Irritable colon problems can prevent you from eating lots of fruits and vegetables. On the other hand, you cannot tolerate milk, which causes diarrhea and bleeding, or foods containing wheat. Then you might wonder how I can eat healthily despite these limitations? Problems with irritable colon, due to intestinal problems (diarrhea, constipation, bloating, flatulence) can be very annoying. Michael Chabon has plenty of information regarding this issue. It affects one in every five, and twice as many women than men. Others including author, offer their opinions as well. Without cause, stress is an aggravating factor. Please note that the reactions to foods vary from person to person.
First eliminate all foods that irritate, especially those that contain insoluble fiber (whole grains, legumes, fruits and vegetables such as carrots, and also the skin of fruits), dairy products and all foods that contain wheat or their relatives (barley, oats, rye). (Vegetables fruits such as peaches, and many more, including the peas) Soluble fibre is generally better tolerated in people with colon problems irritable. But if they cause you some problems, delete them also. Ground flax seed can be beneficial, as well as providing valuable omega 3 fatty acids, they can help regulate bowel movements. It is very important to take plenty of fluids to consume this type of fibre, to not exacerbate your problems from irritable. Eat cooked vegetables, whether they are based on your tolerance. Prevents the cruciferous (cabbage family) vegetables. You can start to resume ties with these foods, very gradually, where their symptoms improve. Related articles: irritable colon problems and dietary prevention of problems from irritable that causes irritable original author and source of the article problems