The holiday season gets underway this week. There are lots of potential pitfalls around alcoholic beverages and IBS. Alcohol itself can be a direct GI irritant for some people. Some people may have non-FODMAP reactions to consuming alcoholic beverages; for example, people with celiac disease or non-celiac gluten sensitivity cannot drink beer made with barley malt. Over-eating while under the influence of alcohol can trigger a bout of symptoms, especially if you indulge in too many sweets or high-FODMAP foods. However, I don’t subscribe to one-size-fits all lists of “everything to avoid for IBS” and I certainly don’t think that everyone with IBS must avoid all alcohol. There may be some adult beverages you can enjoy in moderation. Best all-around bets to minimize adverse reactions of all kinds: filtered, bottled beer or white wine aged in steel barrels.
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