What could be triggering/causing your IBS?
IBS can be confusing, especially when it comes to food and eating. Most people just want a list of foods that they should and shouldn’t eat, but unfortunately, it doesn’t always work that way.
IBS symptoms differ from person to person, so what you really need to try is finding out what your triggers are. That said, there are things that every IBS sufferer should probably do…
Top 10 food tips for IBS sufferers
Things to avoid:
Still looking for more tips and tricks – have a look at our “TIPS” page.
We live in a world that’s very stressful and full of people promising a quick fix. We don’t believe that there’s a quick fix for IBS. Doctors and dieticians can help you find the right path to better health, BUT you have to work at it too. You have to make sacrifices, break bad habits and start new, good habits. It’s hard. But, it’s worth it.
You keep putting one foot in front of the other, making healthier choices and fighting against bad habits, and one day you’ll look up and you’ll have arrived at control.
Say to yourself:
“I’m taking control – and I’m starting today”.
So you’ve made a lot of changes, but your IBS hasn’t gone away. You may have tried a combination of changes such as
- Diet and lifestyle*
- Relaxation** (refer to later using a star with links to sections)
and yet, your IBS is still persisting.