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Transcript of IBS
newly diagnosed IBS sufferers seeking to identify your triggers
Importance of identifying individual triggers
a new way to track...
Type of things you will track
a bit about fibre
where can you find it?
• Dried or tinned beans
• Brown rice
• The flesh of fruits such as apples and oranges
• Dried fruits
• Vegetables such as carrots
skins of fruits and root vegetables
wheat and corn bran
vegetables such as cauliflower and green beans.
Where can you find it?
Water & IBS
If you have diarrhoea
Have your 8 glasses but not at meal times
• Broccoli, onions, and cabbage
• Fried or fatty foods such as chips
• Milk products such as cheese or ice cream
• Caffeine in coffee, tea, and some fizzy drinks
How you eat may also trigger symptoms.
Extreme temperatures, particularly if consumed together,
such as ice-cold water and steaming hot soup.
Large meals. Try to eat less at each meal,
or have four or five small meals a day.
• Refined breads and cereals
• Refined foods such as crisps and biscuits
• Drinks such as coffee, fizzy drinks, and alcohol
• High-protein diets.
Constipation Prevention strategies:
• Gradually increase daily fibre.
-Good sources of fibre
• Drink eight glasses of plain water a day
• Try ground flaxseed.
• Too much fibre
• Food and drinks
• Fizzy drinks
• Large meals
• Fried and fatty foods
• Food and drinks with dairy
• Foods with wheat
Diet triggers for IBS diarrhoea
• Eat a moderate amount of soluble fibre.
•Avoid extreme temperatures
• Reduce or avoid certain foods
• Eat smaller portions
• Drink six to eight glasses of plain water a day
• Consult with your doctor or a dietitian
Diarrhoea Prevention strategies
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• Problems at work
• Problems at home
• Financial problems
• A sense that things are beyond your control.
Stress prevention strategies
• Practice healthy living
• Do something fun
• Try behavioural therapy
• Talk to people
• Plan ahead.
Once you have identified your triggers
NHS choices, 2012. Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). [online] Available from: http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Irritable-bowel-syndrome/Pages/Treatment.aspx [Accessed 14/11/2013]
National Institute for Health and Care Excellence. 2008, Irritable bowel syndrome in adults, (NICE clinical guideline 61) NICE, Manchester.