RD says eating habits can help reduce IBS symptoms

03/21/2012 | Victoria Advocate (Texas)

Dietary habits can help reduce the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome, beginning with establishing a consistent eating pattern, having small meals and chewing food thoroughly to promote digestion, registered dietitian Lindsay Adams writes. The three F's -- fluids, fitness and fiber -- are important to bowel health, while sugary and high-fat foods can trigger IBS symptoms, Adams writes.

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