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Please help me finding safe food!

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Created July 17, 2013 at 2:08 PM

Hey there! I have the worst Ibs-D ever and have been Paleo for a long time, but it hasn't helped me much. I skipped the antibabaypill for 6 months to see if it affected me, but it didn't (I'm back on it again because I have cramps and pain every month without it).

I do believe tha the Ibs must have to do with the food we eat, so I decided to fast (only water) for 2 or 3 days and then slowly introduce food to see if it works.

What is the best food to start with? Meat? Fish? I Only see red meat to be safe but I know alot of people with Ibs can't digest it well so I'm not sure.

What is ibs-safe food for the first weeks?

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247 · July 17, 2013 at 3:28 PM

But that IS the problem I'm talking about - I experimented and fried out but reacted to everything. I haven't eaten ONLY meat for days but I think I'll try this, I'm just not sure If it's ok for the body to consume only meat..

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0 · August 28, 2013 at 8:25 PM

I am rather new to Paleo, but lost weight back in 2009 and as a result of changing how I was eating overall, began having a sensitive 'gut'! What I finally did that has pretty well cured it was to get good bacteria back into it through eating kefir daily. Think kefir is one of those 'paleo-questionable' items, but it truly has saved me! If kefir is not something for you, then another probiotic (preferably 'real' like kombucha) could work some wonders. Maybe worth a try? I found the pill form of probiotics wasn't enough of what I needed to balance things again. I got the real 'grains' online and make my own. And I have it pretty well every morning with fresh or frozen berries, walnuts, chia, unsweetened cranberries, usually hemp protein powder...and stevia.

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0 · August 28, 2013 at 8:23 PM

I am rather new to Paleo, but lost weight back in 2009 and as a result of changing how I was eating overall, began having a sensitive 'gut'! What I finally did that has pretty well cured it was to get good bacteria back into it through eating kefir daily. Think kefir is one of those 'paleo-questionable' items, but it truly has saved me! If kefir is not something for you, then another probiotic (preferably 'real' like kombucha) could work some wonders. Maybe worth a try? I found the pill form of probiotics wasn't enough of what I needed to balance things again. I got the real 'grains' online and make my own. And I have it pretty well every morning with fresh or frozen berries, walnuts, chia, unsweetened cranberries, usually hemp protein powder...and stevia.

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421 · July 17, 2013 at 2:31 PM

That is tough to say without knowing what is causing your IBS. You need to experiment with foods to see what exactly is causing your IBS before anyone can tell you what is safe for you to eat. Also if you do some experimenting on your own then you will not need us to tell what is safe for you to eat. Try some meats for a week and see if it affects you, then try some fish for a week and see how that works. If your IBS acts up then do not eat that anymore. Sorry if Im over simplifying your problem but you really need to know what causes the IBS first.

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247 · July 17, 2013 at 3:28 PM

But that IS the problem I'm talking about - I experimented and fried out but reacted to everything. I haven't eaten ONLY meat for days but I think I'll try this, I'm just not sure If it's ok for the body to consume only meat..

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