Tips for an IBD Diet That’s Delectable Rather Than Boring


1.Beyond a Bland Diet

You can still enjoy what you eat if you have inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). Bland foods may help when you have a flare. But as you recover, eat a well-balanced variety of fruits, vegetables, grains, and proteins. Staying on a bland diet, eating only foods like applesauce and saltines, can slow your recovery. You need calories, protein, and other nutrients for your body to heal.


2.Recipe: Orange Cranberry Chicken

Looking for a zesty main dish that’s IBD-friendly? Try orange cranberry chicken. With 25 grams of protein, it’s dairy-free and low in fat. Pair it with brown rice, a healthy whole grain that won’t give you too much fiber.