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Purpose: To determine whether there is a signi cant relationship between the consumption of alcohol, purines and boron, and the incidence of irritable bowel syndrome or frequent diarrhoea. Design: Statistical survey of diets. Materials and Methods: 120 individuals, seeking help with chronic health problems, were assessed for their intake of purines, alcohol and boron, which are dietary items that use body stores of vitamin B2 and molybdenum. They stated whether they had irritable bowel syndromedoi:10.1080/13590840020030230 fatcat:z4ychchtqbd43m3yfgzr5c6c3u