I was diagnosed with Crohn's Diseas/Ulcerative colitis 6 years ago, and have since with a miracle i guess lived an active lifestyle. I do get the occassional flare up here and there and have my diet restrictions, but was wandering if this diet will work for my condition also.
It is just where the intestinal tract attaches to the ascending colon and am wandering if the insertion through the back passage will reach that far into the bowel.
Your help will be greatly appreciated.
People like yourself makes this world we live in a better place.
PS: I started hunting around immediately for a vitamin E that matches the one you are taking but cant seem to find a "mixed" one.
Will this one do the trick?
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Vitamin E 500iu - 200 Caps
Of all the Vitamin E's, the most biologically active is the natural d-alpha tocopherol, with from 35% to 67% more International Units of the vitamin, weight for weight, than the cheaper synthetic substitutes.
Thompson's Vitamin E capsules are all not only entirely natural d-alpha tocopherols but also mixed tocopherol complex. This means that, in addition to the required amount of d-alpha tocopherol to provide the IU rating, you get a bonus of 27% of the d-beta, d-gamma and d-delta tocopherols as they occur in nature.
d-alpha-tocopherol (Natural Vit E 407IU) 273mg
Mixded tocopherols concentrate 250mg
Equiv. d-alpha-tocopherols (Vit E 93IU) 65mg
Selenomethionine (Selenium 26mcg) 64.5mcg
Adults: Take one capsule daily with food or as professionally prescribed.
Always read the label. Use only as directed. If symptoms persist see your doctor/healthcare professional.