Chronic GI disease is characterized by inflammation of the intestines.
While there is no cure for the condition, there are ways to lower inflammation.
A vegetarian diet can help to reduce inflammation and improve the quality of life for people with the condition.
Researchers at the University of Wisconsin have found that a vegetarian diet lowers inflammatory markers in the gut.
They also found that the diet was associated with a decrease in inflammatory markers.
In a recent study, researchers at the Department of Nutritional Sciences and the Department, University of Washington, looked at the impact of a vegetarian or vegan diet on intestinal inflammation.
They found that eating a vegetarian and vegan diet can reduce inflammation of a subset of the GI tract that includes the intestine, colon, and small intestine.
This subset of GI tract is known as the jejunum.
The researchers also found an increase in inflammatory biomarkers in the colon after a vegan diet, which they termed the colonic mucosa.
This mucosa has been shown to be a key component of inflammatory bowel disease.
The study found that vegetarian diets were associated with an increase of inflammatory markers and the colon mucosa was the largest and most sensitive marker of inflammation in people with chronic GI symptoms.
The researchers said the findings were important because they indicate that the gut may be an important part of inflammation.
The research team wrote in the study that the results suggest that the colon is a critical target for treatment of chronic inflammatory diseases.
The findings are important because it suggests that the intestine may be a target for reducing inflammation and improving quality of the intestinal environment.
The findings of this study could be useful for the development of new treatment options to manage chronic GI disorders.
The American Dietetic Association recommends that people with severe GI disease, including Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, consider a vegetarian, vegan or gluten-free diet.
It also recommends that patients with Crohn, ulcerable colitis and ulcers of the colon should follow a vegetarian dietary plan.
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