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    International Inflammatory Bowel Disease Research Organization released the first "Dietary Guidelines for Patients with Inflammatory Bowel Disease" | Guidelines Consensus

    • Last Update: 2021-04-18
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    Recently, some evidence shows that diet and gut microbes play an important role in the pathogenesis of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).

    Some diets seem to induce remission of Crohn’s disease (CD), while other specific dietary components are also associated with the recurrence of ulcerative colitis (UC).

     But at present, there are no guidelines to state and explain which specific foods (for patients with IBD) are harmful and which specific foods are beneficial.

     In order to solve this problem and provide better care and education for patients, the International Organization for Inflammatory Bowel Disease Research (IOIBD) established an expert group to negotiate and discuss this issue based on evidence from the existing literature, and finally released This dietary guideline for patients with IBD focuses on the best dietary patterns to control and prevent recurrence of IBD.

     In addition to pasteurized dairy products, the expert group reached a consensus on the effects of all foods mentioned in the literature that are potentially harmful/beneficial to IBD.
    The consensus is as follows (Table 1).

     The main goal of these statements is to reduce symptoms and reduce inflammation.

    Experts suggest that for patients whose inflammation disappears but symptoms persist and are not accompanied by strictures, a low-FODMAP diet or a lactose-free diet can be tried to improve symptoms.

     Yimaitong compiled and compiled from: Arie Levine, a Jonathan M.
    Rhodes, a James O.
    Lindsay.
    Dietary Guidance From the International Organization for the Study of Inflammatory Bowel Diseases.
    Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology 2020;18:1381–1392.
     
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