Low-FODMAP diet helps manage gut symptoms in quiescent IBD

Although patients with inflammatory bowel disease may have their disease in objective control, many still experience persistent gut symptoms. A diet low in fermentable oligosaccharides, disaccharides, monosaccharides and polyols may help manage those symptoms, according to study results.Kevin Whelan, PhD, of the department of nutritional sciences at King’s College in London, and colleagues wrote that it is unclear why these symptoms persist, but they could be due to lingering inflammation or even the psychological impact of IBD.“These persistent gut symptoms impact health-relatedRead More

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