Early this year, an article was posted in the official website of Monash University in Melbourne, Australia, citing the importance of avoiding certain types of foods in order to address Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). “A long-term study has shown that those who suffer IBS can effectively manage the condition by avoiding certain types of foods that trigger their symptoms,” said the article.
This academic endeavor headed by Monash University is of great value to any person challenged by this health condition. By determining what foods to eat and digest, the symptoms of IBS could successfully be improved and possibly remedied.
“Given such food-based approach, this must be taken as a priority to meet the intended goal. This approach is considered to be linked to the significance of ‘3-in-1 Digestive Formula’, which has the scientifically-formulated digestive enzymes and probiotics people could use to remedy IBS, (and even other forms gastrointestinal issues),” says Purely Scientific Spokesperson, Donald B. Opp.
What are the foods being mentioned that have to be avoided? Monash University further explained in its article that, “A diet low in foods belonging to a family of carbohydrates, FODMAPs (fermentable, oligosaccharides, disaccharides, monosaccharides and polyols) effectively reduces symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). FODMAPs are poorly absorbed by the digestive tract.”
People should be open-minded to adopting this certain approach. As known, IBS is quite difficult to remedy, and even its causes are not clearly well understood. However, this science development can be used to understand it better.
“The research team at Monash University has shown in earlier short-term studies that a diet low in FODMAPs may be used to control gastrointestinal symptoms associated with this condition,” further stated in the mentioned paper.
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