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Ulcerative Colitis is a lifetime problem, but it is a self-limiting disease. If you follow the regimen, outlined below, you will be able to avoid flare-ups and you will live a perfectly normal life. The most important lesson is to avoid foods that cause stomach bloating and coarse/rough fiber (especially in an empty stomach) that can scratch the lining of your colon. Drink plenty of water and fruit juices and learn to relax.


Medication, surgery, and alternative therapies are all valid forms of treatment for U

Your doctor will work with you to develop a treatment plan for your ulcerative colitis. This plan will likely change over time, depending on whether your disease worsens or you go into remission for an extended period.

Treatment options include medication, dietary changes, and surgery if necessary.

The goals of treatment for ulcerative colitis are:

  • Treating acute attacks
  • Inducing remission
  • Prolonging disease remissions

Initially, your doctor will prescribe medication to treat your ulcerative colitis. If drug therapy fails or an emergency develops, your doctor is likely to recommend surgery to remove a portion of your colon or all of it. In most cases, surgery for ulcerative colitis removes the entire colon. This usually means removing the rectum as well.

Drug Therapy for Ulcerative Colitis

Most drugs prescribed to treat ulcerative colitis work by suppressing the inflammation in your colon. This allows the lining of your colon to heal and reduces the severity of symptoms such as diarrhea and abdominal pain.

Typically, your doctor will prescribe one or more of the following drugs:

Aminosalicylates These drugs are used to treat disease flares, and can help prevent future ones when taken as maintenance therapy.

Because they work directly in the digestive system, aminosalicylates have a relatively low risk of negatively affecting other areas of the body.

Corticosteroids Also known simply as steroids, these drugs are used to treat active disease.

Because of their higher risk of side effects, steroids are usually reserved for moderate to severe disease, and shouldn’t be taken for long periods of time.

Immune System Suppressors These drugs work directly on the immune system to reduce inflammation. They’re used to treat disease flares, as well as prevent future ones when taken for maintenance therapy.

For many people with ulcerative colitis, a combination of immune system suppressors works better than one drug by itself.

Other types of drugs your doctor may prescribe include:

Antibiotics If you’re running a fever, your doctor may prescribe these drugs to help prevent or treat an infection in your colon.

Antidiarrheal Medication This type of drug should generally be used only to treat severe diarrhea, since it raises the risk of developing toxic colitis, a dangerous complication.

Pain Relievers Your doctor may recommend Tylenol (acetaminophen) for mild pain.

Avoid Advil or Motrin (ibuprofen), Aleve (naproxen), and Voltaren (diclofenac), which can worsen ulcerative colitis symptoms.

Iron supplements Taking supplemental iron may be necessary if you have chronic intestinal bleeding.

Surgery for Ulcerative Colitis

Ulcerative colitis can often be eliminated through surgery, but this course of treatment shouldn’t be taken unless it’s medically necessary.

About one-quarter to one-third of people with ulcerative colitis eventually become candidates for surgery, according to the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation.

Surgery may be necessary in the following situations:

  • Disease that doesn’t respond to multiple types of drug therapy
  • Severe complications, like toxic colitis, a ruptured colon, or extensive bleeding
  • Abnormal cells, or dysplasia, in the colon, which puts you at high risk for colon cancer (2)

While it’s possible you’ll only have a portion of your colon removed, surgery for ulcerative colitis usually involves removing the entire colon and rectum.

When your rectum is removed, the surgeon must create an alternative way of moving waste from your body.

For example, a proctocolectomy — removal of your entire colon and rectum — may require an ileostomy.

In this procedure, the surgeon creates a small opening in the abdominal wall and attaches the tip of the lower small intestine, the ileum, to the opening.

Waste exits the body through this opening and must be collected in a pouch or bag. (1)

In an alternative approach — called ileoanal anastomosis — your surgeon may create an internal pouch out of the ileum and connect it to the anus. This allows you to pass stool fairly normally. (1)

Removing just a portion of your colon may be considered if you have limited disease. In most cases, though, this option doesn’t go far enough to address the problems that require surgery. (4)

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Home Remedies for Ulcerative Colitis

A number of lifestyle measures can help control ulcerative colitis symptoms and reduce the stress of living with this chronic condition.

Check with your doctor before trying any of the following approaches to managing your disease:

Eating Small, Frequent Meals Compared with eating three large meals each day, this lowers the likelihood of abdominal discomfort after eating.

Probiotics These supplements help fortify the “good” bacteria that’s normally present in your intestines. In many cases, they have been shown to reduce symptoms of ulcerative colitis.

Foods that naturally contain probiotics include yogurt with live cultures and fermented foods, such as sauerkraut and miso.

Curcumin A component of the spice turmeric, this supplement has an anti-inflammatory effect and may help when taken along with conventional medication. More research is needed to prove its effectiveness for ulcerative colitis.

Psyllium Seed This form of insoluble fiber, often sold as a laxative, helps maintain remission in some people. But it can be irritating to others, especially during a flare.

Soluble Fiber Foods high in this type of fiber, such as flaxseed and oat bran, help some people but cause constipation in others.

Fish Oil These supplements, which contain high levels of omega-3 fatty acids, may help some people reduce symptoms or stay in remission.

The benefits of fish oil are disputed, though, and may be canceled out by certain drugs for ulcerative colitis.

Mind-Body Practices Regularly engaging in meditation, tai chi, or yoga may reduce the stress of living with ulcerative colitis.

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These steps may not work for everybody, but it has helped most people that I have been able to share this information with.

STEP 1: Change Your Diet


  1. Egg white: Eat egg white either scrambled, grilled or fried in very little oil at breakfast time with white toast. Avoid egg yolk. Egg white will reduce inflammation.
  2. Squash or Zucchini: Stir fry green/yellow squash or zucchini and eat with white rice as much as you can. This is the ideal food for your condition, and you will begin to feel better almost immediately.
  3. Rice Dishes: Eat as many rice dishes as you like but avoid spices mentioned below.
  4. Honeydew Melon: Ideal fruit for ulcerative colitis. It will soothe the lining of your colon. Eat after lunch or dinner or both meals.
  5. Apples: Eat an apple after meals. Apples will improve your appetite and get rid of that bloating feeling. If your Ulcerative Colitis is active and there is bleeding, remove apple skin before eating.
  6. Drink one of these three juices after breakfast: (A). Drink a glass of apple juice, as that would replace the iron lost from bleeding, and it would give you strength.  (B) Cucumber Juice: Invest some money in getting a good juicer and drink freshly squeezed cucumber juice (leave the skin on). Make sure cucumbers are not waxed. To sweeten it, you may also add some grapes when juicing. Raw cucumbers with food are also very beneficial.  (C). Grapefruit Juice: Take a half glass of grapefruit juice and add equal amounts of water. It would help stop the bleeding.
  7. Fish: Fish is an excellent food, rich in nutrients, and it is easily digested. Eat grilled or lightly fried. If you eat it with white rice, that’s an excellent food.
  8. Water: Drink plenty of water. Drink a glass of water when you wake up and before going to sleep. In the beginning, it will add many trips to the bathroom, but eventually your body will begin to get used to it.
  9. Take Vitamin D regularly.


  1. Egg yolk: Whereas egg white is very beneficial, avoid egg yolk, especially if not hard-boiled. If you like egg omelet, use at least two egg whites for one yolk.
  2. Red pepper/ paprika/black pepper, Indian spice “Garam Masala.”
  3. Milk and yogurt
  4. Butter and margarine (eat Cream Cheese instead)
  5. Ice Cream (in small amount after dinner is okay, if you can’t resist)
  6. Seeds
  7. Nuts (including peanuts) or dry fruit (including coconut)
  8. Peanut butter
  9. Strong coffee
  10. Chocolate
  11. Cakes and creamy pastries
  12. Lentils/Beans (green beans are OK)
  13. Heavily coarse bread/ whole wheat
  14. Raw onions, raw garlic and hot green pepper
  15. Celery
  16. Beets
  17. Smoked foods
  18. Popcorn


1. Fish/Meat

2. All cooked vegetables (except those mentioned above).

3. Fruits (avoid bananas and mangoes if you have bloating. Do not eat oranges in an empty stomach)

4. Rice dishes

5. White bread/ plain crackers

6. Green tea/white tea/ decaffeinated black tea

7. Ice tea

8. Lemonade

9. Coke/Pepsi


1. Cheese/Pizza

2. Pasta

4. Bagels

5. Tacos

6. Corn chips

7. Potato chips (small quantity with other foods only)

STEP 2: Avoid Exertion

Avoid exertion, heavy exercise, walking/running in the hot sun, as that would make your symptoms worse. If you have to, take plenty of liquids.

STEP 3: Soak Yourself

Soak yourself in a bathtub and relax as often as possible.

STEP 4: Relax

Learn to relax, don’t rush things, and don’t be a perfectionist. This disease often afflicts people who are very conscientious. Learn to laugh at yourself, have plenty of friends, and spoil yourself one in a while.

STEP 5: Avoid Constipation

Avoid constipation. Allow yourself plenty of time in the bathroom.

STEP 6: Antibiotics

In the short term, antibiotics can help but you need to take them with acidophilus, since friendly bacterial flora gets depleted when one is taking antibiotics. However, you may notice a recurrence. It’s your body trying to tell you that you have to change—your diet and your lifestyle. For some people, using Anusol cream after a bowel movement is very helpful during flare-ups to cure anal fissures.

STEP 7: Learn from Mistakes

Ulcerative Colitis affects people in different ways. What works for somebody may not work for another. Take notes as to what causes a flare-up, and then avoid that food or activity. In time, you may develop your own list as to what works and what doesn’t. Good luck.

We encourage you to add 2 to 4 juices per day during our cleansing program. This will provide you with additional nutrients and it will increase your energy level. On this page, you will find our favorite detox juice recipes.

Having daily juices allows you to get more nutrients than you normally do from eating your three meals per day. Fresh fruit and vegetable juices are packed with healthy sugars and essential micronutrients (vitamins and minerals) that will nourish every cell in your body.

You can prepare juices in advance if you have a busy schedule. But make sure to keep them in the refrigerator in an air-tight container.

You will need a juicer
to make our detox juice recipes.


Lemon Water should be drunk first thing in the morning (after tongue scraping). Remember, you are detoxing. Your body needs a lot of water to eliminate all the toxic build-ups.

This morning ritual will rehydrate you after a long night of sleep. It will also support your lymphatic system and your digestive system.

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