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An Article from our May 2019 issue

Diet trials:


"A limited antigen diet that contains a single novel protein-source and a single novel carbohydrate source is a good first choice for patients with suspected idiopathic IBD. A wide variety of such diets is available and sometimes several diets have to be tried in sequence before one is identified that is effective in controlling the diarrhea. A hypoallergenic diet based on hydrolyzed proteins can also be used. A recent study showed that, while a hydrolyzed diet showed comparable initial response rates with other diets, long-term response rates, were better for a hydrolyzed protein diet containing soy protein as the hydrolysate. Since there are significant differences between different types of hydrolyzed protein diets, these results can not necessarily be transferred to other hydrolyzed protein diets."

Jörg M. Steiner, med.vet., Dr.med.vet., PhD, DACVIM (SAIM)
Music City Vet Conf, Feb 2019

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