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Disease less Scam - Some Foods That May Cause Bowel Syndrome

Jun 17th 2014 at 11:59 PM

1. Vegetable oils, fats and these have an effect on systolic strong intestinal walls, which leads to the occurrence of contractions.

2. Alcohol and chocolate contribute to the worsening of the situation.

3. If the gases cause a problem for the person he stay away from foods that increase the intensity, especially those that include beans, cabbageand some types of fruit.

4. Milk and milk products from foods that are frequently speak out in case of injury IBS, and most doctors are doing to prevent the sick ones and those of the common mistakes, to be a person with IBS that focuses on the effect of dairy products on the illness and whether there are symptoms increase after ingested or not?

If they harass a person, this means that there may be allergic to lactose (sensitivity of lactose is that the body of the individual cannot digest it), and lactose is the sugar content in the milk, may increase milk and dairy products from the case of colon worse if the person is suffering from an allergy, and if It was thus must limit how much of dairy products in the diet. Disease less Review

5. Stimulants or foods that contain a high percentage of caffeine such as tea, coffee, caffeine has an effect similar to fat, which causes the constriction of the intestine, which leads to the occurrence of contractions.

6. Spices, hot spices, sometimes representing irritants patient bowel syndrome.

7. Medical drugs may increase the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome and attention should discontinue use.

It does not end by mentioning the area of medicines that are used to restrain or relieve the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome, they are many and varied, and the diversity of the large number of pharmaceutical companies.

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