These 3 Things may help your Crohn's Disease and guess what? You probably have them in your house already.
Now before anyone gets excited I haven't said that these 3 foods will cure your Crohn's Disease. Instead I believe that they will help relieve some of the symptoms associated with this horrible disease. So here are the 3 foods that you should eat and I have also listed the benefits of including these 3 foods in your diet.
Lemongrass has been found, through research in Japan, to help ease some of the inflammation and irritation associated with Crohn’s Disease. It is also easy to add to your diet as it is very recipe friendly as a lot of Asian dishes, particularly Thai food, use lemongrass in their ingredient lists. You can also get this in pill form.
Turmeric is believed to be anti-inflammatory and has been used to treat inflammation for a long time. It can be added to stews and curries but because of the implications of eating spicy food it is better to consume it in capsule form. Curcumin is the clinical name of turmeric.
Green tea has many healing properties. It is believed to reduce the inflammation associated with crohn’s disease. Some studies have even shown that green tea can reduce the risk of developing colon cancer. So make sure you boil up a cup of green tea and enjoy it hot or turn it into a refreshing iced tea by adding mint.
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Yours in Health and Wellness
My Crohn's Doctor
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