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How to Ditch the Dieting for Good With IBS

If you think the only way to find relief from your IBS is through restrictive diets, the truth is that restricting food from your diet can cause you to end up in a cycle of trying diet after diet, failing one after another and feeling like there is absolutely nothing you can do to find relief from your symptoms.⁠

While you may think if you just keep trying different diets, one will finally stick, chances are you will end up in a vicious cycle of restricting and binging, harming your gut health, never truly knowing what is causing your flare-ups.⁠

The good news is that there are actually many other things you can start taking action on now to help you avoid dieting and create a less restrictive nutrition plan to finally start reclaiming your life from IBS, which I am excited to share with you in this blog post.

Focus on adding food into your diet, rather than taking them away.


Restrictive diets are not the answer to finding sustainable relief from your IBS and can harm your gut health.


Increasing the variety of different foods that you eat will not only help you manage your IBS, but also improve your relationship with food and avoid nutrient deficiencies.


Eat more plant-based foods to improve your gut health.


These contain prebiotic fibre which helps to increase the number of beneficial bacteria in your gut which will help improve your gut symptoms and increase your tolerance to foods.


Use the low FODMAP diet to identify your unique triggers.


Completing the full 3 phases on the FODMAP diet will help you create your personalised IBS diet.


This will allow to increase the variety in your diet so that you can feel confident in your food choices because you know your exact triggers.

Eat, small regular meals throughout the day.


This will help you relieve uncomfortable symptoms like bloating, constipation and diarrhoea. And eating regularly will help you improve your relationship with food and give your body the fuel and energy it needs to function.

Improve your lifestyle habits to help you achieve long-term relief from your IBS.


Food is not always to blame for IBS symptoms, which is why it’s important to look at your IBS holistically. Improving your lifestyle habits like stress management, sleep hygiene, eating habits and movement is key to being able to relieve your symptoms and reclaim your life from IBS.

So, instead of trying diet after diet for your IBS...

Start taking the action now to create a less restrictive nutrition plan to finally start reclaiming your life from IBS by joining my IBS Relief Formula program. CLICK HERE to book a Complementary Strategy Call with me now to get started!



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