Randomised clinical trial: the efficacy of gut‐directed hypnotherapy is similar to that of the low FODMAP diet for the treatment of irritable bowel syndrome

@article{Peters2016RandomisedCT,
  title={Randomised clinical trial: the efficacy of gut‐directed hypnotherapy is similar to that of the low FODMAP diet for the treatment of irritable bowel syndrome},
  author={S. L. Peters and Chu K Yao and Hamish Philpott and Gregory Wayne Yelland and Jane G. Muir and Peter R. Gibson},
  journal={Alimentary Pharmacology \& Therapeutics},
  year={2016},
  volume={44}
}
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