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What foods can help stomach irritation?

I have IBS and Diverticulities (sp) I've been juicing for 9 months, all of a sudden I started experiencing diarreah every day all day, no matter what I eat.I don't want too stop juicing,but it's almost to the point I have to. Any suggestions?

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5 years ago

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It is important to monitor and understand which foods cause irritation as everyone can be different with what they can tolerate.

The main goal is to figure out what is disturbing your digestive system. If your previous diet was lacking high fiber foods (if you were juicing without the fiber) and you are now NutriBlasting (which includes the fiber), this could be a sign that you took it too fast...cut back on portions and introduce fiber slowly. Choose bland foods like banana, applesauce, rice and try some peppermint or chamomile tea to reduce inflammation and soothe your GI. Iron supplements help dry up loose stools.

Also, be sure to rehydrate. You lose a lot of water and electrolytes when diarrhea occurs. I'm not sure how this would taste, but how about banana, oats, apple, a dash of cinnamon, pumpkin seeds, and coconut water!

It may be important to provide low fiber foods during a flare up. Include foods like bananas, oats, peanut butter and coconut water as previously mentioned.
Did you add a new ingredient? maybe you need to stay away from it or reduce it, if you're still having diarrhea maybe you can stop nutriblasting temporarily and wait until the diarrhea goes away or do something about it, then come back to your nutriblasts and gradually increase your intake and focus more on the impact that each ingredient has in your body... That worked for me when I had the same problem.

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