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I’m a nutritionist with IBD. These are my 5 favorite foods for gut health

Posted: February 18 2021

By Alexa Federico While there’s not a singular list of foods that everyone with IBD should toss in their grocery carts (food tolerances vary across the board), there are a handful of foods that stand out as my personal favorites for great gut health. Bone broth Bone broth is a food with ancient origins. It’s made by […]

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Sugar may trigger inflammatory bowel disease by breaking down gut mucus

Posted: January 20 2021

By Madeline Barron When I was seventeen, I discovered that I could make s’mores in the microwave. The recipe was simple: slam a marshmallow on to a graham cracker, heat for 20 seconds, and let it balloon. This occasional summer treat soon became a daily indulgence. My inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) diagnosis soon followed.  IBD […]

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Helmsley awards $4.7 million for Crohn’s diet therapy research

Posted: December 1 2020

“Previous studies strongly suggest that dietary interventions may be beneficial in Crohn’s disease, but clear evidence-based recommendations are lacking,” Paul Scholl, program director of the Helmsley Charitable Trust Crohn’s disease program, said in the release. “By directly evaluating the effects of specific dietary regimens in preventing and treating Crohn’s disease, these new studies will provide much needed […]

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The association between inflammatory potential of diet and disease activity

Results from a cross-sectional study in patients with inflammatory bowel disease

Abstract Background Diet may play a role in disease status in patients with inflammatory bowel disease. We tested whether the inflammatory potential of diet, based on a summation of pro- and anti-inflammatory nutrients, is associated with disease activity in patients with Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. Methods Participants completed a disease activity questionnaire (short Crohn’s […]

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