Pork could be problem?
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Posted 06 April 2006 - 07:02 AM
Posted 06 April 2006 - 10:05 AM
I agree. If I eat BBQ ribs they will often cause problems. I attribute that to the fat an the sauce/spices used.If I make pork chops (which these days are as lean as chicken breast... thus boring and flavorless) I have no problems.If I eat a fatty steak (NY Strip) as compared to a lean steak (Sirloin) I can tell a difference.And as far as sausage... know one knows what all goes in those.. that's why they're so good!
Posted 10 April 2006 - 05:38 PM
Hi...I can eat pork....sausages affect me, but not too too badly...they are LOADED with fat...and high fat and fatty foods tend to be an IBS trigger food (along with others - different for everyone) For example I can eat strip loin steak, but if I have ONE ounce of beef tenderloin, it's a disaster. Now tenderloin is not neccesarily fatty, but it is very rich...so that, I found out the hard way, is ONE of my MANY trigger foods. OH the joys of IBS.