A healthy diet must include a wide range of nutritious foods, but people with IBS might notice that some foods are triggering their symptoms – so avoiding such potential triggers is helpful in reducing the onset and severity of IBS symptoms. To manage your IBS symptoms, It is important to understand that what foods or dietary products are causing uncomfortable digestive symptoms for you. According to John Hopkins’s recommendations,
1 following is the list of most common foods that you must avoid:
There are two forms of fiber present in foods, i.e., soluble and insoluble fiber. Most of the plant foods contain both; the soluble and insoluble fibers – but some foods are rich in one type of fiber.
Insoluble fiber is rich in vegetables and whole grain products. The experts state that eating insoluble-fiber rich foods such as wheat bran might makes bloating and abdominal pain worse. However, it is also noteworthy that fiber intolerance is always different for different people. For some, it might worsen the symptoms, while for others, it may cause no problems at all.