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They also prevent the more harmful strains of bacteria from multiplying by using up all of the available oxygen and nutrients. Meanwhile, the gut provides a safe environment in which these bacteria can live – making it a mutually bene̞cial relationship. Lactobacilli tend to live in the small intestine, whilst Bi̜dobacteria are more o˕en found in the large intestine. Where do gut bacteria come from? The gut of a newborn baby is sterile. During birth and breastfeeding, bacteria are transferred from mother to baby.
Drinks that IBS su̝erers avoid most When asked which drinks they avoided, the participants’ responses were: 1. Co̝ee. 2. Alcohol. 3. Fruit juice. 4. Milk. 5. ‘None’. 6. Tea. 7. Fizzy drinks. 8. Red wine. 9. Beer. 10. White wine. 11. Spirits. 12. Sugary so˕ drinks. 13. Milky drinks. 14. Horlicks. 15. Drinks containing Sorbitol. 16. Cocoa. 17. Very cold drinks. 18. Ovaltine. 19. ‘Anything’. 20. Tomato juice. The researchers highlighted the fact that co̝ee was by far the most common drink perceived to cause digestive problems.
When the gastroenterology department at Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge, conducted an audit of 500 patients with IBS in 2007, 75 per cent were deemed suitable for treatment through diet. Of these, around 65 per cent ‘had a very good response’ to dietary changes. This suggests that almost half of IBS su̝erers can prevent, or at least greatly reduce, the number and severity of attacks through dietary changes alone. Other studies have reported similar ̞ndings. Probably the most important aspect of dietary modi̞cation is the amount and type of ̞bre you eat, so di̝erent types of ̞bre and the part they play in IBS are evaluated later on in this chapter.