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Consider nutritional therapists’ advice Nutritional therapists believe that health problems such as IBS can be both prevented and treated with appropriate nutrition. Ian Marber, ‘The Food Doctor’, says it’s hard to make and stick to big changes in your diet and suggests some basic dietary changes to improve your digestion. He recommends eating a tablespoon of sauerkraut daily, as it contains ‘healthy bacteria’. He believes that fruit can lead to bloating, especially when eaten directly a˕er a main meal, and claims it’s best eaten either half an hour before, or two hours a˕erwards.
It’s important to keep a food and symptom diary, both during the food exclusion and the food reintroduction periods. If you react to a particular food, remove it from your diet again. Eventually, a˕er a process of trial and error, you will learn which foods are responsible for your symptoms. According to Professor Hunter, food intolerances can change – you might ̞nd you can eat foods that once caused you problems again, although perhaps only in small amounts. Therefore, he advises re-checking what you are intolerant to every six months.
In another survey, just over half of patients with IBS reported that ̞bre from cereal worsened their symptoms. Heather Van Vorous, an IBS su̝erer in the US, claims that many IBS su̝erers have been helped by the soluble ̞bre-based diet that she advocates (see Help for IBS in the Directory). These ̞ndings are thought to be a result of the di̝erent ways in which the two types of ̞bre are digested. Soluble ̞bre, as its name suggests, dissolves in water in the gut to produce a jelly-like solution that is quickly and easily broken down (fermented) by bacteria and may soothe the gut lining.
50 Things You Can Do Today to Manage IBS by Wendy Green