Publications Table

Date Title Diets Authors Summary Excerpt Citation
Mar 2021 Diet in Treatment of Inflammatory Bowel Diseases EEN, PEN, SCD, IBD-AID, AIP, CDED, SVD, CD-TREAT Sasson AN et al We review findings from studies of the effects of dietary patterns, single micronutrients, and food additives in inducing and maintaining remission in patients with IBD. We discuss future directions for research and propose a framework for studies of dietary interventions in the treatment of IBD. Clin Gastroenterol Hepatol . 2021 Mar;19(3):425-435.e3. doi: 10.1016/j.cgh.2019.11.054. Epub 2019 Dec 5.
Mar 2020 A Case-Based Approach to New Directions in Dietary Therapy of Crohn's Disease: Food for Thought CDED Levine A et al This case-based narrative review will discuss the Crohn's disease exclusion diet (CDED) as monotherapy, combination therapy with drugs, as a rescue therapy in refractory patients and for de-escalation from medical therapy. Nutrients . 2020 Mar 24;12(3):880. doi: 10.3390/nu12030880.
Dec 2019 Diet in Treatment of Inflammatory Bowel Diseases EEN, PEN, SCD, IBD-AID, AIP, CDED, CD-TREAT, SVD Sasson AN We review findings from studies of the effects of dietary patterns, single micronutrients, and food additives in inducing and maintaining remission in patients with IBD. We discuss future directions for research and propose a framework for studies of dietary interventions in the treatment of IBD. Clin Gastroenterol Hepatol . 2019 Dec 5;S1542-3565(19)31394-1.
Nov 2019 Dietary Management of Pediatric Inflammatory Bowel Disease EEN, SCD, IBD-AID, CDED Kaenkumchorn T and Kesavan A In particular, nutritional therapies for IBD have garnered significant interest due to their limited side effect profile, bowel-sparing nature, and naturalistic approach. This review will examine the role of diet in the pathogenesis and malnutrition in IBD, and will discuss dietary approaches to management of IBD, including exclusive enteral nutrition, specific carbohydrate diet, anti-inflammatory diet, and food supplements (specifically curcumin and long-chain n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids). J Med Food. 2019 Nov;22(11):1092-1099. doi: 10.1089/jmf.2019.0063. Epub 2019 Jul 18.
Oct 2019 Importance of Nutritional Therapy in the Management of Intestinal Diseases: Beyond Energy and Nutrient Supply EEN Kim SE In this article, we review various dietary nutrients and their contribution to the pathogenesis and treatment of various intestinal diseases including inflammatory bowel disease, irritable bowel syndrome, colorectal cancer, and diverticulitis, among other such disorders. A better understanding of diet-host-gut microbiome interactions is essential to provide beneficial nutrients for gut health and to limit nutritional hazards to ensure successful nutritional management of gastrointestinal conditions in clinical practice. Intest Res , 17 (4), 443-454 Oct 2019
Oct 2019 Nutritional Approach as Therapeutic Manipulation in Inflammatory Bowel Disease EEN, PEN Yoon JY Nutritional interventions not only correct nutritional deficiencies but also improve symptoms and clinical courses of the disease. Hence, nutritional approaches need to be developed to significantly evaluate the effectiveness of dietary interventions used to treat IBD. Intest Res , 17 (4), 463-475 Oct 2019
May 2019 Towards a Food Pharmacy: Immunologic Modulation Through Diet EEN Molendijk I et al In patients consuming predominantly a Western diet high in n-6 poly-unsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs), sugars, and meat, and low in fruits and vegetables, an impaired gut epithelial barrier and disturbances in the intestinal microbiota have been observed, resulting in a chronic mucosal inflammation. An anti-inflammatory diet may restore this disbalance. In this review, we discuss the effects of diet on the composition of the microbiota, the gut epithelial barrier function, and the mucosal immune system. Nutrients , 11 (6) 2019 May 31
Apr 2019 A Review of Dietary Therapy for IBD and a Vision for the Future EEN, SCD, IBD-AID, CDED, SVD, CD-TREAT Green N et al Dietary interventions, with known ability to modulate the intestinal microbiome, are a unique opportunity to improve outcomes in IBD. Dietary intervention trials are challenging, and capturing both broad dietary patterns as well as exposure to individual food compounds is important. With increasing patient interest and preliminary research in dietary therapy indicating efficacy, it is imperative to further advance the science of utilizing diet in IBD, as well as to support patients by proactively addressing diet within their care plan. Nutrients , 11 (5) 2019 Apr 26
Apr 2019 An Overview of the Role of Exclusive Enteral Nutrition for Complicated Crohn's Disease EEN Adamji M and Day AS Published literature focusing upon the use of nutritional therapy as part of medical therapy in the management of complicated CD were identified and reviewed. Although there continue to be various interventions utilized for complicated CD, the currently available literature demonstrates that nutritional therapies, especially EEN, have important roles in the management of these complex scenarios. Intest Res. 2019 Apr; 17(2): 171–176.
Mar 2019 Implementing Dietary Modifications and Assessing Nutritional Adequacy of Diets for Inflammatory Bowel Disease SCD, AIP, CDED, IBD-AID, CD-TREAT Nazarenkov N et al This article reviews dietary risk factors for IBD and common beliefs about diet among patients with IBD, and how these aspects may inform general dietary recommendations for this patient population. Additionally, this article reviews dietary interventions used in the management of active IBD, with a focus on whole food diet–based therapies rather than enteral or parenteral nutrition, as well as their nutritional adequacy. Gastroenterol Hepatol (N Y) , 15 (3), 133-144 Mar 2019
Oct 2018 Exclusive Enteral Nutrition in Pediatric Inflammatory Bowel Disease EEN Miller T and Suskind DL EEN has been shown to improve growth and correct micronutrient deficiencies as well as improve comorbid conditions like osteopenia and anemia. EEN has also been shown to be equally as efficacious as steroids in inducing remission with better mucosal healing. Curr Opin Pediatr , 30 (5), 671-676 Oct 2018
Sep 2018 Evolving Role of Diet in the Pathogenesis and Treatment of Inflammatory Bowel Diseases EEN, PEN, CDED, SCD, mSCD Levine A et al Uncontrolled clinical studies have demonstrated that various dietary therapies such as exclusive enteral nutrition and newly developed exclusion diets might be potent tools for induction of remission at disease onset, for patients failing biologic therapy, as a treatment for disease complications and in reducing the need for surgery. We review these advances from bench to bedside, along with the need for better clinical trials to support these interventions. Gut , 67 (9), 1726-1738 Sep 2018