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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
    Hi guys! I am a 20-years-old from Germany, so please excuse my language skills, if there's anything wrong spelled, grammar wrong or something, I'm just a student I suffered for a long time from bowel complaints and several food intolerances including lactose, fructose and most grains, also...
  3. General Discussion
    Hi there, For a little over a year, I've been experiencing spasming pain in the right side of my abdominal area. At first, it only came with my period. I went to a gyno and had an ultrasound and examination- there were no signs of endometriosis, ovarian cysts, and everything else was normal...
  4. Leaky Gas (LG) / Incontinence / Odor
    I've had a lot of luck over the last month with my own version of a combined Specific Carbohydrate Diet & low FODMAP diet. It's a hard diet to stick to, but when I do, it works very well. The diet is basically meat, vegetables (except starchy vegetables like potato), and fruits. I've know for...
  5. IBS Diarrhea (IBS-D)
    I was diagnosed with one of the most extreme IBS cases my GI doc had ever seen. Colonoscopy/upper endoscopy showed I was totally healthy with minor inflammation and a polyp (very unusual for my age - I'm 25, had colonoscopy at 24). I had been having IBS since I was 18, but it was very mild until...
  6. IBS News, Media, Research, Discussion or Abstracts
    Sensitive To Gluten? A Carb In Wheat May Be The Real Culprit by ELIZA BARCLAY May 22, 2014 3:55 PM ET As late-night host Jimmy Kimmel so cleverly captured in a recent segment, some people on the gluten-free bandwagon don't know much about gluten, or why, precisely, they should avoid it. (For...
  7. IBS News, Media, Research, Discussion or Abstracts
    The basics: Food opioids are indigestible peptides that can cause constipation and may be the main cause of constipation for IBS-C (opioid-induced bowel dysfunction). The two most troublesome food opioids are from wheat and milk. Opioids bind to receptors and have sedative, satiating and...
  8. Diet
    Hello, everyone! I have IBS-C with pain after almost everything I eat. Last year, I took a saliva test that showed I am gluten intolerant and have a long list of cross-reactives to go with it- rice, milk, oats, coffee, and more. I can supposedly have corn, soy, quinoa and any meat. I went gfree...
  9. General Discussion
    I have found this article while reseaching into possible solutions to my IBS. http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-505269_162-57505149/modern-wheat-a-perfect-chronic-poison-doctor-says/ The article basicly says that modern wheat contains the protein Gliadin which the auther suggests could be dangerous...
  10. Diet
    I've been on a low fodmap diet for about 5 months and it seems like wheat bothers me much less than onions or garlic. Does this make sense? I thought the offending sugar was the same for all three (fructans).
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