Treating Crohn’s disease with a whole food diet. Dr Alan Desmond


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  1. 제이손 says: August 7th, 2022 at 7:56 am

    I hate how everyone contradicts themselves.

  2. Michael Kurtz says: August 7th, 2022 at 7:57 am

    Microbial enzymes in some cheeses can mean that the cheese contains soybeans.

  3. Amazing 🤗

  4. jlsracing997 says: August 7th, 2022 at 8:00 am

    I just have to say I have to question cutting out meat, dairy, and eggs. Humans have been eating those things alot longer than crohn’s has been around. I would like to see more research into what our changover to seed oils has done. I’m also leary of soy products. My brother told me his brother in law who he helped on the farm told him soy beans could be left in the wagon in the barn as raccoons and mice didn’t bother them, yet we do. That kind of tells me something when animals won’t eat something and we use it in alot of products.

  5. ashish patidar says: August 7th, 2022 at 8:02 am

    Thankyou So much frm india

  6. Jason Majere says: August 7th, 2022 at 8:05 am

    Soybeans, rapeseed? Those are N-6 fats highly processed and terrible.

    I personally have problems with my body making pepsin and breaking down protein. Only thing that saved me is eggs. Other than pea protein and chick peas, other things as protein sources is extremely hard to digest, you get something like 20% from wheat.

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  8. Vivian Steven's says: August 7th, 2022 at 8:13 am

    There’s a high acidity in frights vegs

  9. Diane lindenberger says: August 7th, 2022 at 8:13 am

    Why does my gastro and colrectal surgeron BOTH say I can eat whatever I want????

  10. sithira uma says: August 7th, 2022 at 8:14 am

    Thank you 😊

  11. Thank you. My 20 yr old son is currently on Aza and they want to change him to bio. Thing is they haven’t done any tests on him for awhile and he’s not been too bad. Now he is veggie but eats a load of cheese. We have a meeting next week and I’m not sure what to say ?

  12. Michael Kurtz says: August 7th, 2022 at 8:18 am

    Japanese have increased western foods and introduced other cultures, which are more prone to allergies. Stress and environmental issues will make allergies worse. Weakening your immune system.

  13. Wonder if this Dr. knows in USA our wheat drying process is quicken with Glyphosate? Should wheat be eliminated?

  14. Michael Kurtz says: August 7th, 2022 at 8:18 am

    Most of these people would benefit from seeing an allergist. Processed foods contain undisclosed allergens in the compound elements. As well as over the counter and prescription drugs.

  15. Tonie Paolo says: August 7th, 2022 at 8:19 am

    I’ve not been diagnosed with Crohn’s disease or IBD. And my symptoms are not a bad as others I’ve heard. Hypertension and anxiety exacerbates irritable bowel. I would like to share that since I became a vegetarian 20 years ago, I don’t suffer from mouth ulcers anymore. I swapped out pasta and potatoes with beans, chickpeas, tofu. I eat yoghurt but not a lot of it. I eat a handful of almonds per day. And I’ve swapped out certain vegetables with cauliflower broccoli and especially cabbage. I still suffer from flatulence but my tummy is not bloated anymore. In fact it’s flat now. I only take Asprin or Disprin, very rarely paracetamol or other over the counter drugs. And I have a sip of hydroxychloroquine. My IBD was late onset although it’s possible I suffered symptoms when I was younger however was tolerant of discomfort or pain. Becoming vegetarian certainly supported me. I only eat fish occasionally in sushi when I’m prone to indulge. I think IBD is certainly the external manifestation of suppressed psychological issues that I am working on sorting out now. I hope these tips help others.

  16. Farah Naqvi says: August 7th, 2022 at 8:20 am

    Such an eye opener.

  17. Ben Anderson says: August 7th, 2022 at 8:21 am

    I used to eat a high fibre, vegetarian diet, and had constant problems with gas and bloating.

    The diet wasn’t working for me, and I was forced to experiment with other things. Surprisingly, it was a high fat animal-based diet that gave me the most relief. Now, I eat mostly meat and animal fats and have zero digestive issues.

    The tricky thing about the research in this video is that it’s hard to separate out the people who eat animal foods but don’t eat junk food as well. Most people who eat animal fat and protein also go for fast food regularly, drink soda & alcohol, and eat snacks very high in processed sugar and processed seed oils.

    Animal foods are very low in fiber, which I’ve actually found to be the best thing for my gut. I know that some research might disagree, but there is other research looking at (a healthy version of) animal based diets and seeing good results for Crohn’s patients. It also worked for me, and to be honest, saved my life.

  18. Fifth House Divination says: August 7th, 2022 at 8:23 am

    This has made me so happy because it confirms what I thought. My Gastro put me on a low fibre diet because I have a stricture but I felt so rubbish on it, constantly hungry and my weight rocketed up. So I decided to cut out all refined sugars and processed foods from my diet and after a couple of months I felt amazing. So much more energy and I could eat vegetables that I previously hadnt been able to digest without pain. My symptoms were non existent and I lost ten kilos in weight over three months. I may cut out animal products too after watching this ! Thank you again !

  19. heychunkybutt2010 says: August 7th, 2022 at 8:25 am

    I can say that I am one who is in complete remission from a semi vegetarian diet. Now I’m fully plant based and I forget I have Crohn’s!!! I started this bc of COVID and I was scared of dying in the hospital. I’m soo happy about it! And I will say from trial and error that sugars affect crohns too. I cut those out as well

  20. ParanormalSchkitzo says: August 7th, 2022 at 8:25 am

    Thank you Alan, this diet turned my life around!

  21. Here Kitty Kitty says: August 7th, 2022 at 8:25 am

    Please do not listen to this. Advice like this almost cost me my life. It cost me several feet on my intestines. Please proceed with caution. PLEASE!

  22. Douglas Roland says: August 7th, 2022 at 8:26 am

    Doctor Oje on YouTube have the best treatment of CROHN’S DISEASES contact him now and get your cure. don’t that him, is there you…

  23. Barry Matthews says: August 7th, 2022 at 8:27 am

    I was just diagnosed 3 days ago…..Please give me some definite No No’s !!!

  24. Gerard Haughey says: August 7th, 2022 at 8:28 am

    I have bought Dr. Desmond’s book – looking forward to reading when it arrives. My big issue is the contradictory information out there from the medical fraternity. I have colitis but luckily for me flare ups are rare and the condition seems to be mild enough. I believe in self help and I like to research data and information from medical professionals so to avoid flare ups etc. I’ve got to the stage that I believe it is impossible for patients such as myself to know the best way to go in a lot of cases. If you watch this alternative MD who seems equally credible ( he states the exact opposite opposite of what Dr. Desmond tells us and that we should eat more meat, fats and dairy and avoid vegetables, grains and fibre ! Now one is dead wrong and one is dead right – which one is the question? Being Irish myself, my guess … and it is a guess is Dr. Alan maybe the more modern approach but it is so hard to know when you are confused by all the conflicting advice.

  25. Sacha on the move says: August 7th, 2022 at 8:29 am

    An interesting presentation but have you also looked into Lectins? Dr Gundry (The plant paradox) seems to think there’s a definite link with regards to Lectins and IBD.

  26. Alex Lopez says: August 7th, 2022 at 8:29 am

    So I wonder if when he said no to fruit juices he was only referring to like bottled juice or was it even like juicing at home fresh as well? I was just diagnosed and I wanted to try juicing for a few weeks with the steroids to reduce inflammation quickly and give my gut rest

  27. Michael Kurtz says: August 7th, 2022 at 8:29 am

    Proteins can often have soybean preservatives on them to prolong self life even though they are marked natural. Most people sensitive to soybeans will also have a dairy allergy. Protein markers on soy are similar to other fruits and veggies making it more likely you will form an allergy to them as well.

  28. muhumed abdi says: August 7th, 2022 at 8:30 am

    Oooo Thank You Dr Alan 1000 times, bc this is what was Missing(SUFFERING)fOR about 13 years .Iam Cronhs patient It always aggravated Me the pain when I eat Fats and proteins full My Stomach. Or I drink Tea or Coffee.I can’t really Finish Of such problems I had really. I Just Use to hate my Self cry but Know Iam on medication (AZATHIOPRINE),so Iam happy to hear dr Advice and kind of food💝💝🎁👌🙏🤛

  29. Robbie Jones says: August 7th, 2022 at 8:31 am

    Using Dr. Imohimi’s natural herbal remedy was what cured me of Pelvic Inflammatory Disease [PID] after being diagnosed for years. Thanks to Dr. Imohimi’s for saving my life and I hope anyone with the same disease will contact Dr. Imohimi’s on YouTube for his herbal treatment…

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  31. chirii joy says: August 7th, 2022 at 8:32 am

    I don’t know why whenever I eat fresh tomato my tongue at the tip is peeling off and leave out patched I can’t taste food well

  32. Something is non right in this dissertation. He says that nutritional substitutes like Modulen have been used with success, because they do not have most of the stuff discussed. But if you look at the specifications of Modulen you ll see it contains mostly milk protein, milk fat along whit soy lecithin and other stuff. So? Is he lying?

  33. Edward Kennedy says: August 7th, 2022 at 8:33 am

    Eliminate processed foods and sugar from your diet, keto/carnivore has helped me greatly.

  34. Mohamed Bin Abo Al-Yazid says: August 7th, 2022 at 8:35 am

    Crohn’s problem is blood.  I treated him with blood.  I took herbs from Egypt.  I bought it.  It was called a solvent for cholesterol and a solvent for liver fat.  I am cured of Crohn’s disease.  This simply means that neither the colon nor the immune system is the actual problem.  The whole story is blood and arteries, because it is the food of the body, without which it will not recover from any disease….

  35. Joe Riverman says: August 7th, 2022 at 8:36 am

    Polysorbate 80. Avoid it like the plague.

  36. mountine teamTV says: August 7th, 2022 at 8:40 am

    Only death can heal me from this disease

  37. Jim Henderson says: August 7th, 2022 at 8:41 am

    This is a great video that also looks at the effects of the environment on the occurrence of the disease.
    God forbid we discuss the true nature of the disease and stop the perpetuation of the disease thru preventative measures rather than allow the disease to become more prevalent and just rely on expensive treatments that need to be administered on an ongoing basis.
    The current approach or emphasis in the medical field is to raise awareness of idiopathic chronic disease and push expensive maintenance drugs that need to be taken on an ongoing basis

  38. Lique Faith says: August 7th, 2022 at 8:42 am

    oooooo…. that really gives me hope… I have been suffering for 30 years now and my life is not liveable anymore. I really hope and pray this diet will finally help me too…

  39. Sweet this is literally the opposite of what most are saying about chrons. Everywhere I turn there is a different diet all together…. like seriously. Additionally, treating it with food is a really deceiving way of wording it.

  40. Denise Doling says: August 7th, 2022 at 8:45 am


  41. Doesn’t work for me, I have tried all the eliminations diets. Had this disease for 29 years, plant based causes excess pain with my inflammation. My Crohn’s is moderate to severe. So when my Crohn’s is bad, I have to cut out all fruit and veg and stick with carbs, once I’m settled a bit I know I can introduce certain veg and fruit. I have to be careful with seeds and grains as they can get stuck in the area of my bowel where I have a stricture, and that’s not fun. Meat doesn’t worry my bowels at all, neither does chocolate thankfully. I just hope one day we can find out what causes the immune system to attack what appears to be healthy bowel, and we can treat the disease and not the symptoms. Immunosuppressants are not fun to be on, but having full on inflammation is worse.

  42. Nancy Thomas-Ward M.B.A says: August 7th, 2022 at 8:46 am

    Regards good diet….can one eat lentil soup,bulgar and oatmeal?? Or recommend another link that covers this. Great vid many thanks…

  43. Y a s m i n e 💕 says: August 7th, 2022 at 8:50 am

    I’m crying right now by watching this 😭 my son just got diagnosed with crohns I really need help to heal my son I will do anything that can help him he is obit 17 pls anyone with any good advise I’ll appreciate he is my baby hit my everything 🙏🙏😭

  44. Yata Blah says: August 7th, 2022 at 8:51 am

    I need calories. I am already skinny and when I went on a gluten free diet I lost 10 pounds. I dont know how to gain weight on this type of recommended foods.

  45. Hilary Hogan says: August 7th, 2022 at 8:52 am

    I’ll admit I haven’t been able to eat exclusively Whole food plant based 100% of the time (some eggs here and there, poultry) but merely eliminating dairy and the 2 big offenders he mentions – Maltodextrin and polysorbate 80 completely changed my body. Eliminated all my Crohns Sx… and all the adjacent ones (like the joint pain and arthritis which was sometimes worse than the digestive symptoms!) I wish this info were more well-known. So grateful for Dr D!

  46. Michael Kurtz says: August 7th, 2022 at 8:52 am

    Calcium stearate used in processed sausage making to prevent caking is a derivative of soybeans.

  47. Onion Ring says: August 7th, 2022 at 8:54 am

    The only reason the plant based diet works in the first place is because it is one of many slow and inefficient ways to restore the gut microbiome.

    From what I’ve seen and personally experienced animal proteins do not cause any problem whatsoever provided you have enough fruits and vegetables in your diet, though vegetable oils and most food additives are complete rubbish and should be avoided if at all possible.

    Eating a good amount of fruits and vegetable while also consuming things high in probiotics like Milk Kefir would do the same thing as a plant based diet much faster while also offering some natural anti-inflammatory benefits.

  48. overnightpartsfromjapan says: August 7th, 2022 at 8:56 am

    Going dairy-free and choosing leaner meats cured me after 7 years

  49. I have Crohn’s disease, a couple of years ago I did vegeterian diet but I didn’t feel much better. Did I do something wrong? Don’t know. Everyone wants to believe in a possible way to a cure or full remission. I myself still searching for something. Some say it’s vegetarian, others say you have to be gluten free, and others say dairy and homeopathic….

  50. Breeze With Africa says: August 7th, 2022 at 8:56 am

    My GI Doctor just recommended me to try a Mediterranean diet, he said it helps with Crohn’s…. 😉 yeah right!


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