Livingwell249, the quality of information presented is a vital aspect of its legitimacy.
I think when trying to quote from a blurb of a radio news broadcast (which itself is allegedly referring to some unnamed study done at some university that has neither endorsed the piece, nor made any direct quote for the broadcast) there is no way to draw any sensible conclusions.
It is necessary to use great care when quoting articles from radio, or from so called 'health magazines' and 'health' web sites. They are not rigorously scrutinized for truth and accuracy as other publications may be.
The term "inflammation" is such a broad and poorly understood concept. It is not sufficient to define the complexity of Crohn's and the many other illnesses that may have it as one of their components.
What seems healthy for one person, may not be for another, and great care needs to be taken when promoting any food, substance, or regime for use by chronically ill people.
With respect, If Mickey Mouse was the source of the info it wouldn't change the fact that it's the truth.