A very timely article from Sally – the whole world needs to look after their guts even if they think that they’re healthy. I also follow the daily food window, and it really leaves you feeling great.
This is the process that I used successfully for myself originally 20 years ago and also with my clients since then.. It may seem a real pain to keep a food diary and to pay so much attention to what you are eating, but it will pay off when you have either reduced your IBS symptoms or discovered the cause of the disease.
In the last couple of years there has been a lot of press about Intermittent Fasting. The theory behind the concept is that by restricting your eating to within certain time periods that it gives your body a chance to process your food efficiently and also to rest the major organs active in the digestive system.
There are a couple of choices. You can have two days a week where you only have 500 calories during the day with fluids and then you eat normally…
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