Rory Hornstein, RD.

Inflammatory Bowel Disease

The challenge of dealing with a chronic illness can change the course of one's life. To get well does not mean to "cure" this disease. It does, however, mean you can help the bowel and decrease the devastating symptoms of this illness. We are seeing increasing struggles with digestive disorders - IBS, Inflammatory Bowel Disease (Crohns and Colitis) - and are looking for ideas on what to eat with these challenges.

A Registered Dietitian is for those who wish to:

Practical and easy to understand, an individualized nutrition consult will help you feel better, reduce your symptoms, and gain control over your illness.

Crohn's & Colitis Foundation

The Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of Canada (CCFC) believes that a cure will be found for Crohn's disease and Ulcerative Colitis.

To realize this, the CCFC is committed to raising funds for medical research. The CCFC also believes it is important to make all individuals with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) aware of the foundation, and to educate these individuals, their families, health professionals and the general public about these diseases.

myIBD App

SickKids has launched a free mobile app to empower teens and parents of young children with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) to take control of the disease.

myIBD app allows patients to track their food, stool, pain and frequency of washroom visits all on their mobile device. It also provides educational tools to help manage these symptoms. myIBD app can also benefit adults with IBD and is currently available for free in the App Store for iPhones, iPad, and the iPod touch. It will also be available to Android devices later this year.

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