Eating for Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) Recipes

Here's a delicious variety of recipes (175 of them!) that will finally let you eat without fear! All are low fat, high soluble fiber, and carefully incorporate insoluble fiber. Most importantly, all of them taste terrific.

If you're in the midst of a cycle of attacks, try a batch of Will's Dreamy Lemon Rice Pudding or Cantonese Jok Rice Porridge Soup to stabilize quickly. The Honey Glazed Snack Mix or Pizza Party Snack Mix is a great way to maintain stability – just munch a little throughout the day and keep symptoms in check.

All recipes are fast and easy, and most easily double or even triple. Plenty of leftovers means that you'll not only have safe food on hand, but you won't have to cook as often. I hope that you enjoy each one of these recipes as much as I do, but if you try just one, make it the Peppermint Fudge Cake. Everyone loves this!

Beverages

Appetizers & Snacks

Breakfasts & Breads

Side Dishes, Salads, Soups & Sandwiches

Main Dishes

Desserts

Recipe Corrections for 1st Edition Books

All recipes included in Eating for IBS have a nutritional analysis per serving of calories, protein, percentage of calories from protein, carbohydrates, percentage of calories from carbohydrates, total fat, percentage of calories from fat, saturated fat, cholesterol, sodium, and total dietary fiber. (Analysis provided by NutriBase Nutrition Manager software.)

Take immediate control of your symptoms with Eating for IBS.


  
   Heather's IBS Diet Cheat Sheet for Irritable Bowel Syndrome Recipes.     
        Excerpted from Eating for IBS.


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