Consuming a wide variety of foods with fiber is important for gut health in patients with inflammatory bowel disease, or IBD.
A nutritious gluten-free diet can help correct and prevent nutrient deficiencies that may occur in celiac disease and non-celiac gluten sensitivity.
For people with celiac disease, knowing how to read ingredient labels is essential to avoid gluten in foods, beverages and medicines.
Health At Every Size, or HAES, is a weight-neutral approach to health, independent of weight that can help you achieve health and well-being.
Symptoms associated with achalasia may include difficulty swallowing, regurgitation, heartburn, weight loss, chest pain and coughing. An altered diet can help.
If you have gastroparesis, it is important to find the foods that work best for helping you to feel healthy.
A gluten-free diet involves avoiding wheat, barley, rye, and all foods made with these ingredients.
Diet tips to help reduce symptoms during Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis flares or active disease.
The six-food elimination diet (SFED) is often a successful treatment for patients with eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE).
Also called the non-diet approach, this approach focuses on finding alternatives besides restrictive diets to help with GI symptoms.