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  1. Diet
    If I stick to this default diet I don't have any IBS symptoms the next day breakfast: 2 eggs, steamed zucchini, carrot, string beans lunch: salad - cucumber, carrot, gherkins, olives, tomatoes, avocado dinner: a small amount of meat or seafood with vegetables only - any of these: pumpkin...
  2. General Discussion
    I know a few people here have a problem with meat, and to be honest I always doubted that this was true because meat is supposed to be one of the few IBS-friendly foods there are. This is true, but the method of heating has a lot to do with how well it's digested. AGEs are Advanced Glycation End...
  3. IBS News, Media, Research, Discussion or Abstracts
    Rice is often a problem food for IBS and there could be several reasons for this. IBS sufferers might think that they tolerate rice because it doesn't cause gas. For many of us though, rice causes a lot of gas once its resistant starch arrives in the colon to be fermented by bacteria. Because...
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