Are you suffering from abdominal
cramping and pain from Colitis?
Up to 1,000 per 100,000 Americans have Colitis.
Sadly, medical professionals are yet to find a cure for
colitis and therefore surgeons are left to deal with
symptoms when they are otherwise impossible to treat...
To help relieve the painful physical and emotional
effects of Colitis, we invite you to explore Calming
Blends Colitis Tea.
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Colitis Tea Ingredients:
Chamomile, Green Tea and
Chamomile is believed to help calm muscle spasms in
the stomach and also has anti-inflammatory properties
which may help reduce the symptoms associated with an
inflamed digestive tract. The finest varieties of
Chamomile continue to come from Egypt and that is
precisely the blend that we use in our
Colitis tea. You will be
pleasantly surprised by its superior flavor.
Green tea may help reduce inflammation associated with
Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, the two types of
IBD. If green tea proves to be helpful for preventing
colon cancer, this would be an added benefit for those
with IBD because they are at risk for colon cancer.
How Marshmallow LeavesHelp Colitis
Researches over the years
have shown that marshmallow has numerous medicinal
benefits, particularly in safeguarding and soothing the
mucous membranes Marsh Mallow leaf creates a slippery
substance called mucilage that soothes and coats
irritated membranes in the esophagus, stomach, and
intestines, and helps protect from irritants and acidic
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What to Eat For
Colitis? Ulcerative colitis &
Crohn's disease (which are sometimes called “inflammatory
bowel disease,” or IBD) can cause many nutrition problems. For example:
• You may not digest and absorb the food you eat.
• You may need more of some vitamins and minerals.
• Some of the medicines you take may affect your ability to eat.
The following nutritional guidelines may help improve your health and control your
Eat small meals or snacks every 3 or 4 hours.
When you have symptoms, stick to foods lower in
decreases, you may have small amounts of whole grain
foods and higher-fiber fruits and vegetables. Try
them one at a time. If you have abdominal pain or
diarrhea, then stop eating the new food. You can try
it again at a later date.
Drink enough fluids to
prevent dehydration. Aim for at least 8 cups of
fluid each day.
Eat foods that have added probiotics and
prebiotics. Ask your registered dietitian (RD) for
Use a multivitamin. You may need more of some
vitamins and minerals than you do when you are
healthy. Ask your RD about taking supplements.
During periods when
you don’t have symptoms, include whole grains and a
variety of fruits and vegetables in your eating
plan. Start new foods one at a time, in small
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