Welcome to our BLOG

Recently awarded Philadelphia Magazine's - Best of Philly 2018, our goal is to liberate you from the nutrition myths and fad diets running rampant online.

All Posts

What are the differences between IBS-C and IBS-D?

Shared symptoms between IBS-C and IBS-D

  • Abdominal pain
  • Cramping
  • Bloating
  • Mucus in the stool
  • Excess gas
  • Fatigue
  • Trouble Sleeping
  • Anxiety and Stress

Differences between IBS-C and IBS-D

  • Constipation — Straining, infrequent stools, hard or lumpy stools, and/or a feeling that the bowel does not empty completely.  You may feel as if there is a “blockage” preventing them from passing stools.
  • Chronic (regular) diarrhea can indicate that you have IBS.  Details on diarrhea and constipation can be found here and here!

Our IBS Diet main page teaches you how to make simple dietary changes to relieve your discomfort.  Check it out!

Have you joined our IBS Support Group yet? Led by Kaitlyn Willwerth MS, RD, use this Q&A group as a forum to learn from experts and support the community.

IBS DietHave you joined our IBS Support Group yet? Led by Kaitlyn Willwerth MS, RD, use this Q&A group as a forum to learn from experts and support the community.

 

Britney Kennedy
Britney Kennedy
Britney is the founder of OnPoint Nutrition

Related Posts

PCOS and Fertility

Controlling PCOS symptoms and hormone levels is your best strategy for improving fertility for PCOS.  The...
Britney Kennedy May 17, 2020 10:17:51 PM

PCOS and Weight Loss

Weight loss can be difficult for women with PCOS, but it is achievable.  It is important to remember that...
Britney Kennedy May 17, 2020 10:15:24 PM

PCOS and Intermittent Fasting

We do not recommend Intermittent Fasting for long term PCOS symptom relief.  If you have PCOS, it is very...
Britney Kennedy May 17, 2020 10:07:30 PM