Crohn’s disease: Four dairy products to avoid helping to reduce painful flare-ups

Another study published in the National Library of Health further investigated the effects of dairy products on Crohn’s disease symptoms.

Dairy products have been perceived as having the potential to cause adverse effects in individuals with Crohn’s disease (CD).

The study involved 165 men and women diagnosed with CD, with an analysis on whether there were significant differences in symptomatic responses depending on individual dairy products consumed.

The study found dairy products with a high fat content were most frequently reported to worsen perceived CD symptoms.

“Clinically, self-reported CD activity status did not influence responses to dairy products; however, colonic inflammation was more frequently associated with adverse CD effects in comparison to ileal CD involvement,” said the study.


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