Affecting between 6-18% of the global population, IBS is one of the hardest symptoms to deal with. People often ask about an IBS diet and what foods they need to eat in order to deal with your symptoms. Well, there is no specific diet that can help you manage your symptoms but you can monitor your diet to make sure you are not eating any foods that you are intolerant to. So, there is not necessarily an IBS diet, as such, but there is a diet you can follow which will help you manage your IBS diet. 

To remain healthy, you should try and eat a balanced diet. If you do have IBS, then please do consider a healthy diet. Managing your IBS diet, you need to eat foods from the five major food groups, including meat and fish, fruit and vegetables cereals, potatoes and pasta. Also, unless you have a lactose intolerance, please do eat dairy.

An IBS Diet

You just need to manage your IBS diet in order to ensure you get the most out of your social life. Reduce your intake of Onions and Pulses and this will help you to manage your intolerances. By reducing your intake of apples and fruits that contain stones, you will not experience the same amount of symptoms that you usually would have when you have IBS. Reduce your intake of milk to no more than half a pint a day, and use lactose-free milk or supplement them with calcium enriched plant milk.

Reduce High Fat Dairy Foods and Drink More

Reduce your intake of fatty meat, and avoid hot spicy food and caffeinated drinks. The NHS has always recommended that you drink copious amounts of water. This is even more relevant when you have IBS, as your symptoms will decrease as the body flushes toxins out of your body. To find out more, please check out our website and please do talk to others.

Want to know more? Log on to www.allergytest.co and find out more about how you can order a test to deal with your IBS symptoms.