Low FODMAP Diet Helps Lingering Symptoms of Controlled IBD

One cannot tell if a food is high for low in FODMAPs just by looking at it. Some of these foods (like asparagus and peas) are high in FODMAPs, and some (like green beans and zucchini) are low. Photography Image © FotografiaBasica | Getty Images
A randomized controlled trial published in January 2020 in the journal Gastroenterology found that a diet low in FODMAPs (fermentable oligosaccharides, disaccharides, monosaccharides, and polyols) was safe and effective for managing persistent gut symptoms in people whose digestive symptoms linger despite controlled inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). This four-week study conducted in the United Kingdom assigned […]
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