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Dietary fibre supplementation with psyllium or gum arabic reduced incontinent stools and improved stool consistency in community living adults

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  • Sources of funding: National Institute of Nursing Research; National Institute of Health; the American Federation for Aging Research; Sigma Theta Tau Zeta.

  • For correspondence: Dr D Z Bliss, University of Minnesota School of Nursing, Minneapolis, MN, USA. bliss{at}tc.umn.edu

  • A modified version of this abstract appears in Evidence-Based Medicine.

  • * Information provided by the author