Starting to spread the word–this is so gratifying after years of hard work writing this book. I am especially happy to read emails that people send me about how the book is helping them! So, we have these two new reviews:
Informative, Personal Guide for those with Crohn’s and Colitits, November 17, 2010
By Allison Becker, ND, LAc

Dr. Black and Dede Cummings’ book offers a unique, balanced perspective for those living with Crohn’s disease and/or colitis. Dr. Black succinctly and clearly teaches what is going on in the body on a cellular level that contributes to the development and persistance of Crohns disease. She explains what people can do to take care of their own digestive health by decreasing inflammation and restoring balance to their gastrointestinal systems. Dede Cummings, having lived with Crohn’s disease for many years, shares her personal journey through her conventional and naturopathic medical treatment, and mental/emotional stress management. Dede demonstrates how empowered a person can become when they learn what they can do to be in the driver’s seat of their healthcare. Her contribution in this book leaves Crohn’s and colitis suffers inspired to take control of their own health. I recommend this book highly!

Holistic Approach to Gastro-Intestinal Health, November 16, 2010
By Dr. Siegel (Portland Oregon)

I was so happy to read Dr Black’s and Dede Cumming’s “Living With Crohn’s and Colitis”. Finally there is a personal guide which offers holistic healing for the digestive system. This book fills a niche in Naturopathic and Conventional medicine. It is user-friendly and enjoyable to read. Personal, educational and resourceful. I recommend it to patients with any stubborn digestive disorders, not just my IBD patients.

And, last but not least, the link to the review in today’s Providence Journal.

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