Nicola Whitehill’s Scleroderma Diet – A Patient’s Perspective
Recently researchers identified for possibly the first time a case featuring simultaneous watermelon stomach and watermelon colon. In other words, both organs displayed the appearance of gastrointestinal lesions that resemble the stripes of a watermelon.
Gastrointestinal symptoms are common in both limited or diffuse cases of systemic sclerosis.
“The change in my diet has enabled me to see and feel improvements with a range of my symptoms.”
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