It’s a personal choice whether to use products containing gluten. What you put on your body is just as important as what you put in it, so it’s important to “listen” to your body. Learn about symptoms of a gluten reaction from personal care products here.
Almost one in five IBD patients tries a gluten-free diet, according to a study from the University of North Carolina (UNC) at Chapel Hill. Of those who do, two-thirds report improved symptoms and 38 percent report fewer or less-severe flare-ups between periods of remission. Click here to read about how a gluten-free diet could help those with inflammatory bowel disease.