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|07-06-2017 08:22 PM|
Yes, a number of them and some I would eat raw only I will now eat cooked as well
|07-06-2017 07:20 PM|
|Potatogirl||Thank you so much!|
|07-06-2017 07:17 PM|
Hi Potatogirl, and welcome to the forum.
Because IBS can be triggered by plant foods that are important vegan staples (examples: beans, cruciferous vegetables), the standard vegan nutrition guides may not be suitable for you.
You may find it useful to make an appointment with a Registered Dietitian who specializes in digestive conditions and in vegetarian nutrition. They may be able to help you plan a vegetarian/vegan diet that will improve, rather than exacerbate, your IBS.
In the United States, you can find a local Registered Dietitian through this website: http://www.eatright.org . Just click on the "Find an Expert" button, located in the upper-right-hand portion of the webpage.
In the U.K., you can find a local Registered Dietitian on the Freelance Dietitians website: http://www.freelancedietitians.org/
In New Zealand, you can find a local Registered Dietitian through the Dietitians New Zealand website: http://dietitians.org.nz/find-a-dietitian/
In Australia, you can find a local Accredited Practising Dietitian through the Dietitians Association of Australia: https://daa.asn.au/find-an-apd/
In Canada, you can find a local Registered Dietitian at the Dietitians of Canada website: http://www.dietitians.ca/Find-a-Dietitian.aspx .
In the Nederlands, you can find a local Registered Dietitian at http://www.nvdietist.nl/ .
|07-06-2017 06:42 PM|
IBS and Migraine Triggers
I'm currently transitioning from a vegetarian diet to a whole food plant based diet for health reasons.
I have plant food triggers for both IBS and Migraines (cabbage, corn, kale, lettuce, and Brussel sprouts) I've watched the documentaries and have seen people heal from their previous conditions.
I guess my question is has anyone been in this situation going in and been able to eat a trigger foods later on without any trouble?
Also, more curiosity than anything, has anyone started liking a vegetable they absolutely hated before going plant based?