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Nearly 4 million adults in the United States are taking or have taken some type of probiotic for digestive health. But do probiotics really provide benefit to patients? Tell us what you think!
The International Organization for the Study of Inflammatory Bowel Diseases recently released a dietary guideline for IBD to provide the latest expert advice on foods and additives that may alleviate—or complicate—the disease. Take our poll to tell us about the dietary guidance you provide to your patients with IBD.
The authors of a new study presented at the ACG 2019 Annual Meeting evaluated data of more than 200 adult gastroenterology patients to characterize patients with avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder.
Do you know who developed the gluten-free diet? Take our pop quiz to find out.
At ACG 2018, Dr Stacy B Menees discussed her research on the impact of a diet with low FODMAP on patients with fecal incontinence. Here is an overview of her session.
Here are the latest stories on probiotics from Consultant360.
Laryngopharyngeal reflux is a common disorder. In a recent study, researchers investigated whether non-pharmacologic strategies, such as dietary interventions, were as efficacious as proton pump inhibitors in improving reflux symptoms.
Researchers performed a randomized controlled trial to examine the effects of a whole-grain diet on energy metabolism in participants.
Jonathan is a 32-year-old man concerned about his risk of colon cancer. He tells you that in response to online reports of the dangers of red and processed meat, he is thinking of becoming vegan to further cut his cancer risk. He asks if you think this is a good decision.