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2 small studies demonstrate fish oil beneficial for ulcerative colitis patients

Antibiotics Destroy Diversity of Beneficial Gut Bacteria

Calcium and Vitamin D Increase Bone Density in Crohn's Patients

Calcium May Help Prevent Colorectal Cancer

Calcium Reduces Long Term Colon Polyp Cancer Risk

Calcium Reduces Risk of Colon Polyps

Calcium Supplements Associated with Decreased Risk of Colon Cancer

Chromium Polynicotinate Favorably Influences Genes That Promote Muscle Development, Fat Burning

CLA & R-Lipoic Acid Improve Insulin Action

Curcumin Blocks Colorectal Cancer Inducing Hormone

Fish Oil Significantly Reduces Crohn's Disease Relapse

Folate Reduces Cancer Risk in Patients with Ulcerative Colitis

Folic Acid Reduces Colon Cancer Risk

Green Tea Effective in Preventing Colon Tumors

High Vitamin D Levels Associated with 39% Lower Risk of Colon Cancer Death

Inflammation Triples Risk of Colon Cancer

Low Antioxidants in Colon Tissues May Increase Risk of Cancer

Magnesium Intake Inversely Related to Colon Cancer Risk

Omega-3 EPA and DHA Reduce Colon Cancer Risk Up to 64%

Omega-3 Reduces Colon Cancer Risk 74%

Omega-3 Reduces Colorectal Cancer Risk 66%

Probiotic Reduces IBS Symptoms in 88% of Patients

Probiotics as Adjunctive Therapy for Ulcerative Colitis

Probiotics Improve Irritable Bowel Syndrome Symptoms

Probiotics Plus FOS Reduce Risk of Colon Cancer

Probiotics Reduce Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)

Probiotics Stop Antibiotic-Caused Diarrhea

Promising New Target Emerges for Autoimmune Diseases

Resveratrol Reduces Symptoms and Mortality in Colitis Model

Safety and Efficacy of Probiotics in IBS

Vitamin D Could Reduce Breast and Colon Cancer 50%

Vitamin D Deficiency Common in Patients with IBD, Chronic Liver Disease

Vitamin D Reduces Colon Cancer Risk 50%; Projected to Save 28,000 Lives and $20 Billion Annually

Vitamins May Reduce Colon Cancer Risk Over Time

Western Diet Linked to 39% Increased Colorectal Cancer Risk