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Old 09-10-2019, 10:28 AM   #1
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Default I now have ulcerative colitis. Low carb vs non gmo

Just got back from the gastroenteritis yesterday and I have a colitis. He gave me some pednesoline and another medicine.

While I was at the pharmacy the pharmacist told me about non gmo food. She gave me some examples of food with gmo in it but, I was wondering if it’s the same thing as Leto or low carb?

Would I have to buy the food labeled “organic” to be on a non gmo diet?
Been trying to read online about this. If there is a possibility of reversing this problem then I’m all about it.

Any help would be appreciated.
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Old 09-11-2019, 12:58 AM   #2
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Default Re: I now have ulcerative colitis. Low carb vs non gmo

No non GMO means it is non genetically altered food (or also known as natural) and it is not necessarily noncarb food. Maybe ask your doctor or a dietitian for best type of meal plan or diet for colitis. A recent type of diet FODMAP diet is good for persons with IBS and Crohns. Good luck.
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