Foods patients with inflammatory bowel disease should limit

Patients can enjoy decaffeinated tea or coffee; low-sugar rehydration drinks, filtered water; supplements of vitamins (B6, B12, folate).

Diets during symptom outbreaks may not provide enough nutrition.

At the end of the outbreak period, patients can switch to a high-fiber diet to promote regular digestion and improve the disease.

Eating several small meals a day instead of large meals helps reduce reflux, bloating and drinking plenty of water to aid digestion.

Low fiber diet, low residue, limit brown rice, cereals, dairy … help patients reduce symptoms and prolong remission.