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Mediterranean diet could lessen Crohn's risk later in life

Following a Mediterranean diet could reduce the risk of Crohn's disease later in life, according to a study led by Hamed Khalili, MD, of the division of gastroenterology at Massachusetts General Hospital. Close to 12% of patients with Crohn's disease could have prevented their diagnosis by following the diet, which consists of fruit, vegetables and fish proteins, researchers found.

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