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Nutrition in Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Nutrition in IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome)
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There are a lot of misconceptions about what the best diet for people with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is. On the internet to find "forbidden" products or products that the symptoms would worsen. PDS with long lists Often these lists are based on personal opinions and not on results of scientific research. As individuals with IBS is not advisable to follow. These opinions Forbidden foods do not exist.
The danger of a diet in which certain foods are avoided is that shortages will arise of nutrients and micronutrients (eventually vitamins and minerals). Often the omission (elimination) of a particular food (such as dairy or cabbages) only temporarily to an improvement in symptoms
When complaints will increase again over time, other products or foods as the 'culprit' seen and avoided, resulting in a very unhealthy eating habits as a result.
In IBS is usually not a continuous level of complaints. Sometimes someone consecutive weeks complaints but also come relatively quiet periods with few complaints. In addition, complaints per person so different that a nutrition advice is tailored to be recommended by an expert
The dietitian is this right person. Finally, it appears that nutrition and lifestyle advice does not always show.
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