Some more amazing diets for IBS sufferers

Mar 25, 2016

Days 6 and 7

Have you been suffering from diarrhoea and are concerned about what foods you can eat? Here are two more daily meal plans that are compatible with IBS.

Meal plan 1Meal plan 2

–          Cheese omelette

–          Toasted rice bread with butter


–          Greek salad

–          Jacket potato and grated cheese


–          Stuffed Marrow

–          Mixed vegetables

–          Low calorie Jelly


  • Cornflakes with chopped nuts
  • Dried fruit mixture


  • Chicken drumsticks
  • Green vegetables
  • Rye crackers with butter


  • Baked Haddock with roast potatoes
  • Peas
  • Ginger biscuits



Recipe: Cheese omelette
2 eggs

Olive oil

Grated Cheese

Salt and pepper

–          Pour a thin layer of olive oil onto the base of the pan and gently heat for a few minutes

–          Crack the eggs into a bowel along with some salt and pepper and mix

–          Put the egg mixture into the pan and wait for it to begin firming up

–          When there is only a small amount of raw egg left, spring the cheese over the omelette


Recipe: Greek salad
5 small tomatoes

1 cucumber, deseeded

½ Red onion

10 Kalamata olives

50g feta cheese

3 tbsp of Greek olive oil

–          Cut the tomatoes into quarters

–          Peel the cucumber and dice into un-even pieces

–          Thinly slice the onion

–          Mix all the ingredients together, sprinkling the olive oil over the bowel as the final step




Recipe: Stuffed marrow
1 medium onion

1 garlic clove

180g rice

100g margarine

100g mushrooms

450 ml water

1 tsp dry yeast

1 egg

1.5kg marrow

2 tsp mixed herbs

–          Chop the onion

–          Crush the garlic

–          Chop the mushrooms

–          Beat the egg

–          Pre-heat oven to 180oC (350oF)


1)      Fry the onion garlic and rice in 50g of the margarine for a 4-5 minutes

2)      Add the water and mushrooms are wait for all the water to be absorbed

3)      Turn off the heat and add the egg to the mixture

4)      Split the marrow lengthways and remove any seeds

5)      Spread the remaining 50g of margarine (melted) throughout the marrow and add the stuffing

6)      Cook the mixture in the pre-heated oven for 40-45 mins until golden brown


Recipe: Ginger biscuits
225g plain flower

2 tsp ground ginger

1 medium egg

100g sugar

1 tsp bicarbonate of soda

100g vegetable oil


If you do not have bicarbonate of soda, you can replace it, and the plain flower, with 225g of self-raising flower.

Pre-heat the oven to 160oC (325oF)

–          Mix all the ingredients together in a mixing bowel

–          Form the mixture into patties

–          Bake in the oven for 30 mins until golden brown


Allow the biscuits to cool prior to being served


We hope you enjoy the recipes. Remember, our internationally renowned private gastroenterologists can diagnose your illness with tests such as endoscopy and colonoscopy. Our dieticians can help you manage your condition with appropriate nutritional support. For an appointment, please phone 020 7183 7965.


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