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Treating Ulcerative Colitis and Crohn’s Disease

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We often receive calls asking if we treat Ulcerative Colitis or Crohn’s Disease, and the answer is an emphatic “YES!” Though the IBS Treatment Center was originally founded with an emphasis on treating IBS, patients with Ulcerative Colitis and Crohn’s, which together make up IBD (inflammatory bowel disease), are also welcome and receive unique and […]

Study: Do Foods with Raised IgG Levels Impact Crohn’s Disease?

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This study comes from National Institutes of Health. BACKGROUND/AIMS:This study was designed to assess the role of foods with raised IgG antibodies and additives on the symptoms and inflammation of Crohn’s disease. METHODS:Eight patients with Crohn’s disease in remission were studied. They followed a strict diet during phase I. Then, provocations with two, three-day periods […]

Study Explores Effects of IgG antibodies and Additives on the Course of Crohn’s Disease

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This is great to see! I believe it’s the first study connecting IgG food reactions to Crohn’s disease.  But before you take a look at the study, here’s a quick overview of IgG and IgE antibodies. What does IgG and IgE mean? The immune system produces numerous kinds of antibodies, called immunoglobulins. IgE and IgG […]