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What is recommend with patient with Irritable bowl syndrome
It is advisable not to overdo it because of additional gas, consumption of cabbage and beans but this applies equally to people without IBS. In normal amounts (cup of pea soup, two tablespoons cabbage or beans), no problems are expected. And a trip through the food will not cause serious problems.
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Avoiding dairy is a standard recommendation for patients with IBS. Lactose intolerance is not more common in IBS than in people without IBS. The same applies to a milk allergy. Some dairy products contain little or no lactose, such as hard cheeses and lactose-free products. Most people can not tolerate fine (small) amounts of lactose, but people with IBS may be extra sensitive to the gas caused by lactose fermentation. A dietitian can advise you.
Fruit is also a great source of fermentable fibers. It is advisable to eat including the peel. The whole fruit Of course, well washed. Again, eating fruit (especially drinking fruit juices) should not be exaggerated.
It may be useful to robotics use. When you use a quality product, quantities are good bacteria added to the intestinal flora . In the supermarket are different products available. There is not a pro biotic that works best because every person is different and reacts differently.
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