Crohn's disease, Ulcerative colitis, IBS, and Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. (IBD) patients are advised to avoid cow's milk and dairy products, which are inflammatory and may aggravate symptoms. Goats and sheep dairy products (in moderation) are more suitable.
The recommendations are to significantly reduce cow's milk and dairy products and switch to moderate amounts of sheep's milk (goat's and sheep's). The explanation is that cow's milk is high in protein, several times higher than that required for humans. (An adult cow weighs about 600 kg, about ten times more than the average woman.) Cow's milk is meant to feed calves and not humans. Yellow cheeses are even more concentrated and are especially difficult to digest.
Given that industrialized cows' diets are also not very high-quality, milk and dairy products are not recommended - they have an acute inflammatory effect. In contrast, sheep's milk is much better. Goat milk is very similar to breast milk, although it has a unique taste. Sheep's milk is incredibly delicious. It is oily and creamy and tastes identical to that cream. The only disadvantage of sheep's milk is its high price.
The balanced-varied diet is the most suitable anti-inflammatory diet.
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