Digestive Health Journals
In the Inside Tract® newsletter, issue 204, we wrote about how using a journal can help you learn more about your digestive condition. This year we’ve added to that concept and created a full digestive health journal that you can use to track your diet, lifestyle, and symptoms. It is available in three different cover designs for ~$9.99 depending on your country. Please note, as an Amazon Associate, the Gastrointestinal Society earns from qualifying purchases. So, if you make a purchase on Amazon after pressing the ‘Buy on…’ buttons below, the GI Society will receive a small commission in addition to revenue from the sale of our these books. All revenue will go toward our mission.
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About the Digestive Health Journals
Take control of your health with this three month digestive health journal! Track what you eat, how much you drink, your moods, symptoms, sleep patterns, toilet habits, and more. Find out which habits make you feel on top of the world and which make you want to curl up in bed. Then, use this information with your doctor to help you make future choices that contribute to better digestive health.
This health and wellness journal is perfect for anyone who wants to improve their digestive health, whether you have a diagnosed gastrointestinal (GI) condition or you are experiencing unexplained digestive symptoms. It works as a food sensitivity journal, diet tracker (e.g., low FODMAP diet), food diary, and allergy journal, with a focus on digestive illnesses, such as IBS (irritable bowel syndrome), celiac disease, Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), food allergy and/or intolerance, and more.
What’s Included Inside Each Journal
- Instructions on How to Use The Journal
- Health Information Form
- Diagnosis Form
- Healthcare Appointment Pages
- Medication/Supplement Pages
- Three Two-Page Spread Quick View Calendars
- 93 Daily Journal Pages Containing:
- Food (breakfast, lunch, dinner, snack)
- Bowel movement (Time, Type, Pain, Notes)
- Medications/supplement checklist
- Notes (Blank Lined Pages)
- And More
The information in this publication should not replace the knowledge or diagnosis of your physician or healthcare team. The Gastrointestinal Society recommends seeking advice from a medical professional whenever a health problem arises.
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