If you suspect Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO), the obvious question is: how do I begin SIBO testing? But – like everything else with SIBO! – the answer isn’t black and white. There are multiple tests, ways to get tested, and the results aren’t a simple “positive or negative.” Today, I want to share everything
IBS & SIBO SOS™ Summit Vlog Today I want to share something I’m really excited about with you: our very first IBS & SIBO SOS™ video blog (AKA a vlog!) This is an excerpt from Dr. Ken Brown, MD’s presentation for the next IBS & SIBO SOS™ Summit in 2020! Dr. Brown is the creator
“When’s the baby due?” I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been asked this in my life, when the truth is: I’m just bloated! Yes – bloating and constipation can be minor annoyances for some people – but for others (like me) they can disrupt your entire life and cause serious issues. That’s why
If you have Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO) or IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) you may have heard of the Low-FODMAP diet. It’s a controversial diet plan, and for every practitioner who recommends it, there’s another who doesn’t. Today, my goal is to share some of these opinions with you so you can make your own
I’ve noticed a big trend in our SIBO SOS™ Community Facebook group. I grabbed a few screenshots to show you what I mean… What do you do when your Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth breath test is negative but you STILL have symptoms? Today I’m digging into this important topic and sharing some ideas and suggestions.