Dietary and Lifestyle Considerations with Crohn's Disease

Question 1 of 7

What is the most common nutrition problem people with Crohn's Disease face?

AVitamin B Deficiency
BAnemia
CScurvy
DMalnutrition
AVitamin B Deficiency
BAnemia
CScurvy
DMalnutrition
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Question 2 of 7

What three nutrients are most important for Crohn's Patients?

AProtein, Iron, Sugar
BIron, Magnesium, Vitamin B12
CFluids, Protein, Complex Carbohydrates
DFiber, Sodium, Potassium
AProtein, Iron, Sugar
BIron, Magnesium, Vitamin B12
CFluids, Protein, Complex Carbohydrates
DFiber, Sodium, Potassium
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Question 3 of 7

What type of food is considered protective against Crohn's Disease Symptoms?

AIron
BPotassium
CFresh Fruits (Complex Carbohydrates)
DWhite Bread
AIron
BPotassium
CFresh Fruits (Complex Carbohydrates)
DWhite Bread
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Question 4 of 7

What supplement should people with Crohn's take to treat anemia?

AIron
BCalcium
CZinc
DPotassium
AIron
BCalcium
CZinc
DPotassium
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Question 5 of 7

How does regular exercise affect Crohn's Disease?

AExercise May Help Some Patients and Harm Others
BExercise Triggers Flare Ups
CExercise Helps Ease Symptoms
AExercise May Help Some Patients and Harm Others
BExercise Triggers Flare Ups
CExercise Helps Ease Symptoms
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Question 6 of 7

What foods should a person with Crohn's disease avoid?

AAlcohol
BFats
CDairy
DDried Fruits
EAll of the Above
AAlcohol
BFats
CDairy
DDried Fruits
EAll of the Above
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Question 7 of 7

How can a person with Crohn's reduce their chance of developing kidney stones?

ALimit oxalate-rich foods
BIncrease potassium consumption
CIncrease fluid consumption
DAll of the Above
ALimit oxalate-rich foods
BIncrease potassium consumption
CIncrease fluid consumption
DAll of the Above
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