A New Way to Eat for IBS ~ Trigger Foods

Eating for IBS pioneered the fundamental idea of eating to avoid foods that trigger or irritate a spastic colon via the gastrocolic reflex that occurs when food enters the stomach, and to eat foods that soothe and regulate the colon. This will relieve and prevent the lower abdominal pain or cramps from IBS diarrhea and constipation, as well as gas, nausea, and bloating or swelling.

This is best accomplished by strictly limiting IBS trigger foods (the most difficult digestive tract burdens), eating soluble fiber consistently with every snack and meal, being very careful with insoluble fiber, and avoiding overeating by having frequent small meals instead of large ones.

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