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Product Reviews Found:
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1.Ulcerative Colitis supplements in Probiotics Review (Including Kombucha and Pet Supplements)  *
2.Ulcerative Colitis supplements in Joint Health Supplements Review (Glucosamine, Chondroitin, MSM and Boswellia) *
3.Ulcerative Colitis supplements in Fish Oil and Omega-3 and -7 Supplements Review (Including Krill, Algae, Calamari, and Sea Buckthorn) *
4.Ulcerative Colitis supplements in Choline Supplements Review (Including Phosphatidylcholine, CDP-Choline, and Alpha-GPC)
5.Ulcerative Colitis supplements in Bone Broth Review *
6.Ulcerative Colitis supplements in Turmeric and Curcumin Supplements and Spices Review
7.Ulcerative Colitis supplements in Selenium Supplements Review *
8.Ulcerative Colitis supplements in Aloe Liquids, Gels, and Supplements Review *
9.Ulcerative Colitis supplements in Digestive Enzyme Supplements Review *
10.Ulcerative Colitis supplements in Joint Health Supplements for Pets Review (Glucosamine, Chondroitin, MSM & Boswellia)  *
11.Ulcerative Colitis supplements in B Vitamin Supplements Review (B Complexes, B6, B12, Biotin, Folate, Niacin, Riboflavin & More)  *
12.Ulcerative Colitis supplements in Magnesium and Calcium-Magnesium Supplements Review *
13.Ulcerative Colitis supplements in Vitamin D Supplements Review (Including Calcium, Vitamin K, Magnesium) *


Encyclopedia Articles Found: (Articles do not mention brands)
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1.Ulcerative Colitis
2.Lecithin
3.Boswellia
4.Turmeric
5.Wheat Grass Juice
6.Crohn's Disease
7.Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)
8.Andrographis
9.Acidophilus and Other Probiotics
10.Aloe


ConsumerLab.com Answers to Questions Found:
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1.Do any supplements help for ulcerative colitis? 
2.Can N-acetyl-glucosamine (NAG) really help improve symptoms of bowel disease such as Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis, or irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)?  
3.What is carrageenan? Should I be concerned that it is an ingredient in my supplement? 
4.I read that turmeric may be a GI irritant. I have GI problems and wonder if I should avoid turmeric and curcumin? 
5.What are the health benefits of aloe supplements? Are they safe? 
6.How does turmeric spice compare to turmeric (curcumin) in supplements? I sprinkle it on my foods and wonder if that's equivalent to taking a supplement. 
7.Does Restore (Bionic Sciences LLC) really improve gut health? What is in Restore? 


Clinical Updates Found:
2018 08/25/2018Curcumin Helps Ulcerative Colitis
 02/13/2018Fish Oil for Ulcerative Colitis
2017 06/02/2017Curcumin for Ulcerative Colitis?
2015 03/03/2015 Impressive Results with Curcumin in Colitis


Recalls and Warnings Found:
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1.Undeclared Drugs Found In Male Enhancement Supplements (07/01/2015)
2.Metagenics Warned For Misbranding of Medical Foods and Drug Claims (09/13/2013)


News Releases Found:
2017 02/03/2017ConsumerLab.com Shows How Much Choline is Really in Supplements -- ConsumerLab.com Tests Phosphatidylcholine (From Soy Lecithin), Citicoline, Alpha-GPC and Other Choline-Containing Supplements, Identifying Top Picks
2014 02/26/2014Mislabeling of Some Joint Health Supplements with Glucosamine, Chondroitin, Boswellia, and MSM According to ConsumerLab.com -- 38 Supplements Tested, Including Products for Dogs and Cats --
2013 12/16/2013What's Really in Turmeric Supplements and Spices? You May Not Want to Know -- 33% of Turmeric/Curcumin Supplements Fail ConsumerLab.com's Review; Filth Found in Spices
2012 08/31/2012ConsumerLab.com tests selenium supplements -- Finds one with less than 25% of listed amount
2011 02/16/2011Some turmeric and curcumin supplements fail quality review -- ConsumerLab.com finds 20% of turmeric supplements selected for review deliver less than 15% of promised compounds


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