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Know Glory

Know Glory

Last week we wrote about how the name No Guts Know Glorywas born. Well sort of. No Guts is a direct reference to Robert Hill losing his colon to Crohn’s disease. But some of you may be wondering why the name also puts a focus on “know,” or knowledge. When Rob was sick, like many […]

Inflammatory Bowel Disease Doesn’t Stop Me

Inflammatory Bowel Disease Doesn’t Stop Me

IBD – Inflammatory Bowel Disease – affects nearly 200,000 Canadians. Why is awareness of Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis low? The stigma associated with these illnesses, which affect people ‘below the belt’, is a barrier to speaking up about how IBD impacts school, work, exercise – even your social life. Rob Hill and Clinton Shard […]

What’s with the name?

Not long after Robert Hill lost his colon in his fight with Crohn’s disease, and shortly after he had ileostomy surgery, he decided to run a marathon. Rob had always been active, but when he became sick with inflammatory bowel disease his health prevented him from living the same active lifestyle he’d enjoyed for years. […]

Future IBD Adventures Treks

IBD Adventures recently went to Kilimanjaro, Tanzania, Africa. In the process, six trekkers climbed to the top of the world’s highest free standing mountain and raised over $30,000 to support programs for children and youth suffering from inflammatory bowel disease, and to provide funds for research to find a cure for IBD. The Everest Base […]