Instagram Live: Being Good to Your Gut

Last updated: October 2022

InflammatoryBowelDisease.net recently hosted its third Instagram Live in our 4-week series "Let's Talk FOOD!" featuring our very own Crohn's Patient Leader Julie Palumbo. In this series, Julie tackles a variety of topics around food and IBD. Julie is a Certified Nutrition Consultant who lives with Crohn's disease and works closely with individuals who suffer from inflammatory bowel disease.

In this third Instagram Live, Julie discusses the topic, "Being Good to Your Gut." Julie talks about some common gut irritants, foods that are commonly more calming for the gut, how stress can negatively impact our digestive system, and ways we can adjust lifestyle to improve gut health.

Watch the Instagram Live video below!

Join us for our last Instagram Live in our 4 week series:

Tuesday, October 25 @ 2:00PM EST
Finding Your Foods
Identifying your "safe foods" is essential to navigating life with IBD, and knowing how to ensure they are always at your fingertips is a great way to feel safe and confident when you leave the house. Join us as we help you "find your foods" and create habits that will allow you to always have those go-to items on hand.

Read more information about each topic here and watch the previous Live videos in our "Let's Talk FOOD!" series.

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