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Trigger foods that can cause IBS symptoms:
Cabbage, broccoli, kale, legumes and other gas producing foods
Fatty foods, including whole milk, cream, cheese, butter, oils, meats and avocados
Foods, gums and beverages that contain sorbitol, an artificial sweetener
Eating large meals can cause cramping or spasms, so eating smaller meals more often can help. Eating quickly can cause you to swallow air, which can cause belching (trapped wind or gas).
With Irritable Bowel Syndrome, adding fiber to your diet - especially if constipation is one of your main symptoms - can help to loosen stools and reduce abdominal pain. At first, fiber will increase the amount of gas in your system, so add fiber gradually.
Fruits, vegetables and whole grain breads and cereals are good food sources of fiber. Your doctor may recommend a fiber supplement. Methyl cellulose is a chemical compound derived from cellulose that causes the least amount of intestinal gas, and is often recommended for people with Irritable Bowel Syndrome with constipation. Psyllium is a good source of natural fiber, but may create more gassiness at first.