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IBS is difficult to diagnose in that there is no specific test or diagnostic criteria. Rather, it is a “diagnosis of exclusion.” This means it is diagnosed when other conditions with structural or biochemical diagnostic criteria (such as inflammatory bowel disease or celiac disease) have been ruled out.
Irritable bowel syndrome is very common in industrialized countries, with a prevalence estimated between 3% and 28% of the population.
Irritable Bowel Syndrome, as the name would imply indicates that the bowel is irritated. The important questions to ask are:
Why is the bowel irritated?
What is causing the irritation?
This is where food comes in. What we eat matters, and as the old saying goes, “One man’s food is another man’s poison.” So it would be foolish to ignore food as a culprit to IBS.
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