Association of Habitual Dietary Fiber Intake and Fecal Microbiome Gene Abundance with Gastrointestinal Symptoms in an Irritable Bowel Syndrome Cohort
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CitationN. Roy, P. Heenan, C. Wall, W. Young, C. Carco, J. Keenan, P. Cotter, P. Maclean, J. Mullaney, K, Fraser, S. James, W. McNabb, R. Gearry, Association of Habitual Dietary Fiber Intake and Fecal Microbiome Gene Abundance with Gastrointestinal Symptoms in an Irritable Bowel Syndrome Cohort, Current Developments in Nutrition, Volume 4, Issue Supplement_2, June 2020, Page 1581, https://doi.org/10.1093/cdn/nzaa062_038
AbstractObjectives: Dietary fibre supplementation is recognised as important for functional gastrointestinal disorders (FGID). The exact role of the microbiome in this relationship remains unclear. We explored differences in dietary fibre intake, GI symptoms and the fecal microbiome in those with FGID.
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