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Treat constipation and bloating (irritable bowel) on keto or low carb by avoiding FODMAPs and fibre.

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HealthDay Reporter FRIDAY, Aug. 7, 2015 (HealthDay News) There’s little evidence that eliminating certain types of carbohydrates from their diet will benefit people with irritable bowel syndrome. The types of carbohydrates eliminated in this diet are found in wheat, onions, legumes, milk, honey, apples, high-fructose corn syrup, and the artificial sweeteners sorbitol and mannitol. Some guidelines suggest that a low FODMAP diet might be appropriate for IBS patients who have had no success with other treatments.

The types of carbohydrates eliminated in this diet are found in wheat, onions, legumes, milk, honey, apples, high-fructose corn syrup, and the artificial sweeteners sorbitol and mannitol. Some guidelines suggest that a low FODMAP diet might be appropriate for IBS patients who have had no success with other treatments. Cutting Certain Carbs Might Not Ease Irritable Bowel Syndrome, There’s little evidence that eliminating certain types of carbohydrates from their. There’s little evidence that eliminating certain types of carbohydrates from their diet will benefit people with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), a new study finds.

The researchers looked at the published studies on a specific diet called the low FODMAP diet. There is very little evidence to recommend avoiding certain types of dietary carbohydrate, known as the FODMAP diet, to ease the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome, or IBS for short, concludes a review of the available data in Drug and Therapeutics Bulletin (dtb). There is very little evidence to recommend avoiding certain types of dietary carbohydrate, known as the FODMAP diet, to ease the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome. Very little evidence for cutting out certain carbs to ease irritable bowel to ease the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome, or IBS for short, long term effects might be, are unclear, says. Your doctor may recommend that you try a special diet—called the low FODMAP diet—to reduce or avoid certain foods that contain carbohydrates that are hard to digest.

These carbohydrates are called FODMAPs. Examples of foods that contain FODMAPs include. certain carbs called fodmaps are a problem for people with irritable bowel syndrome (ibs). these carbs aren’t absorbed by the small intestine.

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Many patients with IBS find the avoidance of certain short chain carbohydrates such as FODMAPs, lactose and fructose helps with symptom control.

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While there is no specific diet that has been proven to reduce the manifestations of chronic bowel conditions, new research is indicating that restricting short-chain carbohydrates (FODMAP foods) can be effective in reducing symptoms such bloating, flatus and abdominal pain (Barrett, 2013).

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However, a study by Biesiekierski et al. reported even better symptom relief in IBS patients with a diet restricting poorly absorbed carbohydrates unrelated to gluten intake [19].

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Excess amounts of carbohydrates and fermentable fiber in the colon can cause increased gas production, abdominal distention, bloating, pain, flatulence, decreased colonic pH, and diarrhea.

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Elsevier Health Sciences, 2020

Recent studies show that certain carbohydrate containing foods that include highly fermentable carbohydrates in the presence of gut bacteria actually exacerbate IBS symptoms (Mullins et al, 2014).

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For decades I have been urging my patients both to restrict carbohydrates (if they are overweight) and to consume more fiber.

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Simon & Schuster, 1998

Many patients with IBS find the avoidance of certain short chain carbohydrates such as lactose and fructose helps with symptom control.

“Clinical Naturopathic Medicine E-Book” by Leah Hechtman
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by Leah Hechtman
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These mixed results suggest that individualized dietary counseling and recommendations for fiber intake are needed in patients with IBS.

“Medical Nutrition and Disease: A Case-Based Approach” by Lisa Hark, Darwin Deen, Gail Morrison
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But a study published in the journal Nutrients found that IBS patients put on a low-FODMAP diet experienced significantly less abdominal pain and bloating than patients who received a high-FODMAP diet, even when gluten was present in the diet.

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I have noticed in my Mag-carb patients that they often suffer extreme constipation and total inactivity of their bowels, with absolutely no urge to pass a stool when they are avoiding making decisions.

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  • So you never got to what pain relief can be offered for spastic:as you well know the horrible pain on either side of your: causing horrible painwhy can’t the doctor say we have medication for spasms it’s all over the internet but the doctor wouldn’t dare mention medications we can give patients to control spasms thank you for no information

  • Brilliant video, Carrie! Thank you for speaking clearly and from an educated perspective too! about all those myths, fads and downright lies we are constantly confronted with in the media. The word “detox” alone is enough to make me cringe (on a good day) and I am outraged every time a blogger/ vlogger advertises another fast or cleanse because surprise they have a cooperation with a brand that offers a 10-day juice fast for a million euros plus and arm and a leg only. I wonder: Do they actually think it works or are they badly misusing their status as an influencer? Alice xx

  • I’ve had IBS for three years. As well as chronic fatigue syndrome and I just feel extremely tired and bloated and generally horrible all of the time. I don’t feel any pain though just almost constant bloating and my gut just doesn’t feel right, I often hear it digesting my food at night. I just feel so miserable as I can’t do anything anymore.:( I will do anything to make it better. I will try the supplements that you have put in the description and see if they help. I currently take peppermint tablets but they don’t seem to help much.

    Thanks for making this video and I hope I am deafly one else who is suffering from this problem gets better soon. �� Otherwise if I don’t I might have to switch to liquid food!

  • My personal IBS hell started when I had my gallbladder removed, 10 years ago. So sick of it. But somehow I’m still fat. How the heck am I still fat when everything I eat goes right through me?!

  • Well, issues I was having diarrhea(poop use to look very thin like it is squeezed or different than normal diarrhea, it was weird) straight after pooping my stomach use to bloated like a lady who is 7 months old pregnant. It made me feel weak, not able to concentrate, gave me anxiety (panic attacks kinda feeling), sometimes feels like my brain wasn’t getting enough oxygen, my mood been always irritated (which affected my relationship with my parents and my g.f) and skin problems(head scalp also)….. thing which is working for me is CURD (an Indian yogurt kinda thing) which you can make it home there should video on youtube for sure about how to make it(my mum makes it for me). Or if not then drink probiotic it is effective too but I would say curd is the best since it is homemade, cheap, and effective. Yogurt is usually sweet and you might wanna avoid that, bad bacterias like sweetener. Curd itself doesn’t taste so great so you can add some jaggery which is naturally made by sugarcane. Mix it up and eat it. Now don’t eat too much (about under >500g) and you should eat apples and pineapple they are very fiber source… Hope this will help ��

  • Thx so much for your videos! I feel i m the only onewho has been experiencing embarrassing and painful ibs mixed it comes and goes. I m very sporty, don’t smoke or drink, hardly ingest any sugar and have been careful about all that for many years. My family and some friends think i should start eating more digestible proteins such as fish and chicken. I m looking forward to checking out your food recommendations as you are vegan. But, i don’t know about certain low fodmap foods like oranges, grapes and mint tea those foods tend to burn my stomach especially when i have been digesting a little too much… everybody’s situation is different i guess but it s hard on our spirit sometimes… thx for sharing your experiences!

  • my stomach issues started after I had a hernia operation and complication couldn’t eat for about 4 months lost lots of weight looked sexy, but was scared I was dying. So God told me to go back to eating baby food. Basically anything I could blend up I ate. Then my stomach healed. Now I have to go back. my stomach is bloating tighting and I am now eating IBS style. Blended broccoli with avocado and waters sprinkled on top of chopped spinach.

  • I’m 15 and I always have cramps, gas, bloated, and have diarrhoea. I always have to go to the toilet. I’m not sure if I have IBS. I’m scared to tell my mum.

  • They’re laughing but I just spent two hours crying because my stomach was burning non-stop. Glad its a joke to yall. But other than that, thank you for the information.

  • Wow what a terrible video from health professionals. What next, laughing about breast cancer because they’re referring to boobs? I usually wouldn’t wish IBS on anyone but I feel I would make an exception here.

  • This was great, I’ve been looking for “ibs trigger foods” for a while now, and I think this has helped. Ever heard of Mackorny Defeat IBS Blueprint (do a search on google )? Ive heard some super things about it and my neighbour got amazing success with it

  • I’m going to throw something out there. Try insoluble fibre and reduce soluble fibres. I love my leafy greens but they may be contributing to my bloating.

  • thanks for this video. I’ve been dealing with chronic inflammatory skip lesions in my small intestine for years and it’s been by far the biggest trouble in my life even compared to all of the other bullshit that I have to go through like everybody else. even if you’ve already heard and tried it all, sometimes you just need a well-edited video to make you feel understood and like you’re not alone. may all beings be happy.

  • Excellent…and intermittent fasting is very good idea, I have IBS issues and fast as often as I can, your vid was very informative. Thanks!

  • People say eggs are trigger food/ high FODMAP. This is not true, if eggs bother you that’s a personal food irritant. It’s unrelated to ibs. On-top of that I can see you eating high FODMAP trigger foods during your elimination diet. Just make sure you are looking up the foods and portions before eating them, as that much avocado is a trigger in itself. Stay safe everyone!

  • This was great, thanks, been searching for “relief for ibs pain” for a while now, and I think this has helped. You ever tried Mackorny Defeat IBS Blueprint (Have a quick look on google cant remember the place now )? Ive heard some amazing things about it and my mate got cool results with it

  • Cheers for the Video! Apologies for chiming in, I would love your initial thoughts. Have you heard the talk about Weyannah Reyharlotte Method (do a google search)? It is a great exclusive guide for getting rid of IBS and irritable colon Immediately minus the hard work. Ive heard some awesome things about it and my friend Sam after a lifetime of fighting got cool results with it.

  • I was too having ibs from about 6 months �� but….. Now it’s fine.I used 3 tbsp wheat grass juice once a day and aloe vera juice 5 tbsp thrice a day. it will permanently cure it. God bless you ��❤️

  • That’s not an Elimination diet. Well, not an AIP Elimination diet. Maybe the IBS one is more forgiving. I’m on the AIP one and it’s far harder: no potatoes, grains or pseudo grains, seeds, black pepper etc. And oatmeal like that with more than a token of fruit AND honey is definitely a no-non. Its a bummer.

  • Wow I feel I might have ibs I haven’t been diagnosed which is really bad idk but everything I’m experiencing I believe that’s what I have my mid section under my breast hurt really bad nights sometimes mornings. It make me so sad because I don’t know what to eat my whole life I’ve pretty much have ate everything nothing healthy at all. I’m 34 and I’ve been having this problem for almost 2 years but has recently gotten worse. ��

  • I highly suggest researching SIBO ( small intestinal bacterial overgrowth) I had IBS and SIBO 30 years ago and I still have bouts of it. I went to school for nutrition and earned a Masters in Nutrition because I needed answers. SIBO was not known back then so it was a struggle to get the right diagnosis. I now have 20 years of experience and the research shows that 70% of IBS sufferers have SIBO, so taking fibre and lactose based probiotics make the condition worse. Please feel free to email me as digestion is my key focus in my practice.

  • Mom suffers from IBS and feels really bad, especially after bowel movement. ( Bloating, gas, diarrhea every time) Do you guys feel the same and what do you do to feel better?

  • My take know what food hurts you. Eliminate those from your diets. Do Pranayam n other light Yoga exercises. Avoid tea cofffee and alcohol. You will feel much much better every day specially with Pranayam since IBS caused mainly due to stress and depression or fear of something

  • Great channel! So glad I found this, I’m thinking of starting this because doctors have not been able to give any good advice for my digestive issues, and I’m vegan already. It’s frustrating that there’s so much false advice out there especially on popular channels.

  • i have severe ulcerative colitis and i had someone tell me i dont have to worry about my diet but try and eat more dairy and just avoid fats.

  • I having ibs and gastritis since june!!! So i tired it. whenever occured i will start panic and depression!! I often cried! I cannot take it anymore

    but my doctor said me don’t worry because i having anxiety and depression before T-T Does anyone else here feel like me.

  • I have multiple gut and digestive disorders and see a specialist, she said water with meals and smaller bites help with the digestion. I wish you well

  • This is demotivating. So much for an apple a dah. I get that it could be only one of the foods causing the problem. And I can add others in. I’m concerned about cholesterol, and I’m now a practicing vegetarian, trying to increase my leafy green vegetable (cruciferous), increase fiber, and eat fresh. One of the most counterintuitive things I’ve heard, but research seems to be accurate. But really??? No kale? Watermelon? Avocado? Onion? I don’t love potatoes and i hate rice. I need to meditate or something.

  • This is a very good layout for stomach recovery from bad diet. In Russia, the doctors assigned exactly this therapy without antibiotics and bunch of pills.

  • Any one tested out the Custokebon Secrets (google it)? We’ve noticed several awesome things about this popular lose weight methods.

  • In other words they do not know what causes it, and they have no definitive way to treat it. It is all trial and error, a shot in the dark with no real cure.

  • I read many people keep on speaking about Custokebon Secrets. But Im not sure if it is good. Have you ever try this popular weight loss methods?

  • IBS makes it so difficult to do anything.:( stomach cramps and it’s so embarrassing when with friends / partners / at important events / etc.

  • I haven’t diagnosed with IBS yet due to covid. I have the symptomps of feeling of urgency when it occurs. More often my poop’s texture would be like diarrhea and the most worst part is the pain. Since I’m in 8th grade I have been experiencing it and it becames worst for it occurs more often in each passing years. I’m in tertiary college (2nd year) before i would experience it for like once in every 2-3 months but now I kinda like experience it twice or thrice a month. It’s really depressing as it can alter me. I’m always afraid to go outside because of the feeling of anytime I would be needing a restroom. Another thing is that, I’m scared that I might have something that is more serious health condition than IBS itself. Can someone please give me some tips? for the meantime since hospitals doesn’t accept this kind of conditions due to covid. Did someone overcome it?

  • Anxiety manifests itself in the gut and in my case causes IBS and back pain but never at the same time. It’s a self defense mechanism the mind and body uses to take one out of harms way. Look up Dr John Sarno and TMS. Most docs don’t have a clue about the mental side of IBS so most focus on diet, etc. I’ve tried everything over the years and found my relief comes from a very strict meditation regime, deep breathing, muscle relaxation and CBD oil.

  • What’s hilarious is the cause of IBS is unknown and the fact that she said he’s an expert in IBS is a crock. Giving a diagnosis of IBS just means “I’m a lazy doctor, and I don’t want to go the full distance to find the cause of your intestinal distress, so here’s your IBS diagnosis”. I’ve seen it first hand with dozens of doctors. It’s pure laziness.

  • I can see that ur navel is displaced to left side and u suffer from diarrhoea and stomach pain and bloating. The left shoulder is downside. I can help u become normal and eat everything. Hope u will try me

  • i have been having post covid stomach tightness and pains that started from a caffeine drink. started taking digestive aid. immediate changes. been thinking on post covid fatigue and the need for nutrients but now im considering gut inflammation triggered by the over active reaction to caffeine. its been about 10 days. gonna def start looking at what i cant tollerate. narrow it down. what food do you find is the best for calming the gut acids?

  • I jave had ibs for about 7 months now and i can assure you i jave never felt a more intense pain. And bc of all the pain and forced diarreha i have now develept hemroids….21 btw livinin it up!

  • Cheese/dairy has been the primary culprit for my IBS flare-ups. But i’m going to try this diet anyway just long enough to build up my digestive health.

  • Idk if i have ibs but it first start with a diarrhea(I’m allergic to spicy food) then my stomach start hurting but there is no more diarhea and when i’m anxious the pain get worst.it been a week and my pain still here

  • This was great, been searching for “ibs and constipation” for a while now, and I think this has helped. Have you ever come across Mackorny Defeat IBS Blueprint (do a google search )? Ive heard some extraordinary things about it and my partner got great results with it

  • I won’t pass a stool for about 4 days sometimes and I get so bloated and stomach is rock hard I wake up like that and won’t eat for days.

  • This is glorious, been searching for “ibs constipation” for a while now, and I think this has helped. Have you ever come across Mackorny Defeat IBS Blueprint (Have a quick look on google cant remember the place now )? Ive heard some incredible things about it and my m8 got cool results with it

  • Another great video!
    Complete water fasting can also be really dangerous when you starve, your body is under metabolic stress and when you start eating again your body quickly uses up already low electrolyte levels, which can cause major cardiac, respiratory and metabolic problems.

  • Tell me what is funny about constant diarrhea and not making it to the bathroom in time having to shower change clothes become a toilet detective At every place you go —The pain of cramps is nothing in comparison to the debilitating life style affects — IBS causes stress and depression— The lack of treatment and knowledge of this condition only deepens the daily life of those affected— my IBS began immediately when I started my period — yet I’ve heard of no research on hormonal effects oregano oil has helped more than anything I’ve tried

  • Can someone help me. I’m not sure what’s wrong with my stomach I get indigestion ( churning stomach, a change in my stool, belching, passing gas, sometimes nausea) but it comes and goes it may come for a couple weeks or days goes away for a period of time then come back again. After I’m kinda scared to eat cuz i don’t want my stomach to hurt this all started in July after a rlly bad period but Iv had a period since and it was normal

  • I’m currently going to take a food sensitivity test to see why I’m always bloated and what I’m sensitive too.. it’s upsetting because I have low self esteem with my weight since I’m always super bloated after I eat food.. �� it makes me struggle with weight loss.. I always wake up with a bloated stomach and feeling super fat! I’m anxious to start my elimination diet

  • When I went against my intuition and started eating more “unhealthy” food things got better. Vegan food was a disaster. Made the problems 10 times worse. Now I eat mostly fat and meat with almost no vegetables at all. Just some sauerkraut to get the vitamins and maybe a tomato now and then. I drink less coffee. This can make you constipated but in the morning I usually have soured milk with psyllium husk. I try to avoid carbs and cellulose. Soluble fiber are not as aggressive to your tummy.

  • When I have GERD, I take medication like omeprazole (a PPI drug to reduce stomach acid) then after a while, I will experience IBS. I am also lactose intolerant. Will your diet be applicable for me?

  • Someone needs to address the lack of empathy with both of these individuals! Especially on a clinic video. The immaturity is unbelievable!

  • My ibs was non-existent when I stopped eating meat. After 3 years I started to eat meat again and I’ve been bloated and in extreme pain all over again. I think Meat, dairy and sugar flare ibs for sure.

  • My poor 27-year-old son with IBS has tried so many things, but the only thing that is showing promise is a carnivore diet. He discovered this accidentally by himself, by trial and error, and then found a lot of info on the internet, so he decided to try it for 30 days. He’s on day six now and it’s looking promising. First effect was a normal stool the second day, then his pain reduced, and his face lost its look of rosacea. I feel for all of you who are suffering with this.

  • Hi! Interesting videos and it’s nice to see someone who leans on clinical science in their presentation.
    I would like to address your statement on fasting: 2:50
    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/17078771/
    Fasting is a millennia-old practice for a good reason. Furthermore, it remains unclear on what you’ve based your observations that fasting is just starving the body and that there aren’t specific processes when the body is in “starvation mode”. I invite you to challenge and research your beliefs before presenting them to the world as there are many people who will not think twice before taking your advice. Hopefully, you don’t mind being reminded that as your channel grows, your responsibility grows every misinformed statement you produce will be projected on an even wider audience than the previous one.
    Scrutiny and thought always go hand in hand, otherwise you get cognitive dissonance:)
    All the best and thank you for sharing your experience and knowledge.

  • Why would Tracy McRae be offended by the statement that IBS may be more common in women? ( 18:52).
    Would she be offended too that breast cancer is more prevalent in women?

    Another example of feminist over-reaction to a simple, innocent statement from a male who is just stating the truth.

  • I have just came back from visit at my local doctor and he said stress can contribute to symptopms being more noticable.
    It seems that this is another fast and modern lifestyle illness.
    I think what you eat it can also add up to this.Eat less food with lactoze and gluten.Also coffee makes guts enviornment more acidic.
    I am slowly changing my eating habits and hopefully will improve.
    I have also been told that I did not drink enough water daily.That means your digestive system works harder.

  • Before I knew what I had was IBS I would blame the food and say it was bad or it wasn’t cooked properly but I spoke to my doctor and I’m 19 I didn’t know that this would change my life ��. I was a huge fan of spices I’m Mexican �� and it’s so hard to not eat my moms food because it was all Spicy. I don’t eat any dairy so saying bye to chocolate milk was hard!!! But I try and stay on track because it’s so painful in my gut and then I remember I would cry at times because it would hurt as stool passed and burned I would sweat, I was going through bloating episodes all the time, I was always tired and unmotivated it was affecting my academics and I do want to be healthy and happy and I know these are the steps I need to take to better my gut and be happy. Thank you so much for sharing the probiotics and enzymes I’m going to research and find some that suit me ❤️����

  • I love how the hosts laugh, like you wouldn’t be laughing if you were trying not to crap yourself every time you had a flare up in public. Also if you haven’t tried calcium try it! I had ibs BAD and tried the meds nothing worked. Calcium literally regulates my bowels and helps have normal bowel movements! So all my fellow sufferers try it! Calcium tablets from the store, in the vitamin section!

  • This video has been so helpful in organizing the food groups, what I find on the internet is quite confusing. I’ve watched this video 4 times over the past few days while I’m getting started on this FODMAP diet, it’s a great reference! Thank you!!

  • My son was recently diagnosed after years of suffering. Gastroenterologist put him on a low fodmap diet. He says his stomach was a 5 before and is now 7 out of 10 but he has complained a couple times that his stomachs hurts. He doesn’t seem to do corn well even though its low fodmap. Do you recommend a better way to find out what foods bother him rather than just low fodmap. Its been 4 weeks in and was thinking he should be feeling better than a 7 at this far along so wondering if something non low fodmap is also to blame? He seems to not feel good after low fodmap tacos

  • Nice video, thank you for sharing! I can eat avocado every once in a while and can only handle one at a time, other wise it gives me stomach pains for a long time in the day… yesterday i ate a salad that included a whole avocado and then today i did the same thing and it hurt my stomach for 2 hours or so… Considering trying fodmap or something… i have tried vegan twice but didnt have a good experience both times. I’ve also eaten raw meat before (cooked as well)(only grass fed or locally raised) and none of that hurts me ever. Also funny about eggs is that i cant eat them if theyre not locally raised at all… when i eat locally raised, I’m all good.

  • Living with IBD my whole life I’m only 22. I’m in extremely amounts of pain
    They talk about this so lightly.
    IBD can make me depressed because there is no fix. I don’t know how many doctors I have to see to get some relief..

  • Living in a country like philippines with this kind of condition would be a great dissapointment and embarassment. This serves a challenge for me as a student. At some point of time this will occur suddenly at any place (it happen most often in my school) one thing I’ve learned from it is that, you have to be honest on people you are going to encounter. Let them know about this kind of condition and how serious it is. By now, everytime it attacks I don’t feel ashamed or embarassed anymore since they understand me and what’s important for me is that i need the relief which is provided after you make the thing. Although the pain can really alter me the fact that it’s unpredictable at any time, but what is more important is we are alive and we have the chance to eat healthy foods which is kind of effective to me. It lessen the frequency of my symptomps although it’s not entirely gone. I really hope that someday, there would be a proper treatment for this which can treat this condition forever. ❣️

  • Yay someone calling out all the bullshit you read online. I can’t believe people without ibs have celery juice never mind us ibs sufferers, I think most of the time they feel better due to their improved fluid intake. And the others are all true for me too, I’m really sensitive to charcoal (rash on face after a sheet mask) and a water fast sounds horrendous. Skipping meals actually makes my ibs worse so no water fasting for me!

  • Ibs meditation by Michael Sealy. Hoping the last name is spelled correct. I have had IBS C for a year. Feel like U need to use it and can’t go. Have discomfort in the colon if needing to go. Bloating and gass. Since eating rasin bran cereal everyday I use the restroom more often. This helped me more than meditation. Listen to meditation thid help calms things.

  • This was great, thanks, been searching for “can ibs be cured” for a while now, and I think this has helped. Have you heard people talk about Mackorny Defeat IBS Blueprint (do a search on google )? Ive heard some amazing things about it and my co-worker got excellent success with it

  • Avocado, ripe banana, and blackberries are considered high FODMAP… low FODMAP diet are better for IBS. Eggs, dark chocolate, and nuts is typically considered good for IBS.

    Not drinking during meals is interesting, since the intestines pulls and retains water causing bloating.

    Kimchi might have probiotics but because it’s fermented and is spicy might not be so good for you.

  • Idk if I have this but yesterday I had terrible abdominal pain that lasted for about 12 hours. I stayed up until 5 trying to go to sleep but I never could because of how much pain I was in. Ive been having abdominal pain here and there but nothing as bad as the one I just had. I can barely walk it still hurts just from yesterday. I have also been having constipation diarrhea and nausea

  • I have IBS. I cut out dairy, red meat and most gluten and I feel so much better. I went from having pain everyday to a only having pain a few times a week

  • I have IBS. I’ve had diarrhea for two weeks now. Can you compile recipes that might help. I have trouble eating anything at all.
    Thank you…love from Singapore!

  • A lot of people think they have Ibs but it may be an infection and some infections are actually through the brain btw if u don’t want ur body like to hurt eat rice has no effects drink water slowly and avoid any diary products but tbh rice is probably the best it gives u no symptoms and if it hurts make ur body numb by sitting in a place for a long time and I promise u it will go away unless it’s really bad

  • Mayo Clinic is a joke. I don’t have IBS myself, but I do suffer from a similar condition that’s unknown. The personnel are cruel. They tried to put me in their psychiatric ward in 2008. These laughing doctors are just showing their true colours.

  • Hi, just watched you video, I’m suffering from similar pain and wind in my abdominal area, so I think it’s it’s as it’s happened 3-4 in the last few weeks. Thanks so much for all of your diet tips. I hard part for me is working out what foods are causing the problem. I hope get well soon, take care and thanks again. God bless.

  • I have ibs since I was 15 why tf see they laughing do you know how embarrassing it is not being able to finish your meal because you have to go to the bathroom because you’re having a flareup if you knew how bad the pain was you wouldn’t make fun of it

  • I legit looked this up while having a severe pain episode and dude hearing them laugh made me die inside a little without just addressing the issue. Wtf is this click bait.

  • Methadone. <<<Idc what anybody says it works for me and it’s free where I live and I got my life back no more worrying about excruciating pain, cramps, diarrhea, using an entire roll of toilet paper, ect ect.

  • I need help on what to eat during school, I also have a nervous tummy along with a little bit of lactose intolerance and when I eat a banana in the morning and sit all day and eat a couple of bread my stomach hurts so bad and I start to have gas and bloating and my stomach would make loud noises, I honestly don’t know what to do since school is about to be here and I need some help for my food problem on what to eat in the morning, during my classes, lunch, and a little something for after.

  • It really sucks that everything I fucking eat annoys my stomach. People think I am a too much but they don’t have any idea how hard is to feel like shit everyday,

  • You should do the gut test called “GI Map” it’s the Mercedes Benz of gut test. Your general practitioner Dr won’t know what it is… you need to see a Integrative Dr. Google GI Mapfind a Dr. This test is like 20 test in one. You could actually cure yourself with the results… For exampleyou mentioned taking probiotics. Taking them could give you the probiotic you don’t need to repair your gut. (Waste time + money) The GI Map test will tell you which products your missing, if you have too much bad bacteria, parasites, viruses, and your inflammation markers. Etc… It’s really a cutting edge test. It has a bunch of other gut marker test, but I don’t remember right now. Really, this test will pin point “exactly” what’s wrong with your gut. And tell you about your food. allergies. Check it out!

  • I have been doing a version of the Fodmap for IBS and multiple intolerances:
    -no cruciferous veggies(intolerance)
    -No breads or gluten(intolerance)
    -no eggs(intolerance)
    -No dairy (intolerance)
    -no added sugar or high sugar items
    -no fried foods
    -no beans
    -no carbonated stuff(makes me gassy)
    Etc
    It has helped a LOT. I get a lot of gas pains and EXCESSIVE embarrassingly stinky gas if I don’t cut these foods out (think farting 50+ times a day). I am not afraid to admit it at this point.
    I eat:
    -rice, quinoa, millet, corn meal, oatmeal
    -spinach, squash, pumpkin, sweet potatoes, carrots, a bit of kale, tomatoes, bell peppers, a bit of garlic here and there, lettuce, pickles, olives
    -meat, poultry, fish and occasionally tofu which I use as a ricotta substitute
    -non-dairy cheeses
    -bannanas, strawberries, blackberries, plantains, raspberries, cranberries, cantelope, grapefruit
    -sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, hemp seeds and sesame seeds
    -small amounts of coffee, tea, flavored water, diet juices and so on

  • When my IBS was at its absolutely worst, to the point where I felt that I couldn’t enjoy eating at all anymore because I was always afraid of what it would do to me, I went on this diet strictly and it healed my gut. I didn’t have to stay on it forever. I now know that, the more I can avoid these foods, the better I feel. If I am going to indulge in one of them, I am able to choose when and where so I am prepared for the consequences. Some of you see this information as oppressive but I see it as empowering because, when I found out about FODMAPS, I was finally able to eat without pain and control how I felt.

  • Very helpful and easy to understand. I like that you put this in laymen’s terms that make sense to the nonmedical people. Thank you.

  • My 5 year old girl eat a healthy diet, she never had junk food or sugary food and she is super active but I don’t understand why her tummy is big����

  • I’m surprised one of the 1st things you don’t cut out is sugars, sugars are normally one of the main reasons of flare ups they feed all bad bacteria in the gut but i do agree with cutting out milk,eggs and gluten too

  • I suffer from IBS-C and while I drink herbal tea to conquer GERD/acid reflux. I need to take laxatives every day in order to stay regular. I would do anything to prevent the extreme back and belly pain that comes with constipation.

  • It is very painful. I pray that it will leave each person’s body on here. Dairy, soft drinks and greasy foods will cause it. Not having enough fiber or drinking enough water. H. pylori is dominate in gut. So probiotics are needed for stomach issues. Thanks for your video.

  • I hear a lot of people keep on talking about Custokebon Secrets. But Im not sure if it’s good. Have you ever tried using this popular fat burn method?

  • I make tea and drink all day long it help me a lot 6 glas of water 2 tablespoon fennel seed 3 cardamom boil 15 minute low heat drink many time I drink with my meal it help a lot

  • hi everyone,if anyone else trying to find out treat ibs try Stomach oracle omnibus (do a search on google )? Ive heard some incredible things about it and my friend got great success with it.

  • Also sorry but I don’t trust any type of supplements. Most of us should be able to heal through food. Supplements aren’t realistically dependable in my opinion. I think most supplements are just a way for people to spend their money to add also. Just my opinions though.

  • Loved your video and the information sounds reliable since it’s of your own experience. I just wonder if your problems have something to do with the cat? Have you checked this option?

  • I was thinking the exact same thing, why are the host joking about this? Nothing about this is funny. It’s painful, it sucks the energy out of you and causes one to miss work and enjoy daily life.

  • I feel pain and discomfort everyday, more severe in the morning and can feel even worse after a movement. Nausea, headaches, I am 6ft and stuggle to stay above 160 pounds. I have sensitivity to things that I previously could enjoy. Anxiety amd depression through the roof. This “syndrome” has cost me jobs, and lovers. Hope people take this more seriously.

  • People in the comments are overreacting. Hosts are just doing their job and trying to keep the subject light for the general audience.

  • It was mentioned, but presenters failed to discuss prescribed medications. It also failed to discuss how patients often get caught in chronic OTC medications, which can exacerbate IBS symptoms.

  • I have IBS and it’s the worst especially when I go out to eat! A lot of restaurants or fast food places don’t specify which of their dishes are gluten/dairy free. As for your elimination trick, it helped me find out that I’m sensitive to gluten! Despite cutting out all dairy, I was still having a negative reaction and then I realized the problem was all the bread and pasta I was eating.

  • Would this work too for Left sided colitis I believe I may have that, The left side of my abdomen burns.And it’s been painful.I’m also having a hard time differentiating Colitis,Ibs,And chrons disease Since there symptoms sound so similar

  • Yes, I think the recent celery juice trend has probably been popularised by a man known as the medical medium, Anthony Wiliam, though he’s a New York Times best seller, he gets his ideas from talking to “spirit”, so basically you’ll be taking advice from a man that hears voices in his head… One good thing about him is that his solutions are generally vegan and since most of the US population is deficient in fruits and vegetables I can imagine why some people feel better following some of his advice.

  • I suffered from IBS for 5 years. Now fully cured for the last 1 year. I am ready to help. Those who are interested please call 9703626383

  • Great vid! Sounds like you nd me have similar guts. Can i ask, were you already eating reletively healthy when this problem arose? Also does your family have a history of autoimmune disease? This seems to be getting more common

  • Take it from a long time sufferer, the most important thing you can do to reduce the pain associated with IBS-C is to keep the bowel hydrated.
    When the bowel draws water out of your stools it makes the stools harder and there are two places in the bowel where hard stools have difficulty navigating. One is the bottom of the descending colon on the left side about level with the appendix and the other is where the sigmoid meets the rectum.
    Anyone who has had IBS attacks knows that when the first bowel movement finally happens it’s very often like concrete and softens more with each movement.
    The thing that caused it is the fact that you allowed yourself to get dehydrated and it’s the reason why a disproportionate number of these attacks happen on weekends when you are more active and more likely to dehydrate.
    Drink a lot of water and avoid excessive amounts of fibre in the diet.

  • Hi! I not only have IBS but I also have a very similar hyper pigmented spot in my eye. I was wondering if you had any info on that? Thank you!

  • This is just superb, been searching for “how to cure ibs permanently” for a while now, and I think this has helped. Have you ever come across Mackorny Defeat IBS Blueprint (should be on google have a look )? Ive heard some amazing things about it and my partner got amazing results with it

  • I find it so uncomfortable how the hosts are finding this so funny and they’re not trying to hide their laughter. Meanwhile this gi is so professional and formal and they’re just cracking up. The children should be removed and we should just see the gi talking. They’re so irritating and I’m just trying to learn

  • Its Part Mental health and Gut health get these two things checked,I had PTSD,Anxiety and depression,I did not know until it got to a point where I was suicidal, then was the time I got really sick and met a physicatrist and life started to get better, before a GP would prescribe ant biotics thinking it’s a infected stomach.That killed my good bacteria then I was given my mental health meds and pro biotics which made me a new person, Today I own a business now have a family and own my own house and car.

  • As specialist, I do think Custokebon Secrets is actually good way to lost lots of fat. Why don’t you give it a chance? perhaps it can work for you too.

  • Wow laughing about a condition that causes one pain and embarrassment and makes them have a low self esteem what is wrong with these people

  • Hi maam..
    Ive IBS and gluten sensitivity..
    Some time loose stool 2-3 time in a day sometimes constipation 2-3 day in once
    So what i do for live a better life..
    Now day I’m very upset..
    I’m from india soo basically here no one tell me about how to set life with ibs and gluten sensitivity..
    Plz help me…
    How to contact with you?

  • What is the best way to lost a lot of weight? I read plenty of great opinions on the net about how exactly Custokebon Secrets can help you lost lots of fat. Has any one tried using this popular fat burn diet plan?

  • I don’t regret doing the fodmap diet but man it took a toll on my mental state since I’m in college and the food there isnt low fodmap friendly

  • I’m severely depressed and have severe anxiety I feel embarrassed and debilitating on a daily basis. I cant eat anything. I feel the bathroom is the most visited room in my home. I almost feel like I do the walk of shame every time I walk out of bathroom. I’m so sad. Almost but not suicidal. I just feel so much sadness. I cant go on like this!!

  • The only criticism I have is on fasting… Fasting has been scientifically proven to improve the lifespan and even healthspan in everything from worms to mice… I feel like fasting should be used sparingly, intermittent fasting works for most people… I’ve tried 2 week fasts before, and they’re not pleasant… But they’re most certainly were health benefits, clear skin, DRASTICALLY increased mental clarity and a sense of accomplishment… (I mean I didn’t eat for 2 weeks, I was pretty proud of my willpower lol)
    Fermented foods are the foods that have helped me the most in terms of my IBS. Things like Kefir worked especially well for me.. After consuming it regularly, my IBS practically went away and I finally was able to consume dairy and meat without any problems.
    I think your gut biome needs to be different depending on the types of food you consume, you as a vegan might not need the probiotics in Kefir to assist in your digestion, but someone like me who eats plenty of cheese and meat… Probably does.
    Not everyone should fast for long periods, in fact most people might be better off sticking only to intermittent fasting… That said, fasting for several days has worked for me, and really helped push my meditation to the next level.
    Have a good day.

  • Is there a best plan to follow this diet?
    1.I will cut down consuming all the foods for 6weeks but eat only and one or two variants( for ex oats and eggs ).
    2. After 6week, I ll add one more variety into diet and consume it for 6 weeks.
    3.Remove the one added in 2 and choose another variety and consume it for 6 weeks.

    Also I guess I need to watch out for how much quantity I eat.

    Anyone had a good plan?

  • I sugest RAW cabbage and bone briths, ibs is cause by some microorganisms or leaky gut, some anti fugal anti bacteria remmedies Will work great, candida might cause it as well, avoid dairy any kind even butter, BTW 3 meals are no IF but standard, IF is 2 meals in 6 hour window minimal

  • Thank you kindly…. This is great information.. I’m having a flare up and its pretty miserable.. I’ll for sure try some of the supplements that you recommend.. Take care and have a great weekend

  • Is there any guide where all portions are indicated a part from the monarsh app? And one according to each sugars?
    I understand why celery juice made me feel worse exactly �� almost half way done on your program. It’s really well done

  • Celery juice is from the Medical Medium so you won’t find it in scientific literature. I have actually drank a lot of it and it tastes good. But I just can’t do it

  • All good information, although FODMAP’s are not the only cause of IBS and related symptoms. Fennel should not be included under bullsh*t cures, however people do need to be aware of the fodmap contents if this affects them

  • IBS is no joke… I’ve been suffering for 3 years now, low to severe, It affects the body and life massively. I hope no one gets this problem.

  • Hi there, have you considered this kind of diet plan known as the Custokebon Secrets? My buddy says it helps people lost a lot of weight. Is that possible? I also noticed numerous great review about this diet plan. Thoughts?

  • I tried a Fodmap diet which is a researched elimination diet by Monash Univ. in Australia. It includes Low rated “Fodmap” foods that are thought to irritate your bowels. Look it up. Also avocado and kimchi are high Fodmap and you can only eat 1/2 Cup of oatmeal day. I am eating a lot of brown rice and quinoa and millet in addition to bananas and strawberries. Spinach is also low as are bok choy and carrots but lots of vegetables are high in Fodmap. You can do this as a vegan too.

  • This was great, thanks, been searching for “ibs therapy” for a while now, and I think this has helped. You ever tried Mackorny Defeat IBS Blueprint (just google it )? Ive heard some decent things about it and my brother in law got amazing success with it

  • There is Scientific evidence to show that fasting periodically for 24 hours can improve your gut biome. I don’t have all the details but they are in Dr Michael Moseley’s ‘Clever Guts Diet’ book. Something to do with starving bacteria that rely on food and therefore favouring beneficial bacteria that rely on the mucus lining of the gut. This marries with my experience if I had a bad flare up I would fast for 24 hours and things usually improved for a few days thereafter. I’ve not had the need recently though since I started drinking home cultured Kefir and eating home made Sauerkraut, also recommended in the Clever Guts Diet my IBS symptoms have reduced and I’m better than I have been in 12 years.

  • Yeah I definitely have a question on why I get so bloated and I seem to always have problems going to the bathroom at the same time����‍♂️ I cut out dairy and gluten but seeing this video clear things up so I’ll see if it’ll help for sure

  • No meat…? I’ve been doing an elimination phase and all I eat is a homemade Caesar salad with grilled chicken. Granted, the dressing is from FODYS. I still have pretty bad diarrhea and in 24 hours I had 17 bowel movements. I do drink bourbon and I’m going to stop drinking for a month and see how I feel.

  • I’d love to know your thoughts on the research in the US on anti-vinculin antibodies and anti-cytolethal distending toxin B antibodies? There seems to be some recent studies suggesting that IBS is an auto-immune condition that can be detected with a blood test, possibly even detecting which type of IBS. However, I heard about this through a source which I’m not sure if I trust (Michael Ruscio’s podcast interviewing Mark Pimmental) and my GP said to be cautious about US research on IBS because of how things are funded and peer-reviewed over there.

  • Do people really do some of those things? Yikes. Just looking at the celery juice makes my stomach hurt. Activated charcoal has actually really helped me have more movements regularly while I wait for my GI appointment. Evidence or no, I swear by it. But thank you for that bit about fasting. One of the fastest ways to create an I’m balance in your body. It’s so nice to hear another vegan reiterate this.

  • Fasting is not starving yourself. I agree with everything you say, but recommend researching the benefits of fasting before naming it as starving yourself

  • Brilliant topic Carrie, I’m all about taking the B*S out of IBS! Thanks for the no nonsense info as usual. I’d love for you to share some tips on how we might easily look for the REAL science behind health claims. As someone who’s not particularly scientifically minded I wouldn’t have a clue on where or how to look for peer reviewed scientific research or how to recognise it as “credible” once I’d found it. ����

  • This is brilliant. Thanks Carrie. Nice to hear if there’s actually any proof. Thing is these days everyone thinks they are an expert when only a few have actually done the degree and masters. ��

  • Around 4-5 days my stomach clear and flush out totally
    But every after 4-5 days 1-2 days i have not my stomcah clear,and blotting,lots of gas trap continuous farting, CONSTIPATION
    Is it IBS

  • Hello there:) Thank you for this much needed video! I have a question about fennel: a lot of supplements for ” tummy troubles ” contains fennel seeds. However, I can’t seem to find precise info on whether or not those could be safe in some amount, maybe taken away from meals or something… What’s your opinion on this? ��

  • I tried celery juice for a week and NOPE! I’ve done fasting, IF, activated charcoal, salt water, enemas, juicing, raw vegan, keto, low FODMAP, praying, crying, dying ��������. Nothing has helped. I have my SiBO test this Friday. I hope it’s SIbO so I can finally eat. Even the FODMAP amount doesn’t work for me. I’ve had this since I was 9. This is my last hope.

  • The many trips and stays at hospital were ” give the bowel a rest” just boost or ensure all day. LOADED with sugar…worst hospital go to ever. Still a staple they use to this very day.

  • Time to heal my GUT! It got better but the past week it’s been a MESS and my mom recommended the elimination diet… now I’m here trying to learn all the things to do it the best ����thanks for this video��

  • Hello there, I have Gerd and have substantially cut out carbs and red meats but now I’m severely skinny. My stomach has shrank even more. I wanted to ask if you also eat red meat? Yesterday my arms were very tingly and I felt so weak, my family said I looked pale and frail and thought I might be Anemic. Besides eating red meat if you do, do you also eat any kind of beans?

  • 8:02
    so the top result from google according “water and meals” shows this:
    “There’s no concern that water will dilute the digestive juices or interfere with digestion. In fact, drinking water during or after a meal actually aids digestion. Water is essential for good health. Water and other liquids help break down food so that your body can absorb the nutrients.”

    I hate the internet…

  • One IBS “cure” I heard (and sadly tested) was apple cider vinegar-drink. The recipe was to mix 1-2 tablespoons of AVC with glass of water and that was to be consumed 2-3 times a day… ugh. Not good for anything probably and terrible for teeth.

  • Love this thanks xxx been and still am in pain today. Had bloods done today. Want to make your potatoe kale and tomato home cooked food to make me feel bette tonight. Is it simple to cook. Roasties then ad the kale and Toms to the same pan? Season olive oil too? Doc recommends buscopan today any views. Thanks

  • I enjoy drinks more than food, unfortunately when ever i drink water or any other kind of liquid it dilutes the small digestive enzymes i have.

  • Yes there is reasons to fast, all research shows that people who fast live longer and the only major medical industry that doesn’t support this is the American medical association which is insanely corrupt and we live in one of the most unhealthy countries in the world, Jews fast once a year and they have the longest life expectancy out of every group of people in America and the man who gave oaths to doctors came up with the idea of fasting and saved a man’s life who was dying by suggesting he fast.

  • Lmao this makes me wanna cry. I’ve had severe abdominal pain every single day for 2 months now and i just want it gone asap. This diet seems hard and I would not be able to commit to it for that long, no matter how hard I try

  • This is just superb, been searching for “causes of ibs symptoms” for a while now, and I think this has helped. You ever tried Mackorny Defeat IBS Blueprint (do a google search )? Ive heard some unbelievable things about it and my buddy got amazing results with it

  • I read lots of great opinions on the internet about how exactly Custokebon Secrets can help you lost tons of weight. Has any one tested out this popular lose weight secrets?

  • I’m gasy and it’s painful and I have constipation and diarrhea and sometimes nausea and it’s painful when I try and go is that’s ibs

  • Good, good work Cari, I think with lot of easy access to social media there’s lot of false information or misinformation which people don’t cross check. This is a valid point you made. Love your videos. Keep up the good work.

  • My IBS is no dairy no spices no fatty foods over 2o years now and some drinks too I just try and get on with it flare ups bloating most of the time change my diet lots of times

  • Guys if u want to avoid triggers avoid smoking being nervous eating dairy and drinking fizzy drinks eat rice drink cold water slowly and exercise i promise u if u exercise their are no symptoms also if u are out don’t eat if it means using the toilet just drink water and when u get home eat and don’t think about it and I don’t know why but when u sit still u don’t feel any of the symptoms because ur body is numb so I recommend that and if u eat outside eat rice best thing for people with ibs simple and no side effects

  • Such a useful and informative video.
    Thank you. I’m healing at the moment and some days I just don’t know what to eat. Please help by sharing more ideas for an elimation diet. I’ve already eliminated: soy, dairy, corn, nuts, gluten, grains, meat,

  • I got the FODMAP from Australia and it’s very good. Costs $10 so a good buy. It tells you all the foods that are low FODMAP. They recommend eliminating all FODMAP foods over 6 to 8 weeks. Then reintroduce foods one at a time to actually see what is affecting you.
    Did you know you can only have 1 Blackberry? I am going to trust the Australian experts as their success rate is high!

  • This was great, I’ve been looking for “how to cure ibs naturally” for a while now, and I think this has helped. Have you heard people talk about Mackorny Defeat IBS Blueprint (do a google search )? Ive heard some extraordinary things about it and my mate got cool success with it

  • I found avocado that is highly suggested in keto and high in F causes me bad symptoms and hence I agree. but things like egg and wild salmon that aren’t high in F and also suggested on keto are fine.

    good points.
    summary: when u go on keto, try to also go low FODMAP.

    Can u please speak about garlic? garlic is suggested to be great for sibo.. but is said to be very high in F. so what to do finally!!!

  • I’m also suffering from ibs for 3 years now. At the moment i’m allergic to almost everything. Its sooo hard. Because food has always been my emotional support i still eat “bad foods”, like chocolate. And i’m allergic to dairy, nuts, cocoa, eggs, some fruits and much more. Its really really hard. I hope i can get through this.

  • Pretty interesting stuff thank you for that video I was diagnosed with an abdominal obstruction and before my CAT scan in two weeks I am trying to figure out what the best things to eat.
    Do you recommend oatmeal I have been eating that I still have pain I’m trying to fast so I’m in the middle of things thanks for any suggestions.

  • Hi, I just wanted to offer some helpful criticism of your video. First off, it’s great that you’re seeking to educate people and on the whole, I think that people are better off for taking in your content.

    That said, I would challenge the way you’re presenting your conclusions. Scientific evidence may not confirm the efficacy of a particular protocol, but it doesn’t necessarily make it “bullsh*t” either. Some of these protocols simply lack large studies, and usually bodies performing these studies are very selective in where they invest time and resources. I think a more accurate claim would be, “For those that are actually receiving benefits from these protocols, we don’t have enough data as to why this is happening.” If you’re coming from a science background, I think there’s an obligation to be more rigorous with your assertions, because what you’re presenting could be a bit misleading.

    Might I suggest that rather than writing off these protocols as bullsh*t (because some have anecdotal testimonials literally in the thousands—which may not be scientific, but we should nevertheless pay close attention to why) you could tweak your presentation to be “the risks of x, y and z health trend” and put forth data on that. This way people can make an informed decision for themselves, and they’re not missing out on something that could actually be the thing for them.

    I hope you continue to hone your ability to help people through this format. Cheers.

  • Many thanks, I been tryin to find out about “does metamucil help with ibs” for a while now, and I think this has helped. Have you heard people talk about Fenjamarn Xonmily Secret (Have a quick look on google cant remember the place now )? Ive heard some unbelievable things about it and my brother in law got cool results with it.

  • It’s important to note that if you’re seeing a GI and they are going to test for Celiac’s disease they will tell you to keep eating bread until they say not to.

  • Awesome information.  So we constantly get tripped up by things.  Example-Some of the Peppermint pills started using FENNEL as a side ingredient.  Even Heathers TT pills use Fennel.  I had been getting violent episodes with them, even worse than normal and I couldn’t figure it out.  Now I know.  They also have Ginger though I suspect that’s not the problem.  Thank you.  Another one is Chamomile.  Many push it as a soothing Tea for your stomach though I think its pretty high fodmap.

  • Doctor, i followed your interview with Ivor Cummings June 2019 and iam trying to find out why my doctor has me on statins after my stent of 2014..! Ive being doing keto 8 months and reversed my type 2 diabetes and all my ldl /Tri chol are bang on.. BP normal. Lost 17kilos and feel half my age at 60. She tells me the ROSUVASTATIN iam taking is to stabilize my plaque.! My question is why and how does it and should i keep taking 10mg every second day..? Could you PLEASE HELP. South coast n.s.w.

  • This is just superb, I have been researching “chronic ibs pain” for a while now, and I think this has helped. You ever tried Mackorny Defeat IBS Blueprint (should be on google have a look )? Ive heard some extraordinary things about it and my work buddy got excellent results with it

  • Winner of a video, I been tryin to find out about “alternative treatment for ibs” for a while now, and I think this has helped. Have you heard people talk about Mackorny Defeat IBS Blueprint (do a search on google )? Ive heard some unbelievable things about it and my colleague got cool success with it