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Suffering From Ulcerative Colitis? Find What To Eat And What Not!

Managing food habits is a key factor to curb disease conditions of all sorts, and it becomes significant and crucial in cases of autoimmune disease conditions like ulcerative colitis, which can aggravate in an unforeseen manner due to bad food habits. However, no food habits can trigger the disease condition, though they can worsen the symptoms, and thus deteriorate the health condition of the patients. Hence, while assuring that time-bound treatment methods are chosen to achieve and maintain deep remission, ulcerative colitis patients should also make note of their food habits and get accustomed to eating healthy, in order to avoid symptom flare-ups that can hamper the treatment process and weaken the health condition. Mild to severe ulcerative colitis conditions can soon turn out life threatening, as it can result in severe inflammation and ulceration which can destroy the lining of the large intestine and rectum. It can also result in severe pain, bloating, and diarrhoea.

Here is a list of foods that can exacerbate ulcerative colitis symptoms in no time:
1.Being high in fiber, legumes and beans can cause gas and bloating, the reason why they are not recommended for ulcerative patients, as they might result in flare-ups and aggravation of disease condition.
2.Ulcerative colitis patients are advised coffee and tea in recommended quantities, as they can easily fuel bathroom breaks.
3.As we are well aware of, most of the IBD patients are lactose intolerant, the reason why diary products can trigger and soon aggravate IBD symptoms.
4.Consumption of broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage and celery can result in gas, cramps, and bloating
5.Ulcerative colitis patients must stop eating whole seeds.
6.Corns and mushrooms are not easily digestible, and cause GI irritations and diarrhoea
7.Fatty meats are bad for ulcerative colitis patients, whereas lean meats can be consumed.
8.Though spices in moderate quantities might not do any harm, a heavily spicy diet can worsen UC symptoms.

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Keywords: Deep Remission, Differential Diagnosis IBD, Ulcerative Colitis

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