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Last Updated: 10 November 2022

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The low-FODMAP diet and the gluten-free diet in the management of functional abdominal bloating and distension

This report summarizes recent findings on the role of low-FODMAP diet and gluten-free diet in functional abdominal bloating and distension, an emerging disorder of gut-brain interaction characterized by high costs for healthcare providers and a major impact on patient quality of life. Up to 84% of patients with irritable bowel syndrome have reported food-triggered symptoms, according to Ingested Food, which plays a vital role in the pathophysiology of gut-brain interactions. An abdominal bloating and distension study is reviewed by new studies assessing the effectiveness of the low-FODMAP diet and the gluten-free diet in abdominal bloating and distension. The majority of the studies on patients with IBS are from studies, but clinical trials in particular cohorts of patients with only functional abdominal bloating and distension have been missing to date. The reduction of the bloating observed in patients with IBS provides more insight into the potential efficacy of the low-FODMAP diet in functional abdominal bloating and distension.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fnut.2022.1007716


Clinical Study on the Roles of Honey Scallion White Paste in Treatment of Infant Abdominal Distension

In the treatment of infant abdominal distension, the aim is to determine the therapeutic effects of honey scallion white paste on umbilicus. The treatment was similar to the control group's, with 1560 patients receiving the umbilical application of honey processed scallion white paste. In two cases and control groups, the treatment group's improvement in syndrome scores after therapy was much higher than that of the control group. In the control group, the average disappearance time of abdominal distension and the average length of hospital stay in the treatment group were considerably shorter than those in the control group. Conclusion: The treatment of abdominal distension in children with honey processed onion white paste is safe, and the treatment has the features of fast operation and low cost, making it suitable for clinical use.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.9734/ijtdh/2022/v43i1830660

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