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How should I eat if I have Crohn's disease?

There is no specific diet for Crohn's disease, and no foods that are known to trigger bowel inflammation. If you have Crohn's disease you need to be careful about maintaining your nutrition. You may notice less discomfort during flares if you limit your diet to more bland foods.

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