If you’re dealing with Crohn’s disease hair loss, you’ve come to the right place. While some hair loss is normal for everyone, this article will explain a bit more about possible Crohn’s disease hair loss, Ulcerative Colitis hair loss and what you can do about it.
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Learn the most important things about an IBD diet, and key things to consider to manage your IBD from an IBD Registered Dietitian Nutritionist.
This blog will share insights into the types of surgeries like proctocolectomy, total colectomy, and subtotal colectomy, and how they impact diet and lifestyle.
Are you wondering if oatmeal is okay for you to eat? Some people with IBD experience constipation as a common symptom. If this is you and you’re wondering if oatmeal is good for constipation, this article will help you understand more about how oatmeal might support your IBD journey.
Navigating the world of gut health as someone with IBD can be like searching for the right key in a large set of unknown doors. As an IBD-specialized dietitian and the partner of a husband with Crohn’s disease, I’ve walked alongside many clients and lived the daily realities of managing this condition. Coffee, a beloved beverage worldwide, often comes up in our discussions. Does it exacerbate inflammation, or can it fit into an IBD-friendly diet?
This 7-day meal plan for Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis will help guide you through your dietary needs. You’ll have piece of mid knowing these foods have anti-inflammatory properties and are easier to digest.
Many people with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) may wonder what lectins in food are, which foods are sources of lectins, and if they should be avoided with IBD. Here are the key things to know.
Join us in uncovering the relationship between your diet and lymphocytic colitis in this informative blog about the lymphocytic colitis diet. We will take a deep dive into what foods to include and avoid to manage lymphocytic colitis symptoms, and promote a better quality of life.
Many women with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) may wonder if they can safely have a baby with Crohn’s or colitis, so here are answers to the most common questions.
Pizza isn’t just a tasty food – it can feel like a slice of normalcy and fun in our busy lives. But since your IBD diagnosis, have you been wondering if you can eat pizza with ulcerative colitis or Crohn’s disease? If so, then this blog is for you!
While both share similar symptoms and are both types of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), they are not the same illness and affect different areas of the GI tract. This blog will compare the key differences between Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis (UC).
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