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Posted 11 October 2001 - 07:50 AM

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My IBS is intermittent, normally 2 or 3 bad days in every couple of weeks.I dont know if its my imagination,but can Digestive biscuits bring on IBS?In my case constipation,stomach ache.


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Posted 12 October 2001 - 12:02 AM

I`v recently stopped eating digestive biscuits because they give me diarrhoea, bloating and muscle spasms.Courage

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Posted 12 October 2001 - 12:24 PM

Try visiting the IBS discussion group forum, too, if you haven't already. We have quite a few people there from Britain - who'd know what Digestive biscuits are. Having eaten many of them myself when younger, I'd say they probably have a lot of wheat in them - and wheat/gluten is an IBS trigger for many people.And, no, I'm not a specialist or anything.
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Posted 12 October 2001 - 12:49 PM

Thanks Hipjanhave posted on the discussion board now too

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Posted 12 October 2001 - 02:14 PM

Hi - In addition to whole wheat, which is high in insoluble fiber and thus a potential IBS trigger, check the fat content of the biscuits. Typically, oil or shortening is the number two ingredient. Fat is the single greatest GI tract stimulant, and a huge trigger for IBS attacks. ------------------Authorized Expert for IBS Self Help Group - Ask the Specialist forumHeather Van Vorous is a cookbook and dietary author specializing in healthy gourmet recipes for IBS. She has had the disorder since childhood, teaches classes on eating for IBS, and works with corporate HR departments to offer employee IBS education programs. She currently has an IBS cooking show in development for broadcast on both the web and cable access television.
Heather Van Vorous is a health and food writer specializing in dietary issues for people with bowel disorders. She is the author of Eating for IBS and The First Year:IBS. She has had the disorder since childhood, teaches classes on eating and cooking for IBS, provides physicians with IBS patient management information, and works with corporate HR departments to offer employee IBS awareness programs. Her mission is to offer education, support, and tangible help to allow people with IBS to successfully manage their symptoms through lifestyle modifications. ...com





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