Individuals who retain a type of bacterium in their gut after a bout of food poisoning may be at an increased risk of developing Crohn's disease later in life, a study has found.
A diet rich in red meat has been linked to a heightened risk of a bowel inflammation called diverticulitis, according to a study published Tuesday.
Cases of inflammatory bowel disease have been on the rise for many years now and yet the exact cause remains unknown.
Following "fasting-mimicking diet" may help in reducing stomach troubles like intestinal inflammation. Additionally, the diet is capable of increasing the production of intestinal stem cells and beneficial gut microbiota.
A new study has indicated that a change in diet to one that mimicks fasting, can help IBD patients improve the symptoms of the disease.