Sharon Dobson says that one of the best ways to maintain a healthy body and avoid malnutrition is to ensure adequate vitamin and crohns supplement treatment.
Many studies that have been conducted on Crohn's sufferers have found that the vast majority of those with crohn's are generally deficient in
vitamin D and
The natural deficiency of these vitamins is likely due to:
- dietary restrictions,
- medications, and
- poor nutrient absorption.
Its important to remember that Vitamin A is necessary for a healthy normal immune system function, which is required to maintain a healthy mucous membrane. The skin and mucosal cells that line the digestive tract, urinary tract and airways, create a barrier and are the body's initial defence against infection. Vitamin A also plays a vital role in immune response and in the proper function of the adrenal glands which control the way we respond to stress.