Specific carbohydrate diet

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The Specific Carbohydrate Diet (SCD) is a highly restrictive diet created by Sidney V. Haas and then popularized by Elaine Gottschall, a relative of one of Haas' patients. The diet is intended to treat various gastrointestinal disorders and systemic diseases, notably irritable bowel syndrome, although there is a lack of evidence regarding its effectiveness and safety.

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