Live Fully with Sunny Anderson
Certain foods may affect people living with UC differently. And cooking show host Sunny Anderson has firsthand experience with that. Diagnosed with UC at the age of 19, she didn't let it take her joy away or her love for cooking.
That's why Pfizer is partnering with Sunny. Together, we're bringing you exclusive recipes as well as resources designed to help you live fully.
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CREW (off camera): We are rolling.
SUNNY ANDERSON: Quiet in the kitchen. (laughter)
SUNNY ANDERSON: As a cooking show host, I have an amazing job. I also have Ulcerative Colitis. And for me, that means food can be a little tricky. But being in here, in the kitchen, it’s what feeds my soul. That’s why I’m partnering with Pfizer. To bring you tools and resources designed to help you live well with UC. We didn’t choose to have UC. But we can work toward living fully.
Take it from me. It can be hard to do much on an empty stomach. And living a full life when you’re absolutely starving? Huh! Out of the question. So I’ve created recipes that work for me to share with others who have UC. When you sign up for emails, you’ll receive my recipes and more resources designed to help you live well with UC.
Now, you know I’m all about eating well, too. Join me. I’ll be talking with others who have UC and sharing dishes that have helped me on my journey. So come hungry. And live fully.