Oral rehydration helps patients with short bowel syndrome stay adequately hydrated and maintain the correct amount of fluid in their body.
Short bowel syndrome (SBS) happens when you don’t have enough small bowel which stops your body from absorbing nutrients from food or drink.
Short bowel syndrome (SBS) is a rare disorder that happens when you don’t have enough small intestine, or it doesn’t work well.
If you have a colostomy with short bowel syndrome (SBS), you may need to adjust what you eat and drink to change your stool output.
Probiotics are often bacteria or other living organisms, like yeasts, that are usually found in foods or dietary supplements.
Exclusive enteral nutrition, or EEN, is a low risk and safe therapy that can help improve symptoms of Crohn’s disease.
Consuming a wide variety of foods with fiber is important for gut health in patients with inflammatory bowel disease, or IBD.
Diet tips to help reduce symptoms during Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis flares or active disease.
A low-FODMAP diet is low in a group of five sugars found in certain foods, which cause some people to experience bloating, stomach swelling, stomach pain, nausea, diarrhea, and constipation.
Fructose intolerance happens when your body cannot absorb fructose from what you eat or drink.