This research will explore whether new treatments can help people with Inflammatory Bowel Disease. The INHABIT study is a clinical trial investigating whether anthocyanins from fruit extract combined with a specific probiotic reduce inflammation and change the gut microbiota in people with Inflammatory Bowel Disease.
Participants will need to:
- take two products daily for 12 weeks,
- complete some online questionnaires about diet, symptoms and health
- provide stool samples posted in the mail at the start and end of the study, and
This study is conducted remotely and does not require travel.
The two products are: freeze-dried blackcurrant powder or the placebo, and a probiotic sachet or the placebo. Participants can take the two products together in a cold drink, with yoghurt, or on top of cereal at any time of the day. This is a placebo-controlled study with each participant having a a 75% chance of receiving one or more of the active products, and a 25% chance of receiving the two placebo products.
If you are interested in taking part in this study, follow this link to complete the screening survey.