Good nutrition is important for everyone but people with crohn’s disease must be especially diligent about eating wholesome meals.
It is best to buy fresh ingredients (organic if possible) and prepare them yourself. Protein deficiency is common in people with crohn’s. Incorporate quality protein source into your diet, such as organic chicken, legumes, turkey and fish for two meals a day.
Soya bean is also an option unless you are sensitive to it. Homemade soups and broths are excellent. These meals are liquefied and easy to eat. This is particularly helpful during the time of a flare-up.
Juices are ideal for crohn’s sufferers because they require little work from the digestive system and their nutrients are easily absorbed. Drink vegetable juices everyday. Cabbage juice is particularly effective in healing ulcerated areas.
Eat cultured products like kefir or if you’re not allergic to dairy, live unsweetened yogurt everyday. a deficiency of friendly intestinal bacteria is common in crohn’s patients. The symptoms of CROHN’S DISEASE are abdominal pain, chronic diarrhea, gas, loss of appetite, weight loss, nausea, fatigue, malaise, mouth anal sores, headaches, low-grade fever, and anemia.