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Diet and Nutrition in Crohn Disease (cont.)

All these recommendations are a little overwhelming. Can I get some help?

Your health care professional should be able to provide suggestions and guidance on diet choices. If you feel you need more help designing a diet that works best for you, ask him or her to refer you to a dietitian. These professionals are trained to tailor diets for individuals with specific diseases.

Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 7/9/2013
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