Welcome to our comprehensive research database dedicated to publications and research at the intersection of nutrition and Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD). We aim to offer a well-organized data repository to empower your exploration of this field.
The Crohn's Disease Exclusion Diet: A Comprehensive Review of Evidence, Implementation Strategies, Practical Guidance, and Future Directions
"Out of the box" new therapeutic strategies for Crohn´s disease: moving beyond biologics
Gut Microbiota Composition in Long-Remission Ulcerative Colitis is Close to a Healthy Gut Microbiota
Effects of Crohn's disease exclusion diet on remission: a systematic review
Role of adjuvant Crohn's disease exclusion diet plus enteral nutrition in asymptomatic pediatric Crohn's disease having biochemical activity: A randomized, pilot study
Food for Thought: Remission of Perianal Pediatric Crohn's Disease on Specific Carbohydrate Diet Monotherapy
The Low FODMAP Diet for Children with Inflammatory Bowel Disease and Overlapping Functional Gastrointestinal Symptoms - a Case Series
P81 Identifying nutritional targets in Crohn's disease: INTICO1: a time-limited trial of exclusive enteral nutrition during adult CD remission
Dietetic advocacy for long-term use of exclusive enteral nutrition resulted in high-risk surgical avoidance for complicated fibrotic Crohn's disease - A case report
Dietary Intake of Pregnant Women with and without Inflammatory Bowel Disease in the United States
A Systematic Review of the Role of Diet in Ulcerative Colitis
A Mediterranean Diet Pattern Improves Intestinal Inflammation Concomitant with Reshaping of the Bacteriome in Ulcerative Colitis: A Randomised Controlled Trial
Host Sorbitol and Bacterial Sorbitol Utilization Promote Clostridioides difficile Infection in Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Effect of food additives on key bacterial taxa and the mucosa-associated microbiota in Crohn's disease. The ENIGMA study
Incorporation of Plant-Based Diet Surpasses Current Standards in Therapeutic Outcomes in Inflammatory Bowel Disease
To Fiber or Not to Fiber: The Swinging Pendulum of Fiber Supplementation in Patients with Inflammatory Bowel Disease
P380 Changes in faecal microbiome and metabolome are more pronounced in Crohn's disease patients who adhered to the CD-TREAT diet and responded by calprotectin
P589 Effectiveness of partial enteral nutrition to treat adults with Crohn's Disease who lost response to biological therapy.
P499 Exclusive enteral nutrition induces transmural healing in adults with active Crohn's disease
P380 Changes in faecal microbiome and metabolome are more pronounced in Crohn's disease patients who adhered to the CD-TREAT diet and responded by calprotectin.
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