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Posts by Shae Puckett

Shae Puckett

Shae Puckett

Shae is a published Behavioral Neuroscientist, researcher, and current MS in Nutrition and Dietetics student dedicated to redefining IBD healthcare through evidence-based, patient-driven interventions. Shae holds a BS in Behavioral Neuroscience from Northeastern University and is pursuing an MS in Nutrition and Dietetics with years of experience as an educator and in studying the connection between factors like diet, the microbiome, drugs, and behavior. Dedicated to helping empower IBDers to achieve remission through experiential, science-based education, Shae is developing version two of the IBDCoach curriculum alongside our team of IBD experts. On top of that, Shae is spearheading the research team at IBDCoach, investigating the efficacy of our novel framework to drive novel innovations in IBD treatment strategies around the world.
Diet & Nutrition

The Microbiota-Gut-Brain Axis in Inflammatory Bowel Disease

The Microbiome-Gut-Brain Axis is one of the most central functional systems connecting the human body to the diverse ecosystems around us. The complex connections between the human gut microbiome, inflammatory bowel disease, our brain, and our health are key drivers of IBD pathogenesis that may be harnessed to promote healing from IBD.

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IBD Biology

Living With Inflammatory Bowel Disease

IBD is a lifetime condition but it doesn’t have to be a life sentence. Living with a chronic gastrointestinal condition like Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis affects far more than just your gut health.

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