The yogurt and kefir milk in the picture are lowfat but other brands do carry whole or full-fat versions.
Gastrointestinal DiseaseLiving With CFNutritionResearch

Full-Fat Fermented Dairy May Cause Less Inflammation Than Regular Dairy

In the cystic fibrosis diet, dairy products are often used to reach high-calorie targets, and new research has shown that it may be beneficial to focus on full-fat fermented dairy rather than regular dairy, because full-fat fermented dairy may cause less cardiovascular inflammation. A study published in the British Journal …

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Living With CFResearchRespiratory Disease

Respiratory Health and Air Pollution

The impact of small particle air pollution on the lower airways (lungs) has long been studied, but now scientists have evidence of its negative impact on the upper sinonasal airways as well. The World Health Organization’s recommendation for small particle air pollution (PM2.5) is that it not exceed an average …

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GeneticsLiving With CFRespiratory DiseaseTreatments

Does Ivacaftor Affect Lung Bacteria in Cystic Fibrosis?

Ivacaftor has been shown to increase CFTR activity and lung function in people with Cystic Fibrosis and the G551D mutation, but until a recent study, scientists were not sure if ivacaftor changed the level of bacteria in the lungs. The results of a deeper study on ivacaftor have been published, …

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Alternative MedicineFAQsLiving With CF

Cystic Fibrosis symptoms: Asthma, Allergies & Green FAQ

Written by member Nightwriter Please note that this information was compiled from numerous threads on the message boards relating to cystic fibrosis symptoms such as Asthma and Allergies. We encourage you to search and read the threads for more detailed information, engage in your own research outside the message boards …

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