseases is in rare company. Plus Michelle Honda did her Doctorate on the major gastrointestinal disorders of Crohn’s, colitis, irritable bowel syndrome and diverticulitis, so she is an expert of experts on these disorders. These conditions are largely diet related, and she has excellent results with her patients with these disorders.
If you are not local to the clinic, Michelle Honda can conduct telephone appointments with you very easily. So if you have a phone, you can now successfully improve your Crohn’s or colitis.
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