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IBS can be caused by a variety of things. I would recommend keeping a food journal and look for triggers (specific ingredients, types of cuisines, etc.). If you don't notice a particular trend then a lot of people have luck with elimination diets. The important part is to eliminate only one food group at a time (dairy, gluten, etc.) and keep track of how your body responds.
I'm gluten free. My ENT suggested I try it for my meniers . He's doing it because of ibs type symptoms and he'd seen specialist who didn't have answers. He's better now that he's GF He pushes completely gluten free. It's hard initial I think it's helped me , however a great deal of it is watching what you eat to determine what makes symptoms worse.
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