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8/31/11 8:38 P

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We are all different I think its a matter of trying foods gradually to see if it suits you. I do find i can eat raw veg and salads where as cooked veg causes iBS bouts . Yet others can't eat raw veg. Iam up now at 130 sam as i cant sleep due to an IBS bout! emoticon

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8/31/11 11:16 A

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I got a list of foods to avoid from my nutritionist but it's very limited. I have read some of the links on this board and they are all the same kind of lists. But I have a very big list of products I would like to know of if I can eat them, for example: nori, olives, pomegranate, wasabi, spices, herbs, tempeh, turkish delight and the list goes on (I don't eat an average western diet)

What about raw food, is that ok, or is food better to be cooked? I have heard about some very good results people had on a 100% raw food diet, but they weren't IBS people. Any insights?

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