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IBS diet

Which foods may be worth avoiding?

When and how to alter your diet when you have IBS can be confusing. Here our expert Ali explains why diet is one of the most important aspects to consider in IBS, and discusses which common problem foods may be worth omitting.

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  • Tracy's photo avatar
    Tracy — 03.04.2017 21:47
    Hi Ali I found your article fantastic to read. I have suffered IBS since the age of 14 and I'm now 53. 6 years ago I was diagnosed with Diverticula disease bit fortunately only had 1 flare up. I can honestly say though my diet is appalling as I do not know what to eat due to suffering from both conditions. Some help and advice would be much appreciated especially as I'm in the menopause which has exasperated both conditions.

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      Ali — 04.04.2017 08:05
      Hi Tracy, I'll contact you directly because there are some questions I need to ask you to give you the most accurate answer.

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    Kathryn Curtis — 22.03.2017 14:59
    What foods do I need to avoid to keep it under control.

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      Ali — 27.03.2017 14:02
      Hello this is a really tricky question as everyone is very individual. It may be worth keeping a diary by eliminating or incorporating categories of food, one at a time, to see how your gut responds. You may have a list already and this is one way to help manage potential triggers. If you need further assistance let me know.

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