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The Best (and Worst) Fall Foods for Ulcerative Colitis

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Mulled apple cider with cinnamon and cloves.
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Woman picking apples, which are okay to eat with ulcerative colitis.
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Apples are a healthy snack


Pumpkin spice beverage with cinnamon and cloves, which should be avoided by people with ulcerative colitis.
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Be aware of pumpkin spice everything


Sweet potatoes are okay to eat with ulcerative colitis.
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Sweet potatoes are superfoods


Halloween candy corn, which should be avoided with ulcerative colitis.
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Halloween candy may not be a treat


Group of men grilling at a tailgating party.
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Tailgating can be tricky


Roasted pumpkin seeds.
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Roasted pumpkin seeds have mixed reviews


Warm pumpkin soup is okay to eat with ulcerative colitis.
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Warm soups can be nutrient-packed


Tumeric and ginger tea is a soothing hot drink for those with ulcerative colitis.
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Consume hot drinks with care


Fall harvest vegetables in a wooden box.
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Embrace fall’s harvest


Open journal and a cup of tea covered in fallen autumn leaves.
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Everyone’s ulcerative colitis is different


Tracy Davenport, Ph.D.

Tracy Davenport, Ph.D.

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Davenport is the founder of Tracyshealthyliving.com. Using the latest scientific research, she helps people live their healthiest lives via one-on-one coaching, corporate talks, and sharing the more than 1,000 health-related articles she's authored.