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  1. Leaky Gas (LG) / Incontinence / Odor
    Breakfast: 2 soft boiled eggs with steamed zucchini, green string beans & carrot. Pot of black tea. Lunch: Salami with salad: carrot, cucumber, olives Late afternoon: tomato, more salami Dinner: Steak with steamed zucchini, green beans and carrots. Only water to drink. No grains, legumes...
  2. Leaky Gas (LG) / Incontinence / Odor
    NB: It's now April and I've edited this post by deleting the glucose lollies that I thought were OK but weren't and also the other fruit and yoghurt. This is my basic default diet which I've been eating for almost a month: Breakfast: 2 eggs, 2 shortcut bacon & fried tomato. A pot of black tea...
  3. Diet
    (The following information from Nutrition Data:) Different starch levels of potato per 100 grams of food: dehydrated, dry form 70 grams potato chips 58 grams french fries 38 grams mashed 8 grams...
  4. Leaky Gas (LG) / Incontinence / Odor
    Most of us overeat but don't realise we're going it. This link gives an easy to read explanation of how overeating can lead to carbohydrate maldigestion, IBS and GERD. http://chriskresser.com/the-hidden-causes-of-heartburn-and-gerd The single biggest cause of indigestion is overeating. We tend...
  5. IBS News, Media, Research, Discussion or Abstracts
    IBS is characterised by carbohydrate malabsorption and gas. IBS-constipation patients are believed to be predominantly methane producing whereas IBS-diarrhea patients are hydrogen producing. Both methane and hydrogen are considered possible neurotransmitters and both can affect gut motility...
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