Spicy, high-fat foods and some artificial sweeteners can cause diarrhea.

To assess which foods cause diarrhea, people can keep a diary of the food and symptoms that occur after eating.

It can help identify a link between certain foods and diarrhea symptoms.

When suffering from food-induced diarrhea, you should keep enough water for your body, drink more water than usual to maintain the hydration process, do not use tea, caffeine, diluted juice …

You should also add probiotics that are beneficial bacteria that live in the intestines.

While foods rich in insoluble fiber can worsen diarrhea, foods containing soluble fiber help promote stool formation, reducing diarrhea.