7 sneaky things that trigger IBS symptoms
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Now that you’ve eliminated onion, it’s also time to say goodbye to garlic – if you’re serious about saying goodbye to IBS, that is. This culinary staple is another high FODMAP food, and one of the known IBS triggers.
The fix: There’s no denying it, replacing garlic is a challenge, but food blog Stone Soup recommends substituting it with ginger or chilli to give your dishes some much-needed kick. If you don’t want your guests to notice that missing garlic flavour, try adding cumin, especially when preparing Middle Eastern cuisine.