Low-fiber/low-residue diet

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Low-fiber/low-residue diet - a low-fiber/low-residue diet is a diet that restricts the intake of fiber and other indigestible substances, such as seeds and skins, in order to minimize the bulk of stool and reduce stress on the digestive system. Low-fiber/low-residue diets are often recommended for individuals with digestive problems, such as irritable bowel syndrome, inflammatory bowel disease, and diverticulitis, as well as for individuals preparing for certain medical procedures.

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