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ConditionsConditionsIrritable Bowel Syndrome

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NEWS One type of rye bread the IBS sufferer can tolerate, say researchers

August 2nd 2016

Some good news for IBS (irritable bowel syndrome) sufferers: you should be able to eat a modified form of rye bread without suffering the usual symptoms, say researchers this week.

NEWS They’re not in the head: IBS and chronic fatigue start with infection

April 28th 2016

They’re not ‘all in the head’: chronic problems like irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), chronic fatigue and anorexia nervosa could all have started with an infection, researchers believe.

NEWS IBS symptoms worse with low levels of vitamin D

January 4th 2016

Most IBS (irritable bowel syndrome) sufferers are low in vitamin D, and those with the lowest levels also suffer the worst symptoms that can make it impossible to lead a normal life

FEATURE Gluten for punishment

September 2015 (Vol. 26 Issue 6) /

It's trendy to be gluten-intolerant-but science is discovering it's much more than a fad, and it could have to do with the way the modern loaf is made

FEATURE Gluten for punishment

September 2015 (Vol. 26 Issue 6) /

It's trendy to be gluten-intolerant-but science is discovering it's much more than a fad, and it could have to do with the way the modern loaf is made

FEATURE How I beat Crohn's disease

August 2015 (Vol. 26 Issue 5) /

Nutritional therapist Karen Ward describes herself as a 'Duracell Bunny'

FEATURE The secret reason for your tiredness

June 2015 (Vol. 26 Issue 3) /

As a teenager, Marie Waters felt constantly tired

FEATURE Staying sharp

May 2015 (Vol. 26 Issue 2) /

My family seems to be plagued by Alzheimer's disease and dementia, although I'm unclear about what the difference is between the two

FEATURE Erase arthritis

March 2015 (Vol. 25 Issue 12) /

Unlikely as it sounds, many cases of rheumatoid and osteoarthritis can be cured by clearing your body of unwanted bugs in your gut, says Cate Montana

FEATURE Mind games

December 2014 (Vol. 25 Issue 9) /

Becky Shaw's thyroid problems and food allergies were misdiagnosed for years as a mental illness for which she was prescribed powerful antipsychotics and antidepressants

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