How it works
Oversensitive nerves trigger IBS symptoms
75% of people with IBS have oversensitive nerves in their gut. When they eat 'trigger' foods, these nerves send messages to their brain, warning that something is wrong. The brain then responds by causing pain, diarrhea, constipation and wind.
Eating trigger foods like FODMAPs
Oversensitive nerves in your gut
Sends warning signals to brain
Brain triggers IBS symptoms