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Individuals with ulcerative colitis may benefit from drinking plenty of water and eating yogurt with probiotics, turmeric, fish oil and aloe vera gel, according to Mayo Clinic. Fish like salmon, herring, sardines and tun... More »

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Vegans with colitis can still eat plenty of fruits and vegetables, but they should try boiling, baking or steaming them to make the fiber in these foods easier to digest, according to Healthline. Pureeing cooked vegetabl... More »

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Foods that tend to increase the discomfort of ulcerative colitis include dried beans, nuts, dairy products, refined sugar and spicy foods, according to WebMD. Caffeine, alcohol and carbonated beverages may also make symp... More »

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Some effective methods for treating colitis naturally include taking probiotic supplements, boswellia supplements and oral aloe vera gel, notes About.com. Additional techniques for treating colitis include acupuncture an... More »

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Natural treatments for ulcerative colitis include dietary remedies such as eating a low-fat diet, limiting dairy products and fiber as well as herbal remedies such as probiotics, aloe vera, turmeric and fish oil, explain... 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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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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