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Study Explores Fiber’s Role in Managing Stomach Disturbances

Study Explores Fiber’s Role in Managing Stomach Disturbances

Adding more fiber to the diet can help manage Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) symptoms, such as diarrhea, bloating, and constipation, according to a new study.

Fiber boosts gut bacteria and builds a healthy gut lining. Researchers emphasize the importance of dietary fiber in maintaining gut health, especially for those with IBS.

Fiber encourages regular bowel movements and supports a thriving gut microbiome, essential for immune function and digestion.

Plant-based foods like whole grains and vegetables are rich sources of fiber, offering numerous benefits for digestive health. This study underscores the value of fiber-rich diets in managing IBS and promoting overall well-being.

A lack of dietary fiber can have detrimental effects on both overall health and gut health.

Recent studies suggest a possible link between higher fiber intake and a reduced risk of Crohn’s disease, highlighting the preventive potential of fiber-rich diets against certain gastrointestinal conditions.

Source: Oman News Agency