IBS Drinks: The Best and the Worst

It is a matter of fact that every sufferer of Irritable Bowel Syndrome focuses only on “What to eat”. Patients of IBS don’t pay attention to drinks in daily routine life. Although some of the drinks are very perilous for that type of patient, some drinks have very advantageous results for the IBS disease. Moreover, correct diagnosis is very essential for the treatment of IBS. Without a diagnosis, it is not wise that you quit your favorite food and drinks. After reading this article you will be able to choose safe drinks if you are a sufferer of IBS.

IBS: What to drink?

First question which comes to our minds is that what should we drink which can relieve Irritable Bowel Syndrome? Here we are giving you a list of IBS drinks which is beneficial in IBS.

Juices of Various Fruits

Low Fructose fruits are perfect for Juices. These juices can be made from Juicer machine. If you want to make sweeter, you can add white sugar to make a sweeter juice for IBS. Following fruits are the best option to make juice to get rid of IBS.

  • Pineapple
  • Grapes
  • Lemons
  • Bananas
  • Cranberries
Best IBS Drinks

Precaution: Make Juice from Fresh Organic Fruits (Above mentioned)

Vegetable Juices:

Certain vegetables are very helpful for our digestive system. Moreover, these vegetables are present in low FODMAP. These types of vegetables are really a blessing for patients of Irritable Bowel Syndrome. In addition, you can make juices from low FODMAP vegetables and enjoy delicious tastes. Here we are enlisting several vegetables which are

  • Cucumber
  • Carrot
  • Broccoli
  • Celery
  • Pumpkin
  • Spinach
  • Turnips
  • Ginger
  • Tomatoes
  • Parsley
Best Vegetable IBS Drinks

Precautions: In vegetable Juices, don’t use garlic and onions. Garlic and Onion can aggravate the situation.

Hot Drinks:

Caffeine is considered the main trigger of IBS. But there are many alternatives to Caffeine. You may use these teas without any hesitation if you are a sufferer of IIBS. According to a study, If you are very keen to take caffeine tea, you may use caffeine tea in a small amount.

  • Green Tea
  • Herbal Tea
  • Ginger Tea
Substitutes of Milk

Dairy milk and dairy products can worsen the symptoms of IBS. Dairy Milk enlists on top of the triggers list. You may be shocked after knowing that there are many other alternatives to Dairy Milk. Here we are writing some of those alternatives which do not have negative impacts on patients with disturbed gut.

  • Almond Milk
  • Rice Milk
  • Milk of Coconut

Soy milk can be an option but be careful while using it. High FODMAP contains Soy Milk

Diluted Apple Cider Vinegar

ACV is another great option to drink. Make sure before using it that it is diluted in water. One glass of diluted Apple Cider Vinegar in water in morning can help to relieve constipation and maintain regular movement of bowel.


Blessings of God are countless. But water is the greatest blessing of God. A sizeable amount of water in a day would help to relax your disturbed large intestine. Make a habit to drink more than 12 glasses of water in a day if you are a patient of Irritable Bowel Syndrome.

IBS: What not to Drink

Every sufferer knows that what not to eat. But a few people know that what not to drink. There are a large number of drinks which might worsen your IBS symptoms. But we care about our readers, here we are jotting down various drinks which are very perilous for an unhealthy gut.

Carbonated Drinks

Yeah! I love soda bottles. But do you know? that soda bottles are carbonated which may cause sever bloating. So don’t use soda bottles if you are facing bloating.

Juices with high Fructose

Fruits with high fructose are also intolerants for IBS. Some of those fruits are the following;

  • Apple
  • Watermelon
  • Mangoes
  • Pears
Do you Know?

According to a study, 1/3 sufferers of IBS are intolerant to Fructose.

Worst IBS Drinks

These suggested drinks have good results in common, if these drinks have any negative effect on your health and your digestive system. Consult with your doctor. IBS Symptoms and triggers vary from person to person.

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