Are carrots good in irritable bowel syndrome

Last Updated on August 28, 2022 by Dr. Abadullah Sajid Bashir

Carrots are a very important and nutritious vegetable. People use carrots in different ways i.e., in fresh form or in pizza etc.. Some people drink it as juice.

It is also eaten cooked as a vegetable. In Asia in particular and in the rest of the world it is also eaten as a salad.

As we know IBS is a disease of the digestive system which has symptoms. The patient’s digestive system is severely disturbed. And the patient is suffering from anxiety. The patient is trying his best to reduce the symptoms of IBS.

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As far as the use of carrots is concerned, it is beneficial in IBS in every way.
It can be eaten as a simple salad as well as cooked. Eating carrots will not show the symptoms of IBS.

Here are some things to keep in mind when using carrots in IBS

First of all, whenever you eat raw carrots, chew them very much. Because if you do not do this, the carrot pieces will go into your digestive system and take time to digest and sometimes indigestion.

In the same way, when you are eating as a salad, do not drink water on top of it. Spend an hour and a half without water. If you drink water from above, your chances of getting stomach ache and discomfort increase.

Don’t eat highly cooked carrots. We can say that if you use boiled carrots and black pepper on top of that, it will give you a lot of benefits in IBS.

Written By:

  • Dr. Abadullah Sajid Bashir

Reviewed By:

  • Dr. Muhammad Khan Malik
  • Syeda Noor-ul-Ain Naqvi

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