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Crohn's Disease
and Ulcerative Colitis - Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) - Dietary Suggestions

Although many physicians are of the opinion that dietary changes will not influence recovery from or diminishing symptoms of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (i.e. both Crohn's Disease and Ulcerative Colitis), there are alternate views by people who have experienced dramatic success and even full recovery by making dramatic changes to their dietary habits.

BREAKING THE VICIOUS CYCLE, by biochemist and cell biologist, Elaine Gottschall is written in a clear, understandable style. Elaine Gottschall presents an eating plan that can help where drugs fail. This is a practical book that addresses the problems of intestinal conditions and provides an alternative way to help combat digestive disorders. Both research and personal experience has educated Elaine Gottschall about proper nutrition being an alternative to medication and surgery. Many diseases can be prevented, alleviated, or changed by correction in dietary habits.

Elaine Gottschall's personal experience occurred 30 years ago when her four-year-old daughter was diagnosed with incurable ulcerative colitis. The book is a result of her committed endeavors to keep her child alive and prevent her from surgical removal of the colon and replacement with an external bag.

RESTORING YOUR DIGESTIVE HEALTH: How the Guts and Glory Program Can Transform Your Life offers new hope and help to the millions of Americans who are suffering from digestive related disorders and are tired of treatments that do not address the causal factors responsible for their disease. In this easy-to-understand manual, Jordan Rubin and Joseph Brasco give not only a guided tour of the major reasons why our guts revolt against our modern ways of living, but step-by-step directions on how to reverse gastro-intestinal complaints.

THE MAKER'S DIET, one of Jordan Rubin's latest book, and rated in the top 10 of the New York Times, explores in depth the course of action that Jordan took when he changed not only his diet but also his mental attitude and supplement program to regain his health after his life threatening experience with Crohn's Disease. Not only does Jordan Rubin outline a 40 day program to follow, he also suggests the use of an advanced hygiene program to ward off exposure to harmful bacteria, Fungi, viruses and other organisms.

The current release includes his suggestions on Weigh Management as well.

Great Recipes Book Suggestions

Ecology Health Center Cookbook
Recipes that are Dairy Free, Wheat Free, Yeast Free, Sugar Free, Gluten Free. Ideal for people with Candida, Crohn's Disease, Ulcerative Colitis, Irritable Bowel Syndrome and other digestive challenges.
Also available:Ecology Health Center E-Cookbook

Colitis Crohns Recipe Book
Healing Foods: Cooking for Celiacs, Colitis, Crohn's and IBS contains more than 100 colorful photographs and over 200 delicious Specific Carbohydrate Diet recipes. There are great tasting gluten free, lactose free, sugar free, starch free, and wheat free recipes for those suffering from Celiac, Ulcerative Colitis, Crohn's, and IBS.

Candida CookbookThe book also provides a medically controlled treatment program which includes lists of problem and permitted foods a carbohydrate guide nutritional supplements updated product and source information and a two-week menu plan.

Low microparticle Diet Shows Promise in Management of Crohn's Disease

A study reported in the February 2001 issue of the European Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology found that a diet low in microparticles could be beneficial in the management of Crohns disease. Researchers in London have identified tiny bits of inorganic material in intestinal white blood cells known as phagocytes.

The researchers believe this material may induce inflammation in susceptible individuals. For a 4 month period, 20 Crohns patients were chosen randomly to be part of a trial group or a control group to receive a low microparticle diet or a control diet. In addition, special care was taken to peel and wash fruits and vegetables, to avoid substances (including toothpaste and medications) that could contain trace particles of titanium dioxide, and to only use filtered water. Over the four months, those patients receiving the microparticle diet had a decreased Crohns activity index, and seven patients achieved remission as compared to none in the control group. This study, the first of its kind, indicates that there are certain agents that, when eliminated, may control the inflammation of Crohns disease.


 

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