Low FODMAP diet improves symptoms in functional dyspepsia

Low FODMAP diet improves symptoms in functional dyspepsia

A low FODMAP diet improved predominant meal-related postprandial distress syndrome symptoms among patients with functional dyspepsia, according to a presentation at UEG Week Virtual.“Functional dyspepsia is very prevalent with a prevalence of 7.2% worldwide and is divided into PDS, postprandial distress syndrome, and EPS, epigastric pain syndrome. Current treatment options for functional dyspepsia are based on initial therapy with acid suppressive drugs for EPS and prokinetic drugs for PDS, although the overall efficacy of treatment options is often very limited,” Karen Van denRead More

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