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While foods do not cause acute colitis, some, such as alcohol, caffeine, dairy products, dried fruits and crunchy nut butters, can aggravate symptoms, indicates WebMD. To avoid flare ups, a diet which limits or eliminate... More »

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Diets to help lymphocytic colitis should include fiber supplements and be free of dairy products, caffeine and fatty foods, according to WebMD. People with lymphocytic colitis should also eliminate all foods containing s... More »

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Depending on the severity of the ischemic colitis and the age of the sufferer, intravenous fluids may be needed along with hospitalization and a complete cessation of eating and drinking by mouth, according to Everyday H... More »

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Depending on specific symptoms, people with ulcerative colitis should avoid foods high in fiber, fat, caffeine or dairy products, according to Mayo Clinic. Physicians may also suggest avoiding large meals, spicy foods an... More »

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The foods to avoid during a bout of diarrhea include dairy products, fatty foods, alcohol, caffeine and artificial sweeteners, explains Beth W. Orenstein for Everyday Health. It is also helpful to avoid foods that are kn... More »

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An individual with ulcerative colitis should avoid caffeine, alcohol, spicy foods, dairy products and any other foods that seem to worsen the condition, according to Mayo Clinic. High-fiber and high-fat foods may also ne... More »

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When dealing with ulcerative colitis, some foods to avoid include alcohol, caffeine, popcorn and raw foods, according to WebMD. Other foods those with ulcerative colitis should avoid include dried peas, nuts, spicy food,... More »

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