5 tips for dining out when you have IBS

Many people look forward to dining out at a restaurant – enjoying the company of others and eating expertly prepared food with no kitchen clean-up required. But if you have irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), you may not feel quite as positive about the experience. In fact, for many people with IBS, the idea of going

7 common questions about IBS, answered

IBS is the most common disorder diagnosed by GI doctors. Yet, despite affecting so many, the condition is still widely misunderstood.

5 reasons why you should work with a GI Registered Dietitian

See how a GI Registered Dietitian can make a difference in your digestive care journey, even if you've worked with a dietitian in the past.
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Sleep and IBS: What’s the connection?

Poor sleep and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) often go hand-in-hand. In fact, people with sleep disturbances are about one and a half times more likely to have some degree of IBS than people without sleep troubles. So what’s the connection between IBS and sleep? While we don’t yet know the exact relationship, we do know

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