Scott, can you please give us a character description of who you are? This is a good question. I feel, at 29 years old, I am still discovering who I am as a person. I
Manoli, can you please describe who you are (not what you do) in a few sentences or less? I am a wellness enthusiast, a conscious entrepreneur, and a biohacker. I’m deeply passionate about helping others
You were diagnosed with UC in 2017 – can you walk us through the moment you were told and what your present-day self would say to you at that moment? This is an interesting question.
Brittany, when were you diagnosed and what was that first experience like for you? I’ve been diagnosed for about 8 years almost and I still remember the moment the doctor told me. I had no
Jen, let’s start by telling us how you start your mornings? I start my morning every day between 6:30-7:30 am. When it’s nice out, I will go for a 2-mile walk on the Hudson and
Cata, let’s start by sharing the past 24 hours of your life with us, please? I usually wake up and give thanks for a new day. Starting my day with gratitude makes a big difference.
We had the pleasure of interviewing an inspiring woman Katie, who was diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis quite some time ago. Just like many of us, she downplayed her initial experience with ulcerative colitis, because of
Once I was diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis, the following months were very surreal memories. Everything happened so fast. One moment I was in the hospital getting cameras shoved up my bum, then all of a
‘You’re married to this for life’ the Gastrologist stated while explaining to me that I had some autoimmune disease called, Ulcerative Colitis. The first time I had ever heard of this so-called ‘disease’ was when