Crohn’s disease: Foods and drinks to avoid a painful flare-up – including some vegetables

Each person will have unique dietary requirements, as some foods could impact one person with Crohn’s disease but not another.

However, during a flare-up – to help reduce the impact of symptoms – it is advisable to avoid certain foods and drinks.

For instance, it is in your best interest to avoid greasy and fried foods, which can otherwise cause gas and diarrhoea.

“Some people find that foods high in fibre, such as fruits, vegetables and whole grains, can be problematic,” the charity added.

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