Low FODMAP diet leads to improvements in IBS-D symptoms

A short-term strict low FODMAP diet and long-term ‘modified’ low FODMAP diet was linked to improvements in symptoms and quality of life in irritable bowel syndrome-diarrhea predominant patients, according to study results.“Compared to [traditional dietary advice (TDA)], [low FODMAP (LFD)] leads to significantly greater improvement in abdominal pain frequency, abdominal distention, bowel habit satisfaction, quality of life and significant reduction in intake of IBS medications,” Omesh Goyal, MD, associate professor, department of gastroenterology Dayanand MedicalRead More

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