Which Alcohol Drinks Work Best For IBS?
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Posted 08 August 2010 - 12:01 AM
So all Vodka and Gin would be clear.Isn't Rum (like Bacardi 151) clear too?
Hate to say it but "clear" means perfectly clear in color. Anything sweat like juice will make you worse if you are anything like me. I find the Pino Grigio whites to be best. Rum and I do not get along. Carbonated beverages only work for me if they are like 7up or club soda. Sorry but that is all I can offer as I do not bother to even try and drink anything else. I was find a sales meeting until I drank a clear "after dinner" drink. I have no idea what it was but it was "sweat" which in my mind now means bad. Again, I double the fiber, water and probotics and have one glass of clear water per drink. My doctor thinks it should be two or three. Often I will eat a fiber bar before going out just to help with the morning.
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Posted 10 November 2012 - 11:37 AM
After many years of drinking I've found Gin on the rocks (lots and lots of ice) is the best way to avoid stomach pains. I used to drink Gin and tonic but got rid of the tonic and replaced it with lots of ice (melting ice is going to add more water to it).
It's funny that someone here mentions grasshoppers because I've never really given those much thought seeing as all the cream would be bad, however thinking back on it I can't ever recall having any problems when I would drink them.
BTW any kind of apple or cider has always been the worst thing I could possibly drink.
I'll have to test this grasshopper theory some more and get back to you.
Posted 10 November 2012 - 08:46 PM
Maybe G & T's are good because of the quinine? I know there is way less quinine in tonic water than there used to be, but wasn't that always the antidote for a case of Tourista, malaria, etc?