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.
Mediterranean diet could lessen Crohn's risk later in life
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