Inulin fiber and inflammatory bowel disease consumption have been hailed in recent years for a host of health advantages, including better gut health and digestion. But a new study has shown a possible drawback for those who have inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). According to this study, inulin fiber—which is frequently included in a wide range of meals and supplements—may make IBD symptoms worse. We'll examine the study's findings and their implications for people with IBD in this post.