In 2010, a study was published showing the role of broccoli and planteyna in Crohn's disease. Fiber stopped moving Escherichia coli, which causes the symptoms of Crohn's disease, the cells. When the researchers tested the effects of apples and leeks effect on bacteria was found that demanded an explanation, why did not any fiber helps in Crohn's disease.
Scientists have conducted laboratory research on cell cultures (number of broccoli or planteyna was 5 mg / ml). Moving bacteria was stopped at 45-82%. After that, they confirmed their data on tissue samples taken from patients with Crohn's disease during surgery.
Another interesting finding of the study was that the emulsifier polysorbate 60 and 80 increased the penetration of E. coli cells. The authors noted that many products which are in liquid form to patients, including through the probe to contain emulsifiers like. This explains why many patients with Crohn's disease react to liquid feeding.
Planteyn and broccoli may be a useful adjunct in the treatment of Crohn's disease, a study shows. The authors hope to develop other aspects of therapeutic diets for patients with this disease.