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  • Oyster Mushrooms – A Umami Low Fodmap Option for IBS

    Oyster Mushrooms – A Umami Low Fodmap Option for IBS0

    It is autumn and the evenings are becoming darker. It is the season for mushrooms and many people really miss mushrooms when following the low fodmap diet. But if you are following the Kings College Low FODMAP diet oyster mushrooms are suitable. They are not as available as a few years ago and are now

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  • Web IBS Therapy, Fatty Liver Disease, Cancer Treatment & More

    Web IBS Therapy, Fatty Liver Disease, Cancer Treatment & More0

    If you’ve not had the chance to catch up on the latest news this week, here are the latest stories from 12 April. Fatty Liver Disease in Young People Experts have warned that high levels of fatty liver disease among young people, caused by being overweight, could be the sign of a public health crisis. A

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  • Mental Health and IBS – talkhealth Blogtalkhealth Blog

    Mental Health and IBS – talkhealth Blogtalkhealth Blog0

    Hello again beautiful people, it has been some time since I have uploaded. My life has been busy with college classes, dance, and juggling my health. None the less, I appreciate being a blogger for talkhealth. I am grateful for this platform that I can share my advice for everything IBS and mental health. Let’s

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  • IBS Weight Gain and Bloating

    IBS Weight Gain and Bloating0

     I’m the girl on Instagram showing my ‘best life’. I like to show off my love for fashion and life in general through pictures! This is the superficial me, I portray on my socials. Every since having IBS (c), I have gained a significant amount of weight. Though being a health-conscious vegan, I was still

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  • How to Explain your IBS

    How to Explain your IBS0

    “Not one IBS case is alike…” I have heard that phrase from my doctors countless times. Professionals are not wrong when they say it though. Since becoming involved in the IBS community, I have not come across one person with the exact same physical symptoms and food sensitivities as me, or the next person. In

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