A special type of digestive enzyme supplement could help people with irritable bowel syndrome tolerate prebiotic fiber rich foods, suggests a new clinical study.
The first clinical study of the herb Boswellia serrata for irritable bowel syndrome has found that it was as good at providing quick symptom relief as pharmaceutical drugs, with fewer side-effects.
Sensitivity to wheat in people without celiac disease is controversial, but a new study has found evidence of intestinal damage and helps us understand why some people develop symptoms.
The amino acid glutamine is a popular dietary supplement for digestive health, and the first clinical trial in people with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) has found it works well.
Supplementation with vitamin D has previously been shown to benefit digestive health, and a new study helps explain why: vitamin D improves your gut bacteria.
Vitamin D supplements could be a very effective way to relieve digestive symptoms according to the first study in people with irritable bowel syndrome.
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