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