Hello -

No matter how safe a food is for IBS, eating a huge portion of it in one sitting can trigger an attack. Your gastrocolic reflex reacts (or, with IBS, over-reacts) in direct correlation to the number of calories and sheer volume you consume in a meal.

While this makes it easy to see why high fat foods causes IBS problems - fat is more than twice as calorie-dense as carbohydrates and proteins - it also means that bingeing - on anything - carries serious risks for those of us with IBS.

Don't kid yourself that if your friends break out a pint of ice cream and a spoon for a splurge, you can do the same with fat-free sorbet. It's not just ingredients when it comes to the IBS diet, but quantity too. Size really does matter.

You are not alone!

P.S. If you have any questions or comments I'd love to hear them - just reply to this email to reach me directly. I am overwhelmed with emails but I try to answer everyone.

To taming your tummy,
Heather

Heather Van Vorous
Heather Van Vorous
Over 40 years dealing with IBS



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