Crohn’s Disease is an autoimmune disorder where ulceration, inflammation and stricture can occur anywhere along the gastro-intestinal tract.
Possible causes of Crohn’s Disease are abnormal reactions of the immune system to bacteria. Stress is thought to be a common trigger as well.
And definitely cut back on your Fiber intake. Most people with Crohn’s cannot tolerate high-fiber foods. This includes raw vegetables such as carrots, which some people may find difficult to digest. Juicing a carrot removes most of the fiber, but keeps lots of the nutritional value. However, fiber makes up an important part of a healthy diet. Drinking carrot juice with some of the pulp retained in the liquid helps improve the fiber content of the juice without putting too much stress on the bowel.
Feel free to experiment with different types of fruits and vegetables and keep a log of how it makes you feel after you drink the juice. If you have an upset stomach after drinking one of the juices, keep track of what you put into it and slowly remove one ingredient at a time until you figure out which ingredient caused you trouble and then try to avoid putting that ingredient into your fresh juices.