While clinicians have historically suggested low-fiber diets for patients with Crohn’s disease, the latest research suggests that some of the best foods for Crohn’s include those that are high in fiber and combine probiotics with prebiotic fiber.
The Future of Treatment for Autoimmune Digestive Disorders: Considering the Autoimmune Protocol Diet
Recent findings indicate that nutritional intervention, including specialized diets and supplementation, can be an effective approach for treating autoimmune digestive disorders.
Exploring the Therapeutic Benefits of Turmeric Supplements for Patients with Gastrointestinal Disorders
The latest research suggests that a relatively new turmeric-based supplement—tetrahydrocurcumin—may be more effective for addressing gastrointestinal symptoms, particularly when delivered in highly bioavailable forms.
Gluten intolerance is traditionally associated with celiac disease, but this understanding is shifting as the medical community increasingly recognizes both non-celiac gluten sensitivity and the impact of gluten on other health conditions.
New research is shedding light on the links between Crohn’s disease treatment and microbiome health, potentially opening up the door to better treatment options that provide more complete and durable relief of symptoms.
Crohn’s disease is notoriously difficult to manage. Despite the fact that traditional pharmaceuticals and biologic therapies are available, for many sufferers, these options are insufficient for effectively reducing symptoms.