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Tips for Healthy Eating

Ensuring you're eating a healthy and balanced diet is the equivalent of doing background checks to start your digestive investigation with a good foundation.

 

Watch the following videos to find out more about about healthy eating strategies, fibre and the macronutrients (carbs, fats and proteins), all through the lens of IBS.

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Healthy Eating Strategies

Ensure you're eating a healthy and balanced diet to start your IBS detective work off on the right foot.  You may even find that paying attention to what and how you eat may alleviate some of your symptoms.

Watch the following video for tips, as well as suggestions for making positive change.

Fibre and IBS

Fibre is an important part of a healthy diet and good for much more than just keeping you regular. 

Fibre is also often recommended as a treatment for IBS.  But not all fibre is created equal.  

 

Watch these videos to learn more about the importance of fibre and its possible impact on IBS symptoms

Fibre and IBS: Understanding Fibre

Fibre is one of the trickiest things to figure out when you're doing your IBS digestive detective work. Find out more about what fibre is, its importance to overall health and how it can impact IBS symptoms.

Fibre and IBS: Tips and Recommendations 

Put what you learned in the video "Understanding Fibre" into practice.  Find out more about fibre recommendations, if you should up your fibre intake and how to do it if you have IBS.

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Carbohydrates and IBS

Carbohydrates are a big part of a healthy diet, but too many can be problematic.  They can also have an impact on IBS symptoms in a number of ways.

Watch these videos to learn more about the importance of carbs and their relation to IBS.

Carbs and IBS: Understanding Carbs

We need carbs to survive, but balance is key. Find out more about carbs, their importance to overall health and how they can impact IBS symptoms.

Carbs and IBS: Tips and Recommendations

Put what you learned in the video "Understanding Carbs" into practice.  Find out more about recommendations and smart carb strategies.

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Fats and IBS

Dietary fats are part of a healthy diet, but with fats both quantity and quality matter.  Many IBS sufferers feel that eating fats can make their symptoms worse.

Watch these videos to learn more about dietary fats and their relation to IBS.

Fats and IBS: Understanding Fats

We need dietary fats, but they are a balancing act.

Find out more about fats, their importance to overall health and how they can impact IBS symptoms.

Fats and IBS: Tips and Recommendations

Put what you learned in the video "Understanding Fats" into practice.  Find out more about recommendations and smart fat strategies.

Proteins and IBS

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Dietary proteins are necessary for a healthy diet, but balance is key - not too little and not too much.  Protein by itself is not known to affect IBS symptoms.  But food is rarely just protein, so it's important to consider the whole "protein package".

Watch these videos to learn more about dietary proteins and their relation to IBS.

Protein and IBS: Understanding Protein

We need dietary proteins, but they are a balancing act.

Find out more about proteins, their importance to overall health and possible impact on IBS symptoms.

Protein and IBS: Tips and Recommendations

Put what you learned in the video "Understanding Protein" into practice.  Find out more about recommendations and smart protein strategies.

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Vitamins, Minerals and IBS

Vitamins and minerals are vital for good health.  They are involved in growth and development, as well as the proper functioning of every cell and system in your body, including digestion.

Watch the following video to find out more about them and their role in IBS management.

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