Is eating cashews is beneficial in Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Last Updated on February 8, 2023 by Dr. Abadullah Sajid Bashir

If you are suffering from Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and want to know about foods that are beneficial for IBS, then this article is for you.

IBS is a gastrointestinal disorder in which the patient suffers from such painful symptoms that it does not allow him to lead a normal life. And he/she is trying to get rid of this deadly disease, but he/she is not able to get rid of it. The patient is self-directed to take steps that may help reduce the symptoms of IBS. Click on the given link to know detailed information about IBS.

As mentioned above, an IBS patient takes a variety of measures to reduce their symptoms, including careful eating and drinking.

What is cashew?

Cashews is basically a fruit that obtained from the cashew plant, it is also eaten as a dry fruit in winters. It is also used in sweets and in a variety of foods. It contains verity of ingredients which are very useful for the body. Since cashews are delicious and soft, people from children to adults eat them with great enthusiasm.

How is cashew food in IBS?

As for eating cashews, it is useful in IBS. Eating it does not cause symptoms of IBS. If symptoms are appearing, it helps to reduce them. Yes, this is very important to understand the method of eating cashews.

How eating cashew beneficial in IBS

If you want to eat cashews and you have IBS, then you should eat them in a simple way. You should eat roasted cashews plain, but if you make cashew powder etc. and add it to milk and eat it, it will cause gas. It can also cause symptoms i.e., gas and abdominal discomfort when eat with sweets. But if you eat it plain, it is beneficial for the gut.

Can I eat Cashews in large quantities in IBS?

Do not eat large amounts of Cashews in IBS at all, as they can trigger IBS symptoms.

When should you eat cashews?

Cashews can be eaten at any time, but eating at night is more beneficial.

Does cashew cause constipation in IBS?

No, eating cashews does not cause constipation in IBS patients.

Reviewed By:

  • Dr. Muhammad Zubair Chaudhary
  • Syeda Noor-ul-Ain Naqvi

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