Crohn’s Disease is characterised by chronic inflammation, particularly in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. This disease can result in severe fatigue, weight loss, abdominal pain, diarrhea and even malnutrition.
Crohn’s Disease is different to other forms of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) like ulcerative colitis because it affects the GI tract. The disease affects as many as 700,000 Westerners, young adults, and children aged 18-3 can be the most susceptible. However, both men and women are equally likely to be affected.
Doctors also believe that other factors have to be taken into account. This includes factors such as genetics – making the condition hereditary in most cases. It can also cause malfunctioning of the immune system and this can play a role in the development of the disease.
Common Signs and Symptoms
Some of the most common signs of Crohn’s Disease include:
- Diarrhea, along with intense intestinal cramping
- Low-grade fever due to inflammation or infection along with low levels of energy can have a major impact
- Abdominal pain and cramping
- The development of mouth ulcers
- Blood mixed with stools or spotting within the toilet bowl due to fecal-occult bleeding. Inflammation in the anus can also cause pain or drainage from the tunnel.
- Inability to digest and absorb food efficiently as a result of an inflammatory reaction within the wall of the bowel
There is no known cure yet for Crohn’s Disease. However, therapies can help alleviate its symptoms. Therapies can bring about long-term remission and the capacity for the gut to function well.
The Treatment For Inflammation and Crohn’s Disease
Serrapeptase is excellent for providing relief for inflammation within the body. For Crohn’s Disease, it can help to reduce any pain and inflammation within the gut. Some of the common symptoms it can help to reduce include abdominal pain, diarrhea and generally feeling unwell. For help with finding relief for Crohn’s Disease, please follow the Serrapeptase health plan here.
The recommended Serrapeptase formulation for Crohn’s Disease is to take Serranol™. This is a combination formula of Serrapeptase, Curcuminx4000™, Ecklonia Cava Extract and Vitamin D3. When combined, it provides effective relief against inflammation in the body. It also supports healthy blood flow and circulation, improving the health of the organs in the long term.
Is Serranol equally effective for ulcerative colitis, particularly the reduction of scar tissue?
Hello Pete, yes we would also recommend the Serranol for ulcerative colitis, for the inflammation as well as scar tissue.
Your Good Health Coaching Team
I would like to know if Serrapeptase is safe to take if you have had hernia surgery. I have heard that it will dissolve tissue that is needed to keep the mesh in place.
Hello Linda, if there is scar tissue holding the mesh in place, then there is the possibility that serrapeptase will work on this scar tissue. So we have to advise some caution in this situation.
Your Good Health Coaching Team
Hi, does serrapeptase helps on healing ulcers and scars int he colon?
Hi Berta, Yes, it can potentially help but you may need to control the flare-ups as well. Serranol® is a good choice as the curcumin is also healing to the gut inflammation. If you need anymore guidance you can contact the coaches on email@example.com
Learn more about Serranol® here: https://bit.ly/3yoYJKv