Fruits are typically considered a wise choice for overall health, but there are mixed signals for this dietary staple when it comes to patients with Crohn’s disease. Some patients find that low-fiber, easy-to-digest foods like bananas and applesauce are good for treating this inflammatory immunodeficiency disease, while others claim that fruits can exacerbate the conditions, particularly those with high levels of fiber. For Crohn’s patients, it is generally recommended to stick to easily digestible fruits, and make your own dietary fruit choices based on your personal experience and preference.
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