I am suffering from ulcerative colitis. ? Qu? type of diet should I take to relieve my s? symptoms?

July 27th, 2013 by Emily

Question: I am suffering from ulcerative colitis. ? Qu? type of diet should I take to relieve my s? symptoms? I’ve been to many m? Doctors, and the best solutions offering gr? Were the surg an? Ay take a mont? N of pills and suppositories that do not really work. No s? what? do and the s? symptoms have not improved after? s of a month. ? Qu? I do? Greatest answer:


low fiber …. the p? Page I command that tells you what you can consume and what to stay away from, I hope will help … http://www.crohnszone.org/lowfibre.html

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3 Comments on “I am suffering from ulcerative colitis. ? Qu? type of diet should I take to relieve my s? symptoms?”

  1. designerchik123 says:

    i have uc and im only 12 but my diet is no tomato based food!and no hot stuff like salsa or ne thing! i took prednizone IT SUCKED!

  2. j_gruzard says:

    I can’t say that it will cure you but Goji is remarkable, and there are many testimonials to many different things
    http://www.jagjuice.freelife.com

  3. gastroscience says:

    The most important thing to do is to reduce the incidence of diarrhea and blood. Probiotics, especially the sacchromyces boulardii yeast are known to reduce and even eliminate the diarrhea. Research has shown that boulardii up to 6 times a day is important for UC patients. Below are a list of not too many bacteria that are readily available on various websites or a place like Whole Foods.

    As far as diet goes you want to minimize the ingestion of sulfur containing foods, especially if you are experiencing rotten egg smelling farts as those kind of farts are indicating that you have a high concentration of hydrogen sulfide (H2S) which is a toxic byproduct of protein digestion. Those stinky farts also mean that your body is not properly detoxifying the H2S and will weaken the colon cells. Less meat, less onions and garlic, are important ways of reducing the sulfide precursors.

    As far as things to add, make sure that you are ingesting the bifidobacteria listed below and get some Metamucil, which is essentially repackaged Psyllium husks, or Plantago Ovata fiber. The combination of Psyllium and bifidobacteria has been shown to be as effective as the standard pharmaceutical 5-ASA type drugs such as Pentasa or Mensalamine in clinical testing. Go figure $500/month vs. less than $60/month. The combination of 5-ASA, psyllium husk, and bifidobacteria is also beneficial.

    As long as you are getting the bifidobacteria, try some oat bran, wheat bran, or brown rice. In in many patients the bran products help reduce inflammation.

    There are many things you can to to ease colitis. Review the following list of KEYWORDs and go to http://www.pubmed.gov and type in: “ulcerative colitis” KEYWORD
    to see the results of the peer reviewed journals. Here is the list…

    lactobacillus and bifidobacteria: Kyodophilus by Wakanuga
    lactoabacillus GG: Lactobacillus GG by Culturelle
    sacchromyces boulardii: a gut friendly yeast by Jarrow
    Pepto Bismol
    Fish oil
    bromelain
    papain
    quercetin
    boswellia
    vitamin C
    vitamin E
    magnesium in citrate or ionic form: traceminerals.com

    The best but unpleasant treatment is a human fecal transplant. In pubmed type in: fecal Borody TJ
    and you will see the articles. Download and review and you will learn that some people can be cured of ulcerative colitis. According to Borody, about 1/6 colitis patients get cured. You could be one of the lucky ones. I know folks who are doing well with this treatment.

    Secondary possibilities
    capric acid (not much research here but shown to be good against a Candida infection)
    caprylic acid (not much research here but shown to be good against a Candida infection)

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