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Food Diary for Ibs: Keep Track of Food and Symptoms Frances P. Robinson

Food Diary for Ibs: Keep Track of Food and Symptoms

Frances P. Robinson

Published January 6th 2015
ISBN : 9781506106281
Paperback
112 pages
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 About the Book 

Food Diary for IBS is designed to track foods consumed and identify symptoms related to IBS or other digestive disorders. Identifying offending foods that trigger a negative reaction (and eliminating them) is an important step to help minimize orMoreFood Diary for IBS is designed to track foods consumed and identify symptoms related to IBS or other digestive disorders. Identifying offending foods that trigger a negative reaction (and eliminating them) is an important step to help minimize or avoid symptoms. This book contains a Food and Symptom Log in the front section to record offending foods and symptoms. These pages includes columns for: Date, Food, Symptoms and Rate (of symptom severity). This section reveals a quick overview of offending foods and symptoms. The interior Daily Log pages is a place to write in date of entry and the following: - Time or Meal (Write in time or Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Snack) - Food or Drink Consumed - Yes or No (Check correct box if food did or did not cause symptoms) - List foods that may be causing a problem (In this section write details if a certain food caused symptoms and describe. If symptoms did occur, transfer this info to the Food and Symptom Log in front of book.) - Describe Bowel Activity (Write details of bowel movements, frequency and consistency, etc.) - Stress Level Today (Check if stress level was Mild, Average or Severe) The Food Diary for IBS contains enough Daily Log pages to track food and symptom data for 3 full months (or 93 daily entries).