2. Alcoholic Beverages
Live-in Omaha caregivers should advise against alcoholic beverages for several reasons. First of all, alcohol is technically a toxin, which means that consuming it makes digestion more difficult. It can also interact with certain types of Crohn’s disease pain medications and cause dehydration during attacks of diarrhea.
3. Dairy Products
Most dairy products contain lactose, a type of sugar that is difficult for the body to process even without Crohn’s disease. Many people with Crohn’s disease already have lactose intolerance, but even those who don’t can experience cramping, diarrhea, and bloating after consuming dairy products.