The ABCs of IBD: The Basics of Inflammatory Bowel Disease & Diet - 47th Annual Course Session Recording
Recorded On: 11/01/2020
Overview: Paula Gallagher, MFN RD LD presents The ABCs of IBD: The Basics of Inflammatory Bowel Disease & Diet
Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis are diseases affecting upwards of 1 million Americans. While diet is not the cause of Inflammatory Bowel Disease many disease sufferers follow food exclusion diets. Nutritional deficiencies in patients with Inflammatory Bowel Disease can increase symptoms and further delay disease remission. In this session, examine evidence-based research that can assist patients in achieving a diet that supports energy needs, provides adequate vitamins and minerals, and improves symptoms.
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