I have managed crohn's disease for 30 years. Through personal experience and knowledge from working as a Registered nurse. I have felt positive effects from drinking distilled water daily. Eating fresh fruits and vegetables such as mini sweet peppers especially the reds, celery, new potatoes, squash, cantaloupe, blue berries ,oranges, and bananas. Peanut butter and crackers for a snack and primary meats chicken and fish. Medications are important and I have been taking a biologic for seven years and remain in remission. If you are unable to eat raw vegetables boil them slowly until they have a soft texture. In my terribly ill moments I rely on soups and broth and home made soup is preferable. I keep my Drs appointments especially with my gastroenterologists. Finding time to distress through prayer, mediation, exercise, and me time is also important. Crohns disease has made my life more intense and at times harder to manage, but life is good.