Fruits

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One of the most concentrated sources of vitamins and minerals in our diet comes from fruits. Since Whipple’s attacks the body’s ability to properly absorb nutrients, increasing your intake of these concentrated sources is a very good idea. Furthermore, fruits are high in dietary fiber, which is known to not only optimize digestion and nutrient absorption, but also boost the immune system. Therefore, if you’re worried about your body’s ability to take in enough nutrients, do all you can to improve the digestive process. Fruits like apples, blueberries, mangos and pineapples are especially powerful in treating the symptoms of Whipple’s disease.

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