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This diet is intended mainly for people affected by irritable bowel syndrome (IBS-D), but also for those who are looking for a light diet neutral for the gastric function.

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is one of the most common causes of gastroenterological disorders. This is a medical condition characterized by abdominal pain and changes in excretion, however, unlike inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), it is not associated with damage to the intestines. The IBS disease is very individual and there is no one universal recommended diet.

This is why we are aware that our program will not help everyone interested in the diet indicated in problems with irritable bowel syndrome, but we are convinced that we will be able to facilitate the lives of a significant number of people diagnosed with IBS-D. When planning our program, we relied on theassumptions of the American College of Gastroenterology (ACG), which issued its nutritional guidelines for IBS in 2014.

This diet is a difficult diet because of the necessary elimination of a significant amount of products from our daily menu. For meals to be tasty and varied, you need to consume the acceptable and indicated food ingredients in an interesting configuration. We know that doing this at home is a serious and time-consuming challenge, which is why we are at your disposal and we invite you to benefit from our help.

  • We will prepare the meals, but you should take care of some aspects of your diet by yourself. In order not to overload our organs with excessive work, it is recommended to eat individual meal in small portions; the meals should be eaten regularly and served five or at least 4 times a day.
  • When preparing a meal, remember that also their extreme temperatures can affect your well-being.
  • It is also important not to forget about proper hydration of the body. Therefore, it is recommended to drink a minimum of 2 liters of liquids per day.
  • Our diet targeted at IBS is also supplmented with shots and infusions.
  • Remember that diet alone is not the only part of our life that affects your health and well-being.
  • IBS is often a psychosomatic disorder, where the condition of our nervous system is fundamental. Therefore, enough sleep and also avoidance of stress are very important.
  • Constant self-monitoring is recommended when using this diet and determining whether the diet we prepare is suitable for different needs and responses of each body affected by IBS.
  • This program is not only intended for people with IBS-D problem; it may be applied by anyone who would like to try a light, easily digestible diet.

Sample menu:

Natural Alkaline Water Java pH 9.2
Shot with natural collagen

Yoghurt pankakes with apple and thyme
(ingredients: spelt flour, bio egg, lactose-free natural yoghurt, apple, gluten-free baking powder, vanilla, olive oil, red grapes, orange, kiwi, fresh thyme)

Second breakfast:
Carrot and banana cocktail
(ingredients: carrot, banana, apple)

Turkey with rice in tomato sauce
(ingredients: turkey tenderloin, basmati rice, tomato, home-made poultry broth, tomatoes, white sesame seeds, olive oil, sweet paprika, oregano)

Salad with baked vegetables and millet
(ingredients: pumpkin, sweet potatoes, eggplant, lactose-free feta cheese, peppers, spinach, arugola leaves, olive oil, fresh mint)

+ Lemon balm infusion