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Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) Health Center

Videos Related to Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

  1. Can a gluten-free diet ease IBS symptoms?

    WebMD Expert Answers. Dr. William Balistreri reports from Digestive Disease Week 2013.

  2. Eating Well and UC

    Ulcerative colitis patients must take care that they are getting enough nutrients.

  3. UC Pregnancy

    Strategies for having a healthy pregnancy when you have ulcerative colitis.

  4. Managing a Flare

    Experts recommend a low-residue diet for ulcerative colitis patients undergoing a flare.

  5. UC College Life

    A user’s guide to going off to college with IBD.

  6. Diet for IBS, Crohn's, and UC

    IBD patients should avoid insoluble fiber, organic compounds that don't break down in the gut, when they are undergoing a flare.

  7. Supplements and UC

    Omega-3 fatty acids, folic acid, calcium, and vitamin D are essential both for general health and recovery from IBD flares.

  8. Cut the Fat to Control IBS

    If you suffer from IBS you may already know that fat can irritate your condition. Find out how to cut the fat and keep the flavor.

  9. UC Motherhood

    A flexible lifestyle and positive attitude are useful tools for mothers with IBD.

  10. Trigger Foods to Avoid with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

    Though everyone's IBS is different, most sufferers have certain trigger foods in common. WebMD Dietitian, Elaine Magee, discusses which foods to avoid and which foods can help your Irritable Bowel Syndrome.

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