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P036 ADULT AND PEDIATRIC PATIENT AND PARENT ATTITUDES, PERCEPTIONS, AND EXPERIENCES WITH NUTRITIONAL THERAPIES FOR INFLAMMATORY BOWEL DISEASES: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW

      Nutritional therapy, including exclusive enteral nutrition (EEN), partial enteral nutrition (PEN), the Crohn’s Disease Exclusion Diet (CDED), and the Specific Carbohydrate Diet (SCD), can be used as adjunct or primary treatment for inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD). Patient and parent attitudes and experiences regarding nutritional therapy affect the decision to use them as treatment, and ultimately, their success.
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