There is so much ‘what’s healthy’ misinformation floating around.

What’s Healthy Misinformation

The “health” community has made it very difficult for my IBS and IBD friends.

A friend told me this past weekend that her aunt has Crohn’s Disease and is fed up. She started eating healthier with salads, and in the process she has gotten worse. She started saying,

Healthy food is crap because all those salads have made me feel worse.

My response to her was this,

I would never have told her to eat a bunch of salads upon diagnosis.

In fact, I overhear the “lettuce and sugar-free treats are good, butter and red meats are bad” conversations weekly.

I have to bite my lip because I made a promise to myself that I would not interject opinion without being asked for that opinion.

But I won’t lie, it is getting harder and harder.

The misinformation about what’s “healthy” is killing our guts.

Information for the Misinformation

You can explore this more by starting with some of these posts:

  1. Why Your New Year’s Resolution Left You More Bloated Than Ever
  2. Master Guide to Nonnutritive Sweeteners
  3. Sugar
  4. Fiber
  5. Why You Might be Bloated and Constipated
  6. Why Your Body is Inflamed
  7. Can you heal your gut on a Vegan Diet?

p.s. If you peruse this website, you’ll find hundreds of articles that share my healing journey, what I did, and information to back it all up. Start here.

Be informed with the correct information! Grab The Gutsy Girl’s Bible HERE and The Leaky Gut Meal Plan HERE.


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  1. Sometime “healthy” food really isn’t healthy. I think everyone should eat what makes them personally feel at the top of their game.

  2. Having IBS-D for 12 years now has taught me that “healthy” is a relative term when it comes to food and nutrition. People have enormous misconceptions about just the basics about what people need to eat and why.

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