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  1. 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...
  2. Diet
    Studies suggest that IBS might be a low level autoimmune disease. Bowel dysmotility is believed to be caused by autoimmunity or inflammation. There are higher levels of GnRH IgM antibodies in patients with IBS and dysmotility. IBS patients also tend to have higher levels of C-reactive protein, a...
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    This is one of the toughest questions for anyone with IBS. The low FODMAP diet, which reduces IBS symptoms by excluding gas-producing foods in only supposed to be temporary. High FODMAPs which form butyrate are generally healthy for the colon and should be gradually reintroduced. The...
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