I am going to a nutritionist on Wednesday. I had a very lengthy discussion with him to try to figure out if he would be able to even try to help. He said he only works with tough cases, not the ones like weight loss or something. He seems convinced that we can at least reduce the pain with nutrition. There is a part of me that is thinking he is on to something. At the same time, let's say it can be controlled by nutrition, can it reduce what already exists, or reverse it? I guess there is always going to be more questions when it comes to this disease than answers. This nutritionist claims to have just massively helped a lady who has chrones disease, and how she is doing great and now off of her meds. I guess we'll see what happens. Wish me luck.
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