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Controlled multicentre therapeutic trial of an unrefined carbohydrate, fibre rich diet in Crohn's disease



Controlled multicentre therapeutic trial of an unrefined carbohydrate, fibre rich diet in Crohn's disease



British Medical Journal 295(6597): 517-520



Between 1 September 1980 and 31 August 1983, 352 patients with inactive or mildly active Crohn's disease but not taking drug treatment apart from sulphasalazine were entered from 40 hospitals into a prospective trial to assess the effects of two different diets on disease activity over two years. One hundred and sixty two patients were randomly allocated to take a diet unrestricted in sugar and low in fibre and 190 to a diet with little or no sugar and high in unrefined carbohydrate. No clear difference in clinical course was detected among patients who accepted the two different types of dietary advice.(author)

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DOI: 10.1136/bmj.295.6597.517



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