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Introduction: A diet high in fermented, oligio-, di-, monosaccharide, and polyols

(FODMAP) has been shown to exacerbate symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome

(IBS). Previous literature has shown significant improvement in IBS symptoms

Introduction: A diet high in fermented, oligio-, di-, monosaccharide, and polyols

(FODMAP) has been shown to exacerbate symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome

(IBS). Previous literature has shown significant improvement in IBS symptoms after

adherence to a low FODMAP diet (LFD). However, dietary adherence to the LFD is

difficult with patients stating that information provided by healthcare providers

(HCPs) is generalized and nonspecific requiring them to search for supplementary

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