This inflammation can also cause painful and uncomfortable symptoms, such as abdominal pain and diarrhea. People with Crohn’s disease can use nutritional therapy and dietary changes to help control the inflammatory processes affecting their gastrointestinal tracts. Making dietary changes during flare-ups may help achieve remission phases, or support longer periods of remission between flare-ups. People have different needs and there is no one unique diet which can be recommended universally. Crohn’s disease can cause malnutrition, with deficiencies in carbohydrates, proteins, fats, dietary minerals, and vitamins. In areas of the gut that are chronically affected by inflammation, the body is not able to absorb nutrients as effectively. It causes dehydration.
IBD is a polygenic disease thought to be triggered by environmental factors. IBD may represent dysregulated mucosal inflammation in response to gut microbiota. A Western or westernized lifestyle is thought to be a major driver of the growing incidence of IBD. Currently, however, the key environmental factor for IBD is unidentified. It is imperative that we identify the ubiquitous environmental factor underlying IBD in order to provide suitable treatment. Findings from epidemiology studies have indicated that diets high in animal fat and low in fruits and vegetables are the most common pattern associated with an increased risk of IBD 1. We believe that westernized diet-associated gut dysbiosis is the most ubiquitous environmental factor in IBD 2.
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