With our Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis Meal Plans, you stack the odds in your favour. To take maximum advantage of our meal plans, take the time to read the information below.
These menus are indicated for people suffering from Crohn’s Disease or Ulcerative Colitis and who are in remission, without any intestinal resections.
IBD menus aim to satisfy your nutritional needs (energy, protein, vitamins and minerals: Mg, Se, Zn, Na, Fe, Ca, vitamines A, B9, B3, and B12, D, E, and K).
They also aim to reduce digestive symptoms. It’s why the meals are divided into several lighter food intakes and why probiotics are on the menu.
The research has not demonstrated the need to remove certain foods from the diet for IBD. Thus, our menus include a wide variety of foods. Nevertheless, since tolerance of certain foods is very personal, our service allows each user to eliminate foods or food groups that would trigger its symptoms (eg lactose, etc.)
During periods of remission, it’s recommended to adopt a varied diet that respects the recommendations of the Canadian Food Guide. This helps contribute to your health, to satisfy your vitamin and mineral needs, and to assure that you get optimal amounts of fiber.
Our menus provide you peace of mind. No need to rack your brains for what to eat! With these menus, it will be much easier for you to adopt a varied and balanced diet. In addition, the menus ensure you eat the right foods to reduce your symptoms and meet all your nutritional needs. Our team has already done all the work for you!
Absolutely not! Our menus are made with natural foods that you can easily find in supermarkets, all-natural/organic food stores, or from your local merchants and grocers.
Of course! We want you to reduce your symptoms and regain good health and we are here to help you. As a subscriber to the IBD program, you can ask your questions to our nutritionists who will respond as soon as possible. If you need a more complete support, we offer the VIP Dietitian service, which provides, among other things, three individual consultations.
The most recent recommendations (references) for IBD consist of 50 nutritional targets that must be attained day after day, so as to optimize diet in remission periods of Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis..
These 50 targets can be grouped as follows:
IMPORTANT: The information provided on this website does not replace a medical consultation and is not intended for self diagnosis. We recommend that you seek the advice of your doctor or healthcare professional before undertaking a change to your diet or lifestyle. See Terms & Conditions.