Learn how to manage your IBS symptoms while eating a plant-based diet, including vegan, vegetarian, or flexitarian diets. Its hallmark symptoms are abdominal pain, diarrhea, and constipation. So, no wonder so many people across the world are interested in how you can eat to manage IBS. Many of those who suffer from IBS are committed to a plant-based diet such as vegetarian or vegan for a variety of reasons. Yet they may have difficulty managing their symptoms while eating mostly plants. It just takes a little educated know-how. Listen in on my chat with Kate Scarlata, internationally renowned expert on digestive health and IBS and nutrition. I sat down with Kate to talk to her about her best tips for managing a plant-based diet. Read on to learn more.
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You should avoid onions and garlic almost entirely on a low FODMAP diet, as well as cauliflower, celery, artichoke, asparagus, and fruits high in fructose, like apples and mangoes. Afternoon snack rice cakes topped with mashed avocado. I have no underlying conditions and am generally in good health. New foods are continually being tested. Monitoring is important to help identify this and to adjust your fibre intake according to your symptoms. Close Share options. Low-fat diet. The research in probiotics in IBS is a bit ambiguous.