Carrot

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Not only are carrots delicious and easy to digest, but they are also packed with nutrients. This is a particularly important point for people suffering with Crohn’s disease, as easily digestible foods are preferable, in order to reduce the strain and work required by the colon and stomach. Furthermore, carrots possess high levels of vitamin A and other antioxidants, which can help the body’s immune system and seek our free radicals that cause oxidative stress and chronic disease. Boiled carrots are nice and soft, yet still retain many of their nutrients, and are a great option for Crohn’s patients.

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