Last Updated on August 28, 2022 by Dr. Abadullah Sajid Bashir
What is Irritable Bowel Syndrome
IBS is a chronic disorder and the patient is living in constant difficulty. The main reason for this is the changing symptoms of IBS. That is, sometimes the patient has abdominal pain, sometimes intestinal pain, constipation, diarrhea, gas and abdominal discomfort etc. The patient is unable to lead a normal life.
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He has to take various measures to minimize these symptoms. The main reason for this is that the treatment of IBS is not yet possible, therefore, in addition to medication, the patient adopts a diet and lifestyle that can minimizes the symptoms of IBS and has a proper and normal life. Be inspired to live. There are many nutrients in the diet that help minimize the symptoms of IBS.
Uses of Apricot in IBS
Apricot is a fruit and it also contains almonds. It is a very delicious sweet and nutritious fruit.
It belongs to the Rosaceae family and can be found in different regions of the world. It is also available as a dried fruit and is rich in fiber.
Eating apricots in IBS is beneficial and can add some value in minimizing the symptoms of IBS.
If IBS patient consume ripe apricots while the symptoms are ongoing, they will have substantial benefit in eliminating IBS symptoms.
The main reason for this is that it contains fibers and fibers strengthen the digestive system and if there is IBS-C and the food is stuck in the intestines, it softens it and this soft food passes through the alimentary canal. I help to move forward in gut. On the other hand, it is rich in nutrients, so if the salt is depleted due to IBS-D, it also plays a role in rejuvenating it.
If an IBS patient who eats or drinks food that triggers the symptoms of IBS consumes apricots as soon as possible, it will reduce the symptoms.
When avoid to eat Apricot
Apricot is good for IBS in every way. That is, if it is eaten fresh, it is also beneficial in IBS. Similarly, if it is consumed in the form of dried fruit, it is also beneficial for the digestive system. It is also very useful if it is made into chutney and eaten without adding ingredients that increase IBS.
It must be kept in mind that if you are eating fresh apricots, they should be well-ripened. Raw apricots and sour apricots should be avoided as they may cause symptoms.
- Dr. Abadullah Sajid Bashir
- Dr. Muhammad Khan Malik
- Syeda Noor-ul-Ain Naqvi
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