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I don't think so. You might be trying to mask an underlying problem. I suggest you visit a doctor and get proper medical advice. At the moment, there are so many questions. Like how long has this been? What sort of foods are you eating? Etc etc.
eat slightly green bananas. they don't taste as good, but they tend to help everything clump together.
I don't know
When someone has Celiac disease or a gluten intolerance, it's MUCH more than just diarrhea... so if that's your only symptom, then it could be due to a number of various things. Therefore, going gluten free for that reason makes no sense at all.
If you have persistent issues with diarrhea, I would recommend a visit to the doctor to figure out what could be the problem and then go from there to find a solution.
It's something to try, some people have a gluten sensitivity, but cutting out gluten isn't a guaranteed cure-all. Maybe try it for a week or two and see how you feel! Go back to eating wheat if you don't notice a different and try something else.
If anything, gluten free worsens it. The only people that should be eating gluten free are those with Celiac disease. What I suggest you do is cut red meat for a bit. I gave up red meat for Lent during Easter time and I noticed that I felt less gassy and my stomach felt lighter and hurted less. I hope this helps! If not, maybe eat more fruit and vegetables because they help regulate your metabolism.
i don't think that it will have any effect
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