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    Migrating Motor Complex has been implicated with SIBO. Most gas-producing bacteria live in the colon, but in SIBO there are large quantities in the small intestine. Hydrogen and methane are the by-products of these bacteria, which can cause constipation and diarrhea respectively. IBS patients...
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    The first site explains the connection between resistant starch and glycemic index. The second link leads to a very comprehensive list of resistant starch foods. Basic summary: While resistant starch is healthy overall, it can lead to IBS symptoms for a lot of us. Resistant Starch is a type...
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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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