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Short‐chain fatty acids affect the development of inflammatory bowel disease through intestinal barrier, immunology, and microbiota: A promising therapy?

The key product is short chain fatty acids, which are obtained by microbiotic fermentation of indigestible dietary fibers in the gut. So, change in SCFAs could result in inflammatory bowel disease. Although many studies have shown that pretreatment with SCFAs can effectively reduce inflammation in the gut, the exact mechanisms are not clear. We also discuss the benefits of SCFAs in IBD via the gut, gut-u2010liver, and gut–u2010lung axis, as well as a summary of the benefits of their clinical application. A deeper understanding of the role of SCFAs in IBD may lead to new research objectives for future research.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/jgh.15970


A consensus statement on health‐care transition for childhood‐onset inflammatory bowel disease patients

Inflammatory bowel disease is a common inflammatory disease of the intestine. Adult and pediatric gastroenterologists have discovered differences between adult and pediatric gastroenterologists in terms of their expertise and perception of the healthu2010care transition for patients with childhoodu2010onset IBD, according to previous Japanese surveys. The Ministry of Health, Labour, and Welfare of Japan held several Web workshops in 2021-2022 to address problems related to IBD patients' transitional care as part of their study into chronic ailments. Pediatric and adult patients were among the patients who were interested in IBD therapy. The issue of transition between pediatric and adult gastroenterologists is discussed in this panel, as a result, this group of adult and pediatric gastroenterologists also published five consensus statements on the topic of u201c transfer from pediatric to adult care, as well as nine statements on transition to adult care. u201d was a u201d solution.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/ped.15241


Evaluating macro‐ and micronutrients and food groups intake with the risk of developing inflammatory bowel disease: Is there any association?

Abstract The increasing scientific evidence has established that certain dietary factors are involved in inflammation bowel disease formation and progression. The u2013control study was conducted from 2017 to 2019 on 145 newly diagnosed IBD patients and 145 BMIu2010, u2010, and age-matched healthy controls recruited from a hospital clinic. The increased amount of seafood and cholesterol was linked to an elevated risk of IBD and ulcerative colitis formation, as well as the healthy group; however, people who had a higher intake of calcium were less likely to have Crohn's than the healthy group. In the current caseu2013control report, higher intake of seafood and cholesterol were positively associated with a higher risk of IBD development.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/fsn3.2988

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