Check your vitamin D levels - there is strong correlation between low vitamin D levels and Crohn's disease. And vitamin D deficiency has become a huge epidemic - especially in the United States.
You don't even need to go to the doctor to have your levels checked. The test costs about $65.00 and supplementing with vitamin D is very inexpensive. Just make sure you use vitamin D3 instead of the more expensive and less effective patented drug vitamin D2.
Contact me through my email if you need more info. Every time I leave a link for more info the mod removes it.
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