Most FODMAP diets I have seen allow most cheeses as it is low in lactose.
Did you see that Crohnsinct? The full article is on Medscape.Study Links Common Food Additives to Crohn's Disease, Colitis
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Common additives in ice cream, margarine, packaged bread and many processed foods may promote the inflammatory bowel diseases ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease as well as metabolic syndrome, scientists said on Wednesday.
The researchers focused on emulsifiers, chemicals added to many food products to improve texture and extend shelf life. In mouse experiments, they found emulsifiers can change the species composition of gut bacteria and induce intestinal inflammation.
Yeah...that's exactly how I feel.Hugs
12 weeks Mtx should be long enough for control even without the diet side.
In all my study reading for our insurance appeal on the FC test I am reading 200 is the point at which they feel the kids are not responding to the meds and it is indicative that unless something changes they will head into a flare within the next year. Luckily doc is pulling another test in a few weeks so hopefully things won't go too far off the rails.200 is our cut point of where they make a change. That could be diet in,this case.