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What Foods Should I Avoid to Help IBS?

What Foods Should I Avoid to Help IBS?
13/11/2020 Jordan

There is strong evidence that sugar feeds bacteria that are destructive to the gut wall, feeds harmful yeasts, and lowers levels of beneficial bacteria, encouraging inflammation, so cutting sugar out of your diet is highly recommended.

Further triggers could include wheat and gluten, beans, coffee, dairy, fried foods, artificial sweeteners and it might take some experimentation to work out what your personal problem foods are. It may be worth trying the low FODMAP diet, which limits certain fermentable carbohydrates. Fibre can aggravate the diarrhoea and bloating symptoms, so it is often recommended to go onto a low fibre diet while the gut is mending.

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