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Diet for IBS

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Irritable bowel syndrome or IBS can be very uncomfortable for anyone. There are certain specific diets available which will help you to reduce the irritation and discomfort. Let’s know more about these diets.

High fibre diet

When you consume more fibre it will add bulk to your stool and that is beneficial in its movement. As an adult, you will need 20 to 35 g of fibre everyday but most people do not consume such amount of fibre. You can add fibre rich foods to your diet to increase the amount of fibre you are consuming every day. Such foods include fruits, vegetables and whole grains. People who suffer from bloating due to high fibre intake, they can consume soluble fibre. This fibre is present in fruits and vegetables.

Low fibre diet

high-fibre diet can be good for many people who were suffering from IBS but it is seen that in some people it may not be very good especially if they are already suffering from frequent gas and diarrhea problem. High-fibre can worsen the situation for them. However, that does not mean that you should completely eliminate five from your diet. Instead, he can use soluble fibre sources which are available in different fruits and other food products like apples, carrots, berries and oatmeal.

Soluble fibre is important and since it does not add extra bulk, it is also fine for people who cannot eat insoluble fibre. It is also possible to take an anti-diarrhoeal medicine 30 minutes before you eat fiber.

Low-fat diet

High-fat foods can cause different health problems such as obesity, weight gain etc. High fat diets can really bad for people who are already suffering from IBS because those foods can worsen the situation. There are also bad for anyone suffering from IBS because they are generally low in fibre and may result in constipation. If you are suffering from constipation and diarrhea resulting from IBS, you should always avoid high-fat diets. You need a low-fat diet because it’s good for you when you are suffering from IBS. It is also good for your heart and can help you to control bowel symptoms. Reduce or stop eating fried foods and animal fats. You can replace them with lean meats, vegetables, fruits, grains and low-fat dairy products.

Gluten-free diet

Gluten is a protein and it may not be a good element for people who are gluten intolerant. In them, gluten can damage the intestines. If you have sensitivity or intolerance to gluten, you may experience IBS and if that is the case, you should focus on a gluten-free diet. Gluten is present in braid and pasta. It is available in barley, wheat and rye. Eliminating these products from your diet will help you to get rid of IBS if you are suffering from IBS because of sensitivity or intolerance to gluten. For people who are suffering from IBS but still like braid and pasta, they can always find gluten-free versions of these products.

Elimination diet

The elimination diet will eliminate some of the food items from the diet. You can eliminate such foods for an extended period of time just to see if your IBS symptoms improve on not. Coffee, chocolate, nuts and insoluble fibre are the four main culprits that may cause or worsen your IBS condition. If you yourself find out that a particular food is causing more problems for you and resulting in IBS, you can yourself eliminate that foods from your diet for a few weeks and notice the difference, if there is any.

References

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Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
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Low-FODMAP Diet for Treatment of Irritable Bowel Syndrome