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During her stay, she was encouraged to swap the laxatives, to which she had unknowingly become addicted, for Epsom salts. She says that this advice alone made the two weeks she spent undergoing uncomfortable tests worthwhile. Carol spent the next few years trying to discover which foods – apart from wheat – were causing her symptoms, and concluded that it was starch. Since completely excluding starches from her diet she has been symptom-free. She believes that the type of IBS she su̝ers from is one of a number of in̟ammatory diseases, which include a form of arthritis called ankylosing spondylitis (AS) and can be identi̞ed by a speci̞c genetic marker.
Warning: Following a restricted diet can lead to nutritional de̞ciencies. Always seek dietary advice from your GP if you suspect that a particular food group is causing or aggravating your symptoms. Improve your digestion the Viva Mayr way Dr Harold Stossier, Medical Director at the Viva Mayr Clinic, an Austrian ‘spa hospital’ popular with the rich and famous, has developed an eating programme aimed at improving digestion and banishing bloating. The programme is based on an eating plan originally created by Dr Franz Mayr over 80 years ago as a spa ‘cure’ for poor digestion.
This enables enzymes in the pancreatic juices to further break down carbohydrates and proteins, and begin digesting fats. The semi-liquid then passes into the second part of the small intestine – the jejunum. The jejunum releases more of the enzymes that break down carbohydrates, proteins and fats, to turn them into glucose, amino acids and glycerol, which are then absorbed into the bloodstream. The digested food particles then travel into the last part of the small intestine – the ileum – where vitamin B12 is absorbed and bile salts are reabsorbed.
50 Things You Can Do Today to Manage IBS by Wendy Green