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Natural Remedies for Colitis

If you have colitis and want to treat it naturally, there are many options available to you. From supplements like prebiotics and probiotics to discovering healthy ways to eat, natural remedies for colitis have often proven effective, and they’re also easy on the body.

Many people turn to natural colitis treatments as their sole way of treating their conditions. Others opt for natural treatments as a compliment to medicines that their doctors have prescribed for them.

Whichever way you decide to go for your individual colitis treatment, we’re confident that you’ll find you feel better overall when you turn to some of the following natural colitis treatments.

Cutting Refined Carbs

One of the easiest natural treatments for colitis is a simple cutting out of refined carbohydrates from your diet. Refined carbs, such as white breads, white sugar, and foods made with white flours, can cause problems in the gut like a pH level that’s too high. Cut down on refined carbohydrates and replace them with complex carbs that are good for you, such as whole grain breads, better sweetener choices like agave or maple syrup, and whole grain flours.

Identify Allergens

As you treat your colitis condition naturally, you’ll want to keep a food and symptoms journal so that you can track any foods that may be acting as allergens for you and aggravating your get. Some of the most common allergens are dairy foods like butter, milk, cheese, and ice cream, as well as eggs and GMO corn.

Eat Fiber-Rich Foods

Fiber-rich plant foods like fruits, veggies, nuts, whole grain breads, and whole grain cereals keep things moving properly in the bowels. Therefore, you should opt for a lot of these foods when you’re looking for a natural treatment for colitis.

In addition to these natural treatments, you can take a natural supplement like a prebiotic or probiotic, drink lots of water for good digestion, and choose only plant-based proteins. Plants that are high in protein include legumes, whole grains, seeds like quinoa, nuts, and even certain fruits and vegetables.

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Kelly Croteau January 15, 2016