Crohn's disease successfully treated with the paleolithic ketogenic diet

@article{Tth2016CrohnsDS,
  title={Crohn's disease successfully treated with the paleolithic ketogenic diet},
  author={C. T{\'o}th and A. Dab{\'o}czi and M. Howard and N. J. Miller and Z. Clemens},
  journal={International Journal of Case Reports and Images},
  year={2016},
  volume={7},
  pages={570-578}
}
Introduction: Crohn’s disease is regarded as having no curative treatment. Previous reports on dietary therapy of Crohn’s disease indicate no major success. Case Report: Here we report a severe case of Crohn’s disease where we successfully applied the paleolithic ketogenic diet. Dietary therapy resulted in resolution of symptoms, normalized laboratory parameters as well as gradual normalization of bowel inflammation as evidenced by imaging data and normalization of intestinal permeability as… Expand
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