IBDU is dedicated to bringing educational resources to all people with IBD.
So often doctors fail to see their patients holistically and information falls through the cracks. We hope to empower young people with IBD by providing knowledge we deserve to have.
With these resources we aim to give:
- an understanding of our disease and medications
- an awareness of all approaches and options to IBD management
- an opportunity to learn from one another's experiences
- a confident approach to navigating relationships with IBD
Professors Guide to IBD
Professors Guide to IBD was made for college professors everywhere. Through this educational guide, we strive to give professors a valuable and fair perspective on what it's like to be a student with IBD. We hope that the creation of this guide will allow you to advocate for yourself without forcing vulnerability from you.
Alternative & Complementary Therapies
Living in a world with COVID-19 is full of unknowns. For those with preexisting conditions (like IBD!) it can be particularly stressful. For the most recent information and research on the relatonship between IBD and COVID, take a look at this resource -- IBD & COVID-19.
Tufts Guide to IBD
Designed as a future template for other schools. Tufts Guide to IBD provides integral information for any college student at Tufts University with IBD. This guide includes information on accessing accommodations, contacting professors, dining on campus, and more! If you are interested in helping put together a guide for your university please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Blueberry Lemon Mug Cake
Breakfast Egg Cups 2 ways
Coconut Flour Pizza Crust
Put together by Chef with IBD (Abigail Marie), these simple recipes are designed for college students and follow the specific carbohydrate diet (SCD). For more on SCD and its anti-inflammatory characteristics, click here.