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Low-FODMAP, gluten-free diet improves IBS symptoms  Healio

Patients with irritable bowel syndrome had improved symptom severity and normalized gut microbiota while following a low-FODMAP diet combined with a gluten-free diet, according to data published in BMC Gastroenterology.

“Recently, dietary components including wheat, gluten and fermentable oligo-di-monosaccharides and polyols have been suggested to play an essential role in the induction of IBS symptoms. Accordingly, there is some evidence supporting a clinically relevant positive effect for low-FODMAP and gluten-free diets in patients with IBS,” Kaveh Naseri, Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, and colleagues wrote. “The significant effect acknowledged to date is alterations in gut microbiota by varying gluten intake. ... However, the roles of alterations of gut microbiota due to the reduction in FODMAP intake in ongoing efficacy have yet to be explored.”

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