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11. 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.
Very cold drinks. 18. Ovaltine. 19. ‘Anything’. 20. Tomato juice. The researchers highlighted the fact that co̝ee was by far the most common drink perceived to cause digestive problems. This is probably because the ca̝eine in co̝ee stimulates gut contractions. EAT TO EASE IBS 57 Drinks IBS su̝erers ̞nd most helpful The top 20 most helpful drinks were: 1. Water. 2. Weak tea. 3. Herbal tea. 4. Fruit juice. 5. Alcohol. 6. Milk. 7. Hot chocolate, cocoa and malted milk drinks. 8. Tonic and soda water.
Five randomized placebo-controlled trials demonstrated that probiotics are especially good for reducing wind and bloating. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), probiotics are ‘live micro-organisms which, when administered in adequate amounts, confer a health bene̞t on the host’. For foods to be described as probiotic, the WHO says they must have these properties: EAT TO EASE IBS 49 • A su̠cient number of ‘good’ bacteria that remain alive and active until the end of the shelf-life of the product.