The low FODMAP diet reduced symptoms in a patient with endometriosis and IBS
Keywords: irritable bowel syndrome, IBS, FODMAP diet,
AbstractIrritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and endometriosis are little researched co-morbidities. Symptoms overlap and the lack of a suitable biological marker or a non-invasive diagnostic test, in both cases, make diagnosis complex and confusing.1 IBS is a gastrointestinal condition diagnosed by the absence of organic disease and the presence of recurrent abdominal pain and alteration in bowel habit.2
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Jankovich, E., & Watkins, S. (2017). The low FODMAP diet reduced symptoms in a patient with endometriosis and IBS. South African Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 30(4), 32-36. Retrieved from http://sajcn.co.za/index.php/SAJCN/article/view/1301
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