Miguel Toribo-Mateas explores the link between diet and IBS and the impact of diet and ibs symptoms
Many of my patients come to see me to try and figure out how or why their diet appears to be affecting their irritable bowel syndrome symptoms.
To manage your IBS, you need to start at the beginning and ask yourself - ‘what is it that’s making me feel this way?’ There are many factors that can upset the balance of both your gut health and life, and often these are interlinked.
Suffering from stomach cramps, flatulence, feeling a bit bloated or needing urgent trips to the bathroom?
If you are suffering from any of these symptoms, you may be wondering if you are suffering from irritable bowel syndrome, commonly known as IBS.
When suffering from irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), little everyday tasks can seem like a struggle and the last thing you may want to do is exercise. The discomfort can often hold you back and make your life feel out of balance.
In their video series "De-Juice" in partnership with VSL#3, Lisa and Alana Macfarlane (The Mac Twins) learn about the hierarchy of evidence and attempt to break down four scientific paper for you in a couple of digestible minutes!
Covering studies on the benefits of probiotics and fibre to findings in IBS and the gut/brain axis, Lisa and Alana will tell you what the leading scientists have uncovered... in PLAIN ENGLISH