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How to cope with IBS at Work

One of the biggest fears for many IBS sufferers is going outside, socializing, and being in public. Working can also be very difficult. Some IBS sufferers fell that they are less productive, and more stressed. Some sufferers feel that they must turn down promotions. Some IBS sufferers have felt that the only solution is to leave employment. However, there are less drastic options that can help you if you’re having problems managing your IBS with your job.   Start Your Day Give yourself extra time in the morning. You can get ready at your own pace, while keeping watch for...

May 24, 2018

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Low FODMAP Alternatives to Onion, Garlic, Gluten and More

Low FODMAP Alternatives to Onion, Garlic, Gluten and More

At first glance, the low FODMAP diet may seem limiting. You may feel like you are giving up a lot of foods that you are used to eating and you are not sure what is left for you to enjoy. However, eating delicious meals and snacks on the low FODMAP diet is possible, but just takes some planning and the openness to try new foods and drinks that you may have never tried before. Here are some tips on how to enjoy some of your favorite meals and snacks with low FODMAP ingredient alternatives. Onion and Garlic Alternatives Until you...

May 24, 2018

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Foods To Avoid with IBS

Foods To Avoid with IBS

Abdominal cramps, bloating, and uncomfortable and embarrassing gas are just some of the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome, also known as IBS.  Others may also experience constipation, diarrhea, or a combination of both. There are certain foods to avoid with IBS since these foods can trigger symptoms, causing pain, making it hard for your clothes to fit, and putting a stop sign on your daily tasks. Therefore, here is a short list of foods to avoid with IBS to limit these triggers, so you can live with IBS without having it take over your life. Go Gluten-Free When it comes...

May 24, 2018

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Low FODMAP Sweeteners

Low FODMAP Sweeteners

With so many hidden sweeteners in foods and drinks, it can difficult to know which are low FODMAP friendly.  Some sweeteners may cause symptoms such as abdominal cramping and loose stools, which can be painful and uncomfortable. Therefore, read below for tips on choosing sweeteners that are safe on the low FODMAP diet. Say No to Fructose Foods and drinks that contain fructose sweeteners like high fructose corn syrup should be avoided on the low FODMAP diet.  In addition, high fructose fruit-based juices and concentrates such as apple, grapefruit, peach, pear, and mango concentrates, to name a few, should not...

May 22, 2018

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What Bread is Low FODMAP?

What Bread is Low FODMAP?

As you glance at a low FODMAP diet list, you may notice one food that is missing: wheat bread. You may start to imagine a life without toast in the morning, no sandwiches for lunch, and a future without dinner rolls.  This high fiber favorite is a no-no on a low FODMAP regimen, but that doesn’t mean bread is lost forever. Fortunately, there are several other flours and flour substitutions out there that can create a bread just as delicious as wheat, but with the bonus of no bellyache after eating for those of us with FODMAP sensitivities like irritable...

May 22, 2018

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