Nutrition in Immune Balance (NiMBAL)

Using diet to treat Inflammatory Bowel Disease

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What is Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)?

Two main subtypes of IBD exist: Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis.

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Learn about IBD

The Specific Carbohydrate Diet®

The anti-inflammatory effects of the SCD reduce disease activity in IBD.

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Learn about SCD

Implementing SCD into your daily life

It's not about restrictions, it is about empowerment. Learn how the SCD can help transform your life.

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SCD Preparation and Recipes

With patience and appreciation for whole foods, it is possible to create delicious SCD meals.

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Diet offers hope and solutions to many people living the IBD nightmare.

S.W.

We just had her 6 month check up on Monday - solid on SCD for 5 months. Her bloodwork is impeccable, her c reactive protein is below normal ...and most incredibly, her calprotectin went from 867 at diagnosis to normal!

Debra

The miracle continued and after two more weeks he has gained almost 6 pounds and was in remission! After a year and a half of amazingly stable health we have started to wean him off pentasa. We did it very, very slowly and we always checked his calprotec

Morana

The turn around was quite dramatic, and she has been following the diet, and continuing to feel healthy, for a year now.

LSF

We do not focus on the restrictions, but rather on the freedom and wellness that this diet enables.

T.G.

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About Nutrition in Immune Balance (NiMBAL)

About Nutrition in Immune Balance (NiMBAL)

NiMBAL's mission is to help patients with IBD integrate dietary therapy into their daily lives. Our goal is to make this process easier with a standardized, step-by-step approach based upon the latest research.

David L. Suskind, MD

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