Dr. Ami Kapadia, MD
Is SIFO (Small Intestine Fungal Overgrowth) Complicating Your SIBO Diagnosis? with Dr. Ami Kapadia, MD
If you’ve been dealing with SIBO long term, you can’t afford to ignore yeast overgrowth
- Small Intestine Fungal Overgrowth (SIFO) happens when normal candida yeast in the body overgrow in the intestines
- People who have SIBO (Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth) or Irritable Bowel Syndrome are at increased risk of developing SIFO, too
- SIBO, IBS & SIFO all cause the SAME symptoms (and can explain why symptoms stick around even after SIBO has been treated)
- SIFO also is related to gluten and food intolerances, histamine intolerance, Inflammatory Bowel Diseases, and skin disorders
Treating yeast overgrowth is a key piece of healing the SIBO puzzle!
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Your Teacher: Dr. Ami Kapadia
Dr. Kapadia completed her medical school education at Jefferson Medical College and her residency training in family medicine at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia, PA. She has been studying integrative, holistic, environmental and functional medicine for the past 15 years. She has pursued training through the Institute for Functional Medicine and The American Academy of Environmental Medicine, and is certified by the American Board of Integrative and Holistic Medicine (ABIHM). She has worked with patients from diverse backgrounds at inner-city clinics, Veterans’ hospitals, and urgent care clinics. She currently sees patients at Kwan Yin Healing Arts Center in Portland Oregon where she combines western and functional medicine diagnostics with traditional and complementary therapies to help patients reach their health goals.
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We are going to share the EXACT protocols that worked on us and many others. It is not meant to diagnose or treat disease, nor does it replace the 1-on-1 relationship with your primary care physician. Always consult a medical professional before taking supplements and work along with them as you work on your SIBO.