How Do I Get The Latest Updates On IBS?
The internet is ripe with information on IBS and other conditions that affect the gut. Unfortunately, it can get to be a little too much sometimes. Perhaps it leaves you feeling like you are trapped in an internet browser with too many tabs open. Meanwhile, you have questions:
IrritableBowelSyndrome.net is home to countless articles and/or recipes written by:
- Advocates living with IBS
- Providers like registered dietitians, naturopaths, and gastroenterologists
- Our Editorial Team
We also offer a place to vent your concerns in our forums section and much more. But maybe you are tired of browsing all day? If only there were a way to get weekly highlights on all of our daily published articles. The good news is you do not need to do any strenuous research. We have done it for you by curating content that matters to you.
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What is in the IBS newsletter?
At the bottom of each newsletter, we offer a chance to read community member-submitted stories. Community members are people like you who come to our site and interact with other members!
We are always accepting stories from you! If you are interested, tell us your diagnosis journey, how you found a routine that works for you, or anything IBS-related. And if you are not ready, that is OK. You can catch up on others’ stories on our website at any time.
I spy something delicious! Each week, below our articles and stories section of the newsletter, you will find a featured recipe. We understand that some ingredients listed in our recipes may be a trigger food for some people. Please be sure to omit or substitute any ingredients that do not work for you. Each recipe includes this disclaimer, as well as a photo, prep time, ingredients, directions, and nutritional facts.
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