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Exclusion Diet Proves Beneficial for Crohn’s Disease Patients

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Clinical trial concludes that an exclusion diet has significant benefits for Crohn's patients

Is an exclusion diet beneficial to Crohn's patients? A clinical trial finds significant results. 

A recent clinical trial has shed light on the use of a special type of diet for Crohn’s disease patients. This special diet called the Crohn's disease exclusion diet (CDED-AD) has shown promise in managing patients with Crohn’s disease.

Crohn's disease is a chronic and debilitating condition that affects the digestive system, causing inflammation and damage to the intestines. The disease is characterized by a wide range of symptoms, including abdominal pain, diarrhea, weight loss, and fatigue. Although there is currently no cure for Crohn's disease, researchers are constantly exploring new treatments that can help patients manage their symptoms and maintain a good quality of life.

The CDED is a diet that excludes or limits exposure to foods that may negatively affect the beneficial gut bacteria or intestinal function. It is based on the concept of excluding certain foods that are known to trigger inflammation and damage in the gut, while also promoting the consumption of foods that are rich in anti-inflammatory and gut-healing nutrients.

The diet includes a variety of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean proteins, and healthy fats while excluding certain foods such as dairy, gluten, processed foods, and sugary snacks.

A recent clinical study published in the Lancet Gastroenterology and Hepatology journal has found that the Crohn's disease exclusion diet (CDED-AD) may be an effective way to reduce the symptoms of Crohn’s disease and help patients live a relatively good and healthy life.

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The clinical study, which was conducted by a team of researchers in Israel, involved 44 participants with Crohn's disease. The participants were divided into two groups. One group was given CDED, and the other group was given CDED plus some nutritional supplements. The study continued for 24 weeks, during which the patients in both groups were regularly assessed for Crohn’s disease symptoms.

The results of the study showed that the CDED diet was associated with a significant improvement in disease symptoms and quality of life. Moreover, the CDED-AD diet was found to be safe and well-tolerated by the participants, with no serious adverse effects reported during the clinical study period. The clinical trial also showed that the patients taking the CDED diet had better laboratory test values as well.

The findings of this clinical trial are very significant as they show that a simple new diet can be used to effectively manage Crohn’s disease, which previously required long-term medication and sometimes surgery.

In conclusion, the CDED-AD diet appears to be a promising new approach to managing Crohn's disease and may offer a safe and effective alternative to traditional medication and surgical interventions. If you're interested in trying the CDED-AD diet, be sure to consult with a qualified healthcare professional first to ensure that it's safe and appropriate for you.
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