Cheese is junk food

The food processing factor (e.g. deep-frying) cannot be ruled out (3). The extent to which this factor influences the development of IBD has not yet been adequately researched.

Healthy eating in IBD

Diets high in animal fats and sugars make IBD symptoms worse for many people. Raw vegetables, citrus fruits, unripe pome fruits and fried foods can also have a negative effect on the symptoms (4).

In general, it is recommended that those affected eat a healthy diet. The best way to find out for yourself which foods are good for you. Keeping a food diary can help determine how you react to certain foods.

If you find it difficult to pay attention to a healthy diet, the detox treatment from effective nature could help you to change your diet.

Several previous studies have also shown that vitamin D deficiency in ulcerative colitis increases the risk of relapse more quickly. Therefore, remember to have your vitamin D level checked and, in the event of a deficiency - in consultation with your doctor - to take an appropriate dietary supplement.

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  1. Georgia State University, Certain foods common in diets of US adults with inflammatory bowel disease, Medicalxpress, 6.5.2020.
  2. Clinic for Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Inflammatory Bowel Diseases, University Hospital Zurich, as of May 12, 2020.
  3. Moon K. Han et al, Examination of food consumption in United States adults and the prevalence of inflammatory bowel disease using National Health Interview Survey 2015, PLOS ONE, 23.5.20.
  4. Susanne Meinrenken, Nutrition in Inflammatory Bowel Diseases, Deximed, December 26, 2019

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