Fructose malabsorption can cause IBS symptoms

Fructose malabsorption -- the inability to digest natural sugars found in fruits and veggies -- may contribute to symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome, researchers say. Patients are diagnosed by a hydrogen breath test, and treatment includes restricting intake of fruits and vegetables and then gradually adding foods back to determine what triggers digestive problems.

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