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What diet is the best to manage IBS symptoms?

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    • Hoffs

      253d

      @BakerStreetMuse Goes to show how different this is from person to person. I cant have ciders because i have strong reaction to apples

    • Hoffs

      253d

      I think it depends whether its D or C. I have D and low Fodmap was the best for me. Saw a nutritionist/dietitian recommended by my GI doctor. It helped me to determine my trigger foods.

    • BakerStreetMuse

      259d

      medicinal marijuana has helped me SO much!

      • BakerStreetMuse

        259d

        @BakerStreetMuse and weirdly, consuming hard ciders instead of beer when I drink also keeps me from cramping.

        • Hoffs

          253d

          @BakerStreetMuse Goes to show how different this is from person to person. I cant have ciders because i have strong reaction to apples

    • Smileys

      261d

      Paleo and low fodmap are helpful for many. I also recommend looking into gut health as that is key in stopping IBS completely.

    • mynewfriend

      261d

      Low fodmap has worked wonders for me. Google Monash low FODMAP diet.

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The low FODMAP diet is often recommended to help manage IBS symptoms, as it helps identify and eliminate trigger foods. However, individual responses may vary, and it's essential to consult with a healthcare professional before making significant dietary changes.

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