Researchers have attempted to unveil the mystery of Crohn's Disease and ulcerative colitis for years. The intricate complexities of these diseases still are not fully understood, and scientists persistently search for the missing puzzle pieces. While studies have been done on the effects of a restricted sugar diet and also the effects of probiotics, research combining the two approaches is lacking. However, preliminary scientific evidence has revealed clues to the credibility of the treatment that Dr. J. Rainer Poley recommends. His approach of suggesting a sucrose-restricted diet and taking a reliable probiotic, such as the one containing Lactobacillus Rhamnosus GG (ATC53103), has initiated the continued remission of Crohn's disease for the author's daughter and others.
J. Rainer Poley, MD, a pediatric gastroenterologist, retired in 2011 after being in practice for 50 years. He graduated from the Medical University of Innsbruck, Austria, and completed his pediatric and gastroenterology residency at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. He is the author and coauthor of many published medical articles. Currently, he is writing several medical papers about gastrointestinal topics.
If you've ever wondered what happened to some of the people you remembered as a kid, you know, the local big shot sitting on the bench outside the courthouse flipping a quarter, and maybe that friendly lady at the Dairy Queen who'd give you an extra scoop, or that cigar-smoking gas attendant at Sunoco, and how bout that guy you'd hope to see every Saturday about 4:04 p.m. standing on the back of the caboose waving a big wave to you and your friends. They're all here along with bits and pieces of places and lost faces. "Searching For Brakeman" is a short, targeted account of jogged memories, wrong turns, and lucky breaks. Take a look and let me know if you meet anyone you've forgotten, as you walk yourself down the street in neighborhoods both lost and found. Searching For Brakemen covers alot of stops, from home and hearth, to careful alleys and hills, to foreign countries with familiar faces. You'll meet magnificent misfits, passive palukas, and mysterious dames- a couple of talking cats too.
These tall tales taste of mulligan stew. And that's a dish that stays with you until the end./p>
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