There’s no certain cure for IBS, individuals develop their own ways of living with the enemy. Don’t become discouraged. These vegan diet strategies that will remove IBS symptoms without relying on prescribed drugs and chemicals:
- Banana: Fresh, ripe bananas are nourishing fruits which conjointly help in relieving IBS symptoms. They contain soluble fibre which facilitates absorption of liquid within the intestines and treats diarrhoea. Also, being a rich source of Potassium, it relieves bloating and gas.
- Strawberry: Strawberry has low fructose levels which decrease the symptoms of IBS. Put 1 cup of rolled oats and 2 cups of water into a vessel on a stove. Bring to a boil, turn the heat to the lowest setting, and let it cook for 5 minutes. Put 1 banana cut up, 5 strawberries into the bowl, add the oats mixture and top the serving with 1 cup of coconut milk.
- Kiwifruit: Kiwi relieves IBS symptoms by shortening colon transit time, increases defecation frequency, and improves bowel function in those with constipation-type IBS. It is also rich in Vitamin C (Antioxidant) and Vitamin K.
- Carrot: Carrots are a good source of pectin that can help in preventing IBS symptoms such as diarrhea and constipation. Consuming them as such or blend into juice does the work.
- Yam: Wild yam is helpful in irritable bowel syndrome especially for painful intestinal spasm. The tea from the dried chopped root is very beneficial but has a very displeasing taste so combine it with other herbs like ginger, chamomile (IBS friendly) to mask the taste.