American College of Gastroenterology in a communications capactity. It's given me a wonderful opportunity to gain deeper understanding of digestive health, engage with and learn from top gastroenterologists and other health experts, discover new medical resources and have access to groundbreaking clinical science that I cannot wait to share with you. It's important to note that everything I write on this blog is my personal view and does not represent the ACG, or any other association or organization in any way. The College also does not endorse this blog. I am writing soley as an individual, on my own time, who is passionate about health and wellness, particulary the role digestive health plays in our overall health.
I know it will take some time to build up my Gastro Groupie following again, but I am devoted to my original mission as Gastro Girl, to put a humorous but educational spin on all-things related to digestive health.
So yes, my tummy is rumbling with excitement. Remember my previous post on the mind-gut connection? The stomach is the second brain, baby. And my brains are both churning and burning just thinking about all the gut things I have planned for you. Stay tuned!
By the way, did you know that March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month? -Well it's coming soon.
Please check out these resources:
Colon Cancer Alliance Dress In Blue Day which is March 4 (Blue Star above is symbol of hope for colon cancer.)
Prevent Cancer 2011 "Super Colon" Schedule (see if the "Super Colon" is coming to city near you!)