Here … a diet that helps you get rid of colon...

Here … a diet that helps you get rid of colon...
Here … a diet that helps you get rid of colon...

Irritable Bowel Syndrome is an uncomfortable intestinal disorder that causes pain for many people and is sudden changes in bowel movements.

Because of this syndrome, some people suffer from cases related to diarrhea or constipation, which causes a real problem during work or daily and usual activities.

And published newspaper “healthline” specialized in health and food, several methods or diets that would relieve colon symptoms and help to have a healthy and normal life.

Increase or decrease the amount of high-fiber foods

Fiber is one of the elements that helps the digestive system to perform its tasks and facilitates the process of digestion, absorption and movement of food in the intestine, and studies indicate that an adult person should eat foods rich in fiber, the amount of which is between 20 to 35 grams per day.

Among the foods rich in fiber, for example: fruits, vegetables and whole grains, but if you suffer from bloating due to an increase in fiber intake, try to focus only on the soluble fiber found in fruits and vegetables instead of grains.

Stay away from foods rich in gluten

“Gluten” is a protein found in grain products such as bread and pasta. This protein harms the intestines of people with gluten sensitivity and those with IBS, in such cases the gluten-free diet may reduce symptoms.

In order to avoid this substance, you should stay away from and reduce barley and wheat, and if you notice an improvement in the work of the digestive system, you can find some types of bread free of this substance.

Elimination method

This technique is based on avoiding foods periodically, and monitoring the body in conjunction with monitoring the foods you eat, for example when eating a meal of grains, the body must be monitored and in the event that symptoms of digestive problems appear, pills are excluded from the meals, and this technique is applied to all Foods.

The International Foundation for Functional Digestive Disorders (IFFGD) recommends eliminating four common foods that cause colon problems: coffee, chocolate, insoluble fiber, and nuts.

Avoid fats and high-fat foods

Most studies confirm that high-fat foods contribute to a wide variety of health and nutritional problems, and cause a real problem especially for those with IBS, where symptoms worsen greatly.

Focus on lean meats, fruits and vegetables, grains and low-fat dairy products.

Staying away from foods high in carbohydrates (FODMAP)

FODMAPs are carbohydrates that are difficult for the intestine to digest, because these carbohydrates cause more water to be secreted into the intestine, so people with IBS experience gas, bloating and diarrhea after eating these foods.

The abbreviation on some labels, such as “oligosaccharides, disaccharides, monosaccharides and polyols”, refers to foods rich in these carbohydrates.

It is important to note that not all carbohydrates are “FODMAPs”, but for best results you should avoid some types of foods, for example: lactose (milk, ice cream, cheese and yogurt), and some fruits (peaches, watermelon, pears, mangoes, apples, etc.) Peaches), food sweeteners, cashews, pistachios, wheat bread, pasta, and some vegetables (artichokes, asparagus, broccoli, onions, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, mushrooms).

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