This has great tips for IBS-sufferers as well! - Here are 12 tips to surviving your first vegan Thanksgiving | #vegan #thanksgiving

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Use this common herb to combat IBS, nausea, and headaches and to flavor your foods at the same time

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Dr. Oz's Top Tips to Blast Away Belly Fat Read More Sign up for iVillage Special Offers #skincare #antiaging #beauty #aging

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The Huffington Post

Avocado Hummus Recipe - An easy avocado hummus recipe without tahini! This healthy hummus is oil-free and made delicious with avocado and cilantro!

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Vegan Family Recipes

How to do an elimination diet to determine your food sensitivities.

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How fresh carrot fruit juice helps IBS sufferers?

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Crispy Kale Chips are a crave-worthy snack with plenty of salt and crunch, but hey, you're eating vegetables too!

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Culinary Hill

Welcome Fall! We can't wait to this delicious and seasonal vegan pumpkin cheesecake!

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Gluten Free Party Ring Cookies

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Could Britain's most loved dish - Chicken Tikka Masala actually be good for your health?Yes (well potentially anyway), one of the ingredients in Tikka Masala - turmeric is being touted as having major 'healing qualities'.  To be more precise curcumin is the element of turmeric which contains the 'healing qualities' which can help people affected by I.B.S.Recent studies conducted at the University of Reading have assessed the outcome turmeric had treating I.B.S in adults that suffered from no other health issues. 207 men and women took part in the trial and they were given 1-2 standardized turmeric powder tablets daily for 8 weeks. After the 8 week trial it was reported that I.B.S symptoms had reduced between 53%-60% after the turmeric treatment. Abdominal pain had also reduced significantly and two thirds of all taking part in the trial reported improved bowel movement.(source - This is obviously very good news for anybody who is affected by I.B.S, although research into turmeric and it's health benefits are at a very early stage. Other illnesses turmeric has been found to help are - Alzheimers, Dementia, Diabetes, Liver Damage & Cancer. Worldwide research is continuing to take place and we hope that they eventually find a way to harness the goodness found in turmeric to aid the treatment of the illnesses mentioned.  Turmeric is widely available in most supermarkets and can be used to flavour or colour many dishes from your favourite curry, rice dish or even BBQ ribs. Most people have a high tolerance of turmeric and many can tolerate a very high dose of up-to 12g curcumin daily. Although it must be pointed out that some people may experience side effects like - nausea, diarrhoea and skin irritation. Until more scientific research is proven we would advise everybody to consult their GP before increasing their turmeric intake. 

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#Italian Spaghetti with Avocado Sauce #Recipe... Move over, marinara. #MainDish made with spaghetti, avocados--halved, pitted and peeled, smashed garlic clove, scallions, juice of 1 lemon, extra-virgin olive oil, salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste and chopped parsley, for garnish.

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Coconut oil - good for IBS or not?

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Silk Pure Almond Almondmilk Original Unsweetened

Crispy Salt and Vinegar Smashed Potatoes - Make this with a non-hydrogenated plant butter, or just use all olive oil, to keep it IBS friendly!

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Spicy Shrimp and Avocado Salad wth Miso Dressing - make dressing with non-dairy butter, and serve this dish as a topping for toast, rice, or cold buckwheat noodles for a high soluble fiber foundation for IBS!

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Pinch of Yum

Homemade applesauce! Low fat, high soluble fiber, great for IBS. Sarah's Applesauce

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Vegan Cauliflower Buffalo Wings

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Bloated Bellies Are Us: does a high soluble fiber diet help IBS?

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my journey thru M.E.

Springtime Lemon Asparagus Noodles! Recipe from the book The First Year: IBS and here

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Bruleed banana oatmeal! Low fat, dairy free, high soluble fiber, great for IBS! Use instant oatmeal for the most tolerable whole grain option. 2011_04_08-Bruleed1.jpg

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The Kitchn

Is Soda Pop an IBS Trigger? Quick Tip!

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Therapeutic Heat for IBS? Quick Tip!

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recipe: over-roasted sweet potatoes

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Lauren Conrad

Protein shake that tastes like Wendy's Frosty! 3/4 cup (6 ounces) almond milk (or milk of your choice, she used unsweetened vanilla almond breeze by blue diamond) about 15 ice cubes, 1 scoop vegan vanilla protein powder, 1-2 TB unsweetened cocoa powder, sweetener of choice (1/4 of a frozen banana or stevia).

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