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Medications that reduce inflammation or suppress your immune system are common treatments for Crohn's disease. Lifestyle and diet changes may also help with symptom control and flare-ups. Try to eat low-fat foods, limit dairy products, eat small meals, drink lots of water, consider multivitamins, and avoid smoking.
IBD, inflammatory bowel disease, alternative medicine, complementary medicine, colonoscopy, nutrition therapy, surgery, stress
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