Fructose, alcohol, caffeine, fried and fatty foods are all causes of diarrhea in patients with irritable bowel syndrome, according to WebMD. Additionally, foods containing dairy products may worsen the condition, particu... More »

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Foods to avoid during an episode of diarrhea include fatty foods, milk and other dairy products, alcohol, caffeine and artificial sweeteners. A plain diet should be consumed for the first 24 hours, according to Everyday ... More »

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The foods to avoid during a bout of diarrhea include dairy products, fatty foods, alcohol, caffeine and artificial sweeteners, explains Beth W. Orenstein for Everyday Health. It is also helpful to avoid foods that are kn... More »

When dealing with ulcerative colitis, some foods to avoid include alcohol, caffeine, popcorn and raw foods, according to WebMD. Other foods those with ulcerative colitis should avoid include dried peas, nuts, spicy food,... More »

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Mayo Clinic notes that indigestion is commonly caused by eating too quickly, overeating, drinking carbonated beverages, alcohol, caffeine, chocolate, anxiety, smoking, certain antibiotics, iron supplements, pain reliever... More »

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Fried, greasy foods and dairy products are foods to avoid when suffering from diarrhea, according to Everyday Health. People suffering from diarrhea should also avoid foods and beverages that dehydrate the body, such as ... More »

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Eat foods high in fiber to avoid constipation, such as beans and whole-grain breads and pastas, recommends WebMD. All fruits and vegetables have fiber in them as well, so adding fruits and vegetables to your diet can als... More »

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