Best Foods to Treat Irritable Bowel Syndrome | Healthy Recipes

irritable bowel syndrome is a common digestive disorder in this condition the normal rhythmic muscle contractions of the intestines that move food through the digestive tract become irregular and uncoordinated this disturbs the usual flow of food and the waste material leading to symptoms like abdominal pain bloating mucus and stools constipation and alternating diarrhea when suffering from IBS make sure to include high-fiber foods in your diet as these foods regulate bowel movement especially if you are constipated eat oats or oat bran brown rice nuts flax seed powder and fruits like apples bananas pears and papaya also eat vegetables like carrots cucumbers and beetroot eat alpha-alpha seeds and aloe vera as they help in healing the digestive system probiotics in yogurt also help in the growth of good bacteria in the gut that improve digestion it's also advisable to have hubs that can enhance the digestive capacity of the interst and this includes coriander seeds dried ginger powder asafoetida cumin seeds and fennel seeds let's look at some easy recipes which you can make using some of the recommended food items we're going to make cutlets using beetroot let's put one tablespoon of sunflower oil in the pan add one chopped onion and saute till it turns golden brown now I'm going to add two boiled peeled and grated beet roots saute the beetroot and onions for about seven to eight minutes till it becomes dry now add half a teaspoon of red chili powder and some salt to taste and quarter teaspoon of dry mango powder and mix well now we put this in a bowl we've added two boiled and mashed potatoes now add two tablespoons of corn starch powder and mix thoroughly your mixture is ready to make the cutlets you can do this with your hands or you can use a cutlet mold for a perfect shape dust the cutlets in a bit of cornstarch powder this will make the cutlets firm and not allow them to break while frying I've heated a tablespoon of sunflower oil in a non-stick pan and now to make our cutlets make sure you fry the cutlets on both sides equally they should take about two to three minutes once done serve it hot with mint chutney we're now going to make a tomato and cucumber raita we take 1 bowl of yogurt beep this well till you get a thick consistency add half of grated carrot half a chopped cucumber and half a chopped tomato finally add some salt some jeera powder and some chaat masala for taste now I'm going to add half a teaspoon of fennel seeds mix all the ingredients well garnish this with some coriander as well make sure to serve this rice our chilled you can have this along with your muse it's best to avoid consuming foods that increase mucus production this includes animal fats butter aerated drinks tea coffee milk and any fried spicy or processed food also make sure to avoid windy vegetables such as broccoli cauliflower cabbage and legumes finally refrain from alcohol and tobacco as these can irritate the lining of the stomach and the colon and worsen the condition eat well and take care of yourself good bye hi we hope you like this video we'd be sharing more such healthy recipes with you so to make sure you get them subscribe to our Channel homemade our nutrition eat well and take care you


  1. Just wonderful, I've been looking for "what can cause ibs" for a while now, and I think this has helped. You ever tried – Mackorny Defeat IBS Blueprint – (do a search on google ) ? Ive heard some pretty good things about it and my colleague got great success with it

  2. * IBS पर आपके वीडियो से साबित होता है कि सुंदरता व मूर्खता का भी अच्छा मेल होता है ।😢

  3. Wow who is this??

    Her information is wrong!!

    She's setting folks up for failure or horrible pain. I was told for IBS to AVOID and NOT EAT any of the following…..

    No Fruits to high in fiber
    No Veggies to much fiber
    No Nuts
    No Beans

    No Dairy cheese, milk, butter, eggs or yogurt

    People can try it and see they feel much better after eliminating the above and things below. I did my own elimination diet I cut out everything and felt 100% better except then your left with not eating much. I had to cut out also….
    No no no wheat (Gluten), grains, oats, soy, DEFINITELY NO ONIONS, spicy foods, fried foods, no sauces or gravies, no green peppers, no flours, no condiments ketchup, mayo, no mustard… Plus a pamphlet I received from
    a new better GI has no chocolate, no garlic, no tamatoes, no pepper, no mint, no coffee or tea, no sugar or artificial sweeteners, no agave but I was told honey is ok to use but I haven't yet, of course no sodas, carbonated drinks, no juices tamoto, cranberry and no spicy or greasy foods, Doc says no red meat, no oils definitely no canola, sunflower, safflower or grapeseed oil. I use olive or coconut if I need some oil. I'm told to use chicken or veggie broth to cook with. No mixed foods combo no smoothies fruits & veggies absolutely not, no protein shakes, no mixing meat and sweets or meats with starches… Example no hamburger and bun, no hsmburger with ketchup or mayo, no mear and potatoes or Chinese orange chicken or bbq foods.

    Again you can eat what you want if your stomach or gut can handle it but I'm telling you a person who has had IBS for many years…. try elimination to see how your stomach or gut feels and introduce foods again one at a time. I eliminated mine first for 2-4 weeks then continued 8-12 weeks (2-3 months). I'm no doctor or specialist but some doctors give wrong information. I had to go to 4 Gastro docs to finally find someone that knows what they're talking about. This person here is absolutely positively WRONG!!

    For more info watch this doc he's good or search his channel to see what you like!!

    Click this link below ….

  4. Soluble fiber sahi hota hai but kuch fibers food jo btaya gaya hai wo IBS k liye thk nhi gastritis heart burn hota hai

  5. Please don’t make sick again fry is very bad for ibs

  6. Why would you fry anything with IBS and yogurt set me off my symptoms worsting my stomach bloating, pain, and diarrhea

  7. I have ibs from gerd. What is best for me….alot of acid inside my body as well

  8. Don’t eat flax seeds. It even says on the package that people with IBS should not eat it.

  9. Eat BLAND FOOD that will help you

  10. Onions beetroot??? This is definitely not to help IBS but makes it worse.

  11. You can have onions when you have IBS  if cooked well and chopped. chili power is not a trigger its a spice that will not harm your gut if only you use a very small amount. I too struggle with IBS for years I've learn to eat for IBS. you can also have apples well chopped as long as there pealed .

  12. I just love you …. 😘😘😘😘😘😘😘😘

  13. I have always discomfort around my anus: dryness, tightness, pain. And my doctor said it is happened because of IBS. Is it correct?

  14. Nut and grains will kill me
    Lady u r soooo very wrong

  15. Dumb

  16. Ibs is not for people that are constipated!

  17. wait … onion?

  18. Your advice is wrong. I have IBS. Apples and oats are offenders.

  19. Its hard if ur ibs is axeity is the main reason even u do the proper diet is hard to feel better + it always feel you weak or have a fatigue all days…

  20. This is glorious, I been tryin to find out about "ibs condition" for a while now, and I think this has helped. Have you ever come across – Mackorny Defeat IBS Blueprint – (Have a quick look on google cant remember the place now ) ? Ive heard some amazing things about it and my brother in law got excellent results with it

  21. I think this is the most ridiculous video I have ever watch for IBS. have u heard of FODMAPs? pls don't teach people all the incorrect information. it's unethical.

  22. Please don't advice if you have no idea. Shame on you

  23. This will make more worsen. You are giving wrong information

  24. I usually never leave the comments. This is complete BS !!! I am confident that 75% of what she has said is completely wrong. STAY WAY AWAY FROM THIS JOKE!

  25. U should avoid onions and garlic

  26. Somebody tell her about FODMAP please

  27. every person's problem differs from person to person so don't expect the same recipe to work for everyone.

  28. Onions, Chilli for IBS ???? Plz get your facts correct ma'am!

  29. Stop misleading the world… Poorly researched video… Onions, Apples, Yogurt, Potatoes, Corn Powder, Chilli Powder… These can increase symptoms for many IBS sufferers… However very small quantity of all may work for some but these ingredients could definitely aggravate symptoms…

  30. This list is totally wrong. Dr Prakesh is right. Go according to the FOD Map Chart, research it on Google. Don't believe this.

  31. My doctor gave me chart of foods that i have to avoid but you suggested all of them to eat. What is wrong with the world

  32. Inta-steins?

  33. Total waste

  34. Very informative mam

  35. CBD oil works great as treatment for IBS and the anxiety one gets from it.

  36. Potato's don't eat pls u have ibs

  37. Nice video

  38. Red chili.. Corn starch is not a good option in ibs

  39. Meanwhile, my gastro said raw carrots and apples are the worst thing for IBS. Nobody knows shit.

  40. one person recommends one eatable and other says to avoid the same. really confused.

  41. Winner of a video, I have been researching "ibs bowel syndrome" for a while now, and I think this has helped. Have you ever come across – Mackorny Defeat IBS Blueprint – ( search on google ) ? Ive heard some extraordinary things about it and my brother in law got cool success with it

  42. Many thanks, I been tryin to find out about "ibs symptoms and causes" for a while now, and I think this has helped. Have you ever come across – Mackorny Defeat IBS Blueprint – ( search on google ) ? Ive heard some interesting things about it and my mate got great results with it

  43. Onion gives me gas like crazy 🙁

  44. Thanku sister

  45. I have dealt with IBS ever since I was 13 in 2014 I got so frustrated with my digestive system I actually went to go get an allergy test I am actually allergic to gluten and dairy

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