I have often read and heard that a lot of IBS can be from gluten sensitivity. I know that is one thing they look for if they do endoscopes and colostomies because they were looking for that on me. I don't seem to have that sensitivity, but do have to whole grains, I think. Rolls help settle my gut, but whole grains can set me off.
A friend of mine has also read about the yeast connection.
Please please keep me posted, as much as I hate the thought of being yeast free if it works it should be looked at....
Thanks so much for sharing. I've been juicing to try to control how much fibre I get on a given day, plus it tastes better lol....but it's still trial and error, one meal of chickpeas and lentil no so nicely reminded me last night and today :( better now tho.
hello everybody, i've been researching online about candida (yeast) and pretty much every other article that i come across mentions or links ibs to it. so i went in a yeast free diet (bread-google the recipe-, egg, corn and rice noodles, and even some gluten free products) this is my fifth day and i have to say that I'm feeling good. i dont feel that discomfort in my stomach (like something popping, moving, cracking) you know. and i can stand all alone without thinking that i have to use the bathroom or anything to do with my bowels, its a very weird feeling because that's what my life is all about... i have ibc and still use konsyl (walmart brand) at nightime before i go to bed and take one pill of the probiotic culturelle... i dont know but i thing that i'm going to keep trying this out seems to be working... also ordered from amazon the book feast without yeast should be getting it soon, love you all, bye bye
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