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  1. Priceless. I especially like the tips based on "best available evidence" and the food additives connection, the current treatments for Crohn's are so barbaric, advice like this is a welcome change.

  2. Lmao, there was a ridiculous youtuber a few days back who said a diet lacking in animal fats and animal protein is what leads to crohn 's disease . I know that's not true , even Mcdougall lays it all out in detail , but she says she's a med student and calls putting your kids on a raw diet child abuse , lol. Doctors study very little nutrition, and don't bother studying about the vegan diet unless they're like Mcdougall who made learning the starch based solution his mission. Seek nutritionists' advice, not doctor's.

  3. In my country's food guide plantain is not a vegetable. It's a starchy fruit that is placed in the same food group as bread, potato, yucca and corn.

  4. This is a complex issue. Although a high soluble fiber diet is great to maintain remission (probably due to the anti-inflammatory effect of butyrate produced by fermentation of fibers), a high fiber diet can also be a terrible idea for someone in a flare or having related problems like small intestine bacteria overgrowth and leaky gut. Having Crohn myself, I know that keeping a high intake of fiber will keep my gut in good shape. The same diet that keep me in good shape will worsen my condition if I have inflammation as I will quickly get bloated and possibly get an occlusion. This is because fibers dont just feed the good butyrate producing bacterias, but also the pathogenic ones and if you have leaky gut, you will just get a bigger dose of LPS into your system (the toxin of gram negative bacterias). What is accepted as the go to diet for Crohn flare in the community is the SCD/GAPS diet where you cut out all fermentable carbohydrate (which includes dairy) and add probiotics and bone broth, which is of course unsustainable long term as you starve all the bacterias, bad and good, but it gives rapid results when you start it. Some meat can be hard to properly digest for certain people, but it is not inflammatory for the gut, in contrast to processed sugary and fried foods or toxin rich foods like wheat.

    The best fibers seem to be resistant starch (bob<s red mill raw potato starch) and inulin (cooked onions and leeks).

  5. Yes, I'm willing to take the risk of an occasional bit of spinach between my teeth!  Much better than all the down sides of eating animal-based foods.

  6. Not surprising the prevalence of "leaky gut" with those who have IBD. Whether its the cause or the result, may be irrelevant. It could simply be just another symptom of poor diet. Bottom line: put the burger down, and eat some broccoli… another super hero of the vegie world.

  7. Ok, this might sound dumb but somebody should be able to help!
    Basically I have a shitty disease/syndrome called PoTS, It's called "Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome" and it's neurological disfunction or something. I think it might be thyroid problems aswell.
    Basically what happens is when I stand up, I get a huge adrenaline rush and then get a full left body contraction almost like a cramping seizure thing.
    It's something linked to blood pressure could anybody please recommend anything apart from increase salt intake, and water?
    Please it's really annoying and embarrassing, it has made me have an anxiety disorder!

    Any vegan tips?

  8. My wife has crohns disease but will only listen to the doctors who want to give her drugs .. I've just told her about this and she says does it say a anything about people who have strictures
    Is narrowing of the small intestine
    This is what she has be told to eat pies pastis gelatine white bread
    All binding foods this sounds stupid to me
    Also she says it's called low residue foods have you any advise for her

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  10. I'm just at a loss. I've been vegan for over a year and no processed food high plant food the past 4 months or so. cut out the vegan junk food. my IBS is worse than ever. it is so painful, id rather birth my children a million times over. I'm just at a loss! any advice anyone?

  11. Thank you for this wished my doctors told me this! I have crohn disease and Im so glad I found this video Im so sick and tired of this stupid disease Im only 19 but sometimes I feel like Im 70 def gonna do this! No meat and dairy for me !

  12. Lot of people talking about things they've never experienced and don't know shit about. Most crohn's patients can't eat any plant foods. A vegan diet is going to put them in the hospital.

    Yes, studies link high fiber diet to be preventative of crohn's and relapses of crohn's during remission, but you will not be able to put someone with active crohn's on a vegetarian diet.

    I know because I've tried and I ended up getting gradually worse until the only thing I could tolerate was meat and sugar, now I'm stuck with an even worse diet than I was on before trying vegetarian.

  13. Crohn's disease is curable people. Sorry for the long comment but it's necessary. I had it for about 8 years. I cut out meat, eggs and dairy years ago but I did have cheese on a veggie pizza occassionally or a bit of chocolate. Doctors wanted to cut out part of my stomach and put me on drugs for life. I said, "no thanks". I got some info from Dr Greger but mainly Dr. McDougall and his other vegan Dr friends (Jeff Novick, Joel Fuhrman, Caldwell Esselstyn, etc). They all have free info on youtube. Animal protein is the killer. I was weight training and slamming down beef, chicken, turkey and protein shakes with milk when I was 40. Never again will I eat meat, eggs or dairy (I did have one row of a kit kat the other day though). For 40 years I ate this way but it does catch up to you. If not crohn's it will be cancer or another disease. There is no nutritional value in animal protein or animal products even though they're yummy. I started earthing as well (search for Clint Ober on Youtube). Earthing is free health care and essential. Do it everyday if you can.
    My stomach troubles started in 2007 when I was about 40 years old. Diagnosed in early 2013 and pretty much cured at the start of 2016. When I walked away from the doctors at the end of 2013 It took about 9 months to get the funny uncomfortable feeling out of my stomach and it slowly got better. Sadly, it does take time but it will happen. At the start of 2016 I started to cut out fats or limit them and it (crohn's) pretty much disappeared. Fats that I cut out or limited were nuts, avocado and vegan butters. Even coconut oil I limited. A few months ago I had a bag of peanuts to test the stomach. Never again. Just a handful will do. Now I eat porridge, potatoes, rice, pasta, fruits and veggies. I could never have salads before or even apples but now I can. Start off with steamed veggies and mashed potatoes. I do have peanut butter once a week and I had to limit bread but now my stomach can handle pretty much anything (except lots of peanuts even though they're yummy). I used to crave hot chips but as I got better the cravings lessened. I think it was more the salt I was craving. Sadly, I used to crave alcohol too. That goes away to and now I have an occassional wine. Sadly, alcohol is not a health drink. I do believe (I'm not a Doctor but) the alcohol was for depression because with crohn's you feel like crap and you're confused. Confused because you'll have a certain food one week with no problems, but then next week you'll have the same food and be in agony. But in time you do and will get better as your body naturally wants to cure itself. Even though I was told your body wants to heal I still had doubts but it will. Give it time. Don Tolman was someone else I listened to but mainly Dr McDougall and his Dr friends.
    Cheers from Barry

  14. Thank you for this Video.
    I really liked it.
    Is there any more ongoing studies to further investigate
    on what kind of veg water soluble fibrers that works the best?

  15. Very helpful. Thank you. I'm at the point of self diagnosing because the doctors can never find out what's wrong. I am constantly feeling miserable and taken down by whatever's going on in my stomach. It then affects the rest of my body. Going on 20 years now.

  16. I've been recently diagnosed with Crohns….. its funny I have always been a big meat eater, I have also always been eating what I call "quick foods" or food that comes from a bag or box that takes the least amount of time to prepare. After having to have a small portion of my intestines removed because of this disease I thought for sure that the Gastro Docs that were treating me would recommend a more natural diet, to my surprise they did not, in fact they instructed me to eat lots of processed foods and comfort foods because they are the easiest to digest. This didnt seem right to me, and I didnt listen. I am grateful for the information that is out there now. I am convinced that starting a plant based diet and literally removing all processed foods to the best of my ability will put me into and keep me into remission. Thank you for the info and explanations.

  17. YOU CANNOT PREVENT CROHNS WITH DIET! PERIOD! THIS IS TOTAL B.S.! IT'S A GENETIC & INHERITABLE DISEASE. GO TO A HOSPITAL LIKE MT. SINAI IN NYC THAT'S SPECIALIZED IN IT FOR DECADES. YOU WILL NOT FIND A SINGLE DOCTOR WHO WILL AGREE WITH THE ABOVE B-LLSHIT!!  BTW, WHO THE F-CK IS THIS "DR. GREGER"? DOES HE EVEN HAVE A FIRST NAME??  I & MEMBERS OF MY FAMILY & FRIENDS HAVE HAD CROHNS OUR ENTIRE LIVES. I'VE READ MORE INFO ON CROHNS THAN THESE NINNIES WILL EVER LEARN & I CAN TELL YOU THEIR VIDEO PRESENTATION IS TOTAL CRAP!!  FOLLOW IT AT YOUR OWN RISK!

  18. Now I have a cousin of mine with Crohn's disease. I shared this video to him and my family, and the one about regression too. Also Food Choices and your famous talk, Uprooting the Leading Causes of Death. I hope they listen and do something about it.

  19. As one who suffers from Crohn's disease, everything said in this video makes sense.

    I used to live my whole life eating shit, and contracted this extremely debilitating disease as a result when I was 18.

    I've been suffering for years, in and out of hospitals all the time and am even currently on a biologic drug called Humira. I need to inject myself every two weeks until a cure pops up or until the day I die.

    A combination of drugs and herbal supplements I am on have done good job at putting me in a partial remission. And luckily I have recently realized what kind of diet has caused me to end up with this disease in the first place.

    I have corrected myself, atleast for the most part. I am currently a pescatarian who doesn't eat eggs or dairy. I am also incorporating high amounts of fiber in my diet, especially through legumes.

    I'm 20 now, and I have to say that this is the best I've felt since before I was cursed with this disease.

    Please, don't make the same mistake I did. Avoid animal protein and focus on your fiber intake. We always seem to distance ourselves from these kinds of conditions but we need to realize that we are very susceptible to gaining them ourselves. We CAN and WILL get these diseases if we don't take care of ourselves properly.

  20. White Cali rice, steamed spinach, broccoli, asparagus, half of a tomato, lemon, FCP extra virgin olive oil. two tablespoons of beef or fish one poached egg one fresh fruit half a cup of yogurt. This is my daily diet now. If you have early crohn's abandon the traditional western diet. it will kill you one piece of bowel at a time. What you don't see on the list is refined sugar or anything made with refined sugar

  21. I love most vegetables, but I'll get a bowel obstruction every time if I eat broccoli, asparagus, cabbage, dark leafy greens, etc. I can usually tolerate most fruits OK. My gastroenterologist told me to follow a low residue diet. I was diagnosed with Crohn's in 2012 after swallowing a camera capsule. The pictures showed I had blisters & a stricture at my terminal ileum & surgeon did bowel resection. FINALLY started Stelara a couple months ago & take oral Entocort. I don't know what to believe…☹

  22. Thank you Dr Greger for these informative vids. Having Crohn's myself I must admit that Plant based diet is one of the best approaches and it will work best if the patient applies Intermittent Fasting along with the diet.
    Those of you having this disease, my recommendation is to give it a try. What Dr Greger is saying here is TRUE. In my case I found out that it was Cheese and Meat that had triggered my problems. After cutting out these along with egg, fat/oil I noticed that my symptoms are gone.
    But I feel best when I am on Whole Food Plant Based diet + Intermittent Fasting. I eat 1-2 times per day with a eating window of 2-3 hours. During this window I add only Plant Based food with lots of veggies and fruits BUT main focus on STARCHES. I drink almond & Soy Milk mix with some dates. My body gets all it needs for another 21 hours of fasting.

  23. it's impossible to cure Crohn's disease with a plant-based diet as the body cannot break down cellulose. Check out listentoyourgut.com and jini Patel Thompson Will educate you on how to cure Crohn's disease with no drugs. You've for to go on a ketogenic paleo type diet with lots of organic fats and proteins and low glycemic index vegetables. She'll tell you which vegetables to start with in her IBD remission diet book. Hope this helps

  24. it's impossible to cure Crohn's disease with a plant-based diet as the body cannot break down cellulose. Check out listentoyourgut.com and jini Patel Thompson Will educate you on how to cure Crohn's disease with no drugs. You've for to go on a ketogenic paleo type diet with lots of organic fats and proteins and low glycemic index vegetables. She'll tell you which vegetables to start with in her IBD remission diet book. Hope this helps

  25. it's impossible to cure Crohn's disease with a plant-based diet as the body cannot break down cellulose. Check out listentoyourgut.com and jini Patel Thompson Will educate you on how to cure Crohn's disease with no drugs. You've for to go on a ketogenic paleo type diet with lots of organic fats and proteins and low glycemic index vegetables. She'll tell you which vegetables to start with in her IBD remission diet book. Hope this helps

  26. it's impossible to cure Crohn's disease with a plant-based diet as the body cannot break down cellulose. Check out listentoyourgut.com and jini Patel Thompson Will educate you on how to cure Crohn's disease with no drugs. You've for to go on a ketogenic paleo type diet with lots of organic fats and proteins and low glycemic index vegetables. She'll tell you which vegetables to start with in her IBD remission diet book. Hope this helps

  27. I am a colitis sufferer an I love this advice and have followed it for many years even before I was diagnosed through a biopsy with colitis. I am currently finishing up a 2 week course of Xifaxin which has been the only relief I have had in 5 months. I am also using a product called, Intestinal Repair by Barleans which seems like an important key in my recovery as do the right probiotics. I recommend viewing the YouTube reports by Jini Patel Thompson. She overcame severe Crohn's disease with dietary changes and supplements. Please take her advice before you jump down the medical rabbit hole. It could be there's no coming out of it.

  28. Crohn's disease (and all other autoimmune diseases) is caused by a lack of fiber in the diet; fiber the bacteria in your colon use to make short chain fatty acids like butyrate that's the primary fuel source for colonocytes, which stimulate goblet cells to produce more mucus to protect those cells (and your bloodstream) from the bacteria and other potential pathogens in the colon.

    When you don't feed your bacteria enough fiber, guess what they start feeding on? If you guessed your mucosal layer, you'd be correct. The mucus is made primarily of carbohydrates, it is a backup fuel source for the bacteria in your gut. If you deprive them of fiber long enough, they'll completely consume that mucosal layer, and now those microbes are dangerously close to your epithelial cells, which sets off a massive immune response, so your immune system begins attacking not only your own bacterial colonies, but the epithelial lining those colonies are invading, and voila! You have your own immune system attacking your intestines.

    Also, as Dr. Greger pointed out in another video: your immune system mistakes a lack of butyrate production for a bad bacteria overgrowth, and begins attacking.

    Here's Stanford Microbiome Researchers the Sonnenburg's explaining the lack of fiber forces your microbes to feed on your mucus and eventually you:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gOZcbNw7sng&t=0s&index=40&list=PLxfhDVtYA0kYME8AHfpWVPvsjxbCzA1hf

  29. Recently being diagnosed with Crohn's 4 years ago with no family history. For 20 years prior to being diagnosed I ate a high fiber plant based diet every day hoping to avoid colon cancer. Dad passed at 42 from it. So, I'm not sold on the high fiber/plant based preventing or making better. I can hardly eat fiber or plant based without risking a flare.

  30. Plant food diet helped me sooo much. Totaly in remission- don’t even need und any medication. I feel free an happy again. The vegan diet works.
    So Thankful.

  31. Then how come people are healing their gut issues with the carnivore diet? It’s being proven left and right. Idk, I always have terrible bowel movements after vegetables.

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