Crohn's disease is a chronic, incurable inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). Symptoms include severe belly pain and diarrhea, among others.
Certain foods or eating habits can exacerbate Crohn's disease symptoms, although they aren't the underlying cause or trigger of the IBD, says Dr. Sunanda Kane, professor of gastroenterology at the Mayo Clinic, in Rochester, Minn.
Each person is different, so you may need to use trial and error to see what types of food or eating habits help (or hurt) your symptoms. From our friends at Health.com, here are 15 tips on how to eat with Crohn's...
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