It is my passion to help people heal from every disease, but since I personally suffered from Inflammatory Bowel Disease, I have an extra special passion to help people get well who suffer from this dreadful illness.

I finally completely my new website about healing inflammatory bowel disease. Please share it with anyone you know who has Ulcerative Colitis or Crohn's Disease


26 thoughts on “Ulcerative Colitis or Crohn’s Disease – Maintenance Diet for Inflammatory Bowel Disease

    • Hi Mark, yup it’s still bad in the case of someone with IBD. One of the goals in avoiding bread is to to avoid wheat, barely, and rye (gluten) all together. Pita is made with wheat flour.

      The food group of grains in general is not the best food group for Ulceraive Colitis. However, if and when you eat from the grains category I encourage people to choose yeast and gluten free grain options.

    • Yeah its hard to say i know what i have i have neglected to get a scope up my coloon because when and if i do get diagnosed with a disease like chrons or colitis i will refuse the medicines they want to put me on food is the medicine for so many people. i need to really understand that.

  1. I would disagree , eating raw food there is always a possibility of infection, especially in tropical countries where hygiene is an issue, eating warm food which is easy on tummy is best choice like Moong, rice, some easy to digest lentils

    • maybe but its better then inviting more infection for those suffering from IBS or IBD, especially during flair, its fatal to make blanket statements on raw food without understanding that more than half of population get chemically grown fruits and veggies and most of it is not stored in right way during transportation and/or shelfs which increases risk of infection.

    • knowledge of where the food is coming from is important but so is understanding what foods to avoid during a flair. From my experiences in helping others and myself I see the diet I suggest and the most possible chance for recovery.

  2. is ginger tea good when in a healing state i read it can reduce the mucus but in your other video you mentioned hydrating is good to building mucus

    • Ginger is good in tea to reduce inflammation but only in a small amount. Some people may have issues with ginger so if you have a bad reaction best to avoid.

  3. While I disagree with your views about meat/ fish, you certainly do have some great advice otherwise. The biggest concern for us crohnnies is knowing your source- and knowing your body well enough to avoid certain things so you do not trigger flare ups. Everyone is different though- so what may work for you may not work for me. I actually believe a lot of what triggers our flare ups and what foods we can eat safely is genetic and possibly due to our ancestors diets.

  4. Hi I have uc I’m trying to heal myself I’m on remicade and I want off I’m 19 on remicade every time I eat junk food it’s normal stool but when I go I loose all the weight since there’s no nutrients but when I eat fruits or vegetables my stools are just water please help I want to heal but I’m intolerant to the things that heal its so frustrating

    • let me know how it goes and let me know if you have any more questions that you didn’t see in my videos. Get the supplements. Especially the clay

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