Dr. Norm Robillard
SIBO Diet Updates: New Action Plans
Are you confused about what you should or shouldn’t be eating
if you have IBS, SIBO, or other digestive issues?
You’re not the only one!
There are hundreds of opinions about what you should and shouldn’t eat if you have SIBO, IBS, or other digestive issues… but only 3 things really matter:
#1 Is it evidence-based? (Does the science back it up?)
#2 Is it safe? (Are there long-term physical or mental consequences to your health?)
#3 Does it work for YOU?
Cut through the noise and get the answers to these 3 questions at an exclusive SIBO SOS™ Masterclass and Q&A taught by Dr. Norm Robillard, creator of The Fast Tract Diet™. You’ll learn:
- The truth about what can and can’t “cure” SIBO
- Which diets can improve SIBO and IBS symptoms
- What a healthy microbiome looks like
- The Firmicutes to Bacteroidetes ratio (and why it matters)
- How to overcome hurdles with a lower carb diet
- And much more!
Take a deep dive into the pros and cons of multiple dietary approaches to treating the symtpoms of SIBO, IBS, and leaky gut, plus what the newest research-backed approaches are in the Masterclass.
In the BONUS Fast Tract Diet Masterclass you will learn:
- Why diet can be an alternative treatment for SIBO (even when antibiotics fail)
- Discover the five carbohydrate types the Fast Tract Diet™ restricts and why.
- Get the secret to reintroducing foods – even if you’ve been restricting for years.
- Why antibiotics are a shotgun approach to treating SIBO – and what to do instead.
Here’s Some of What You’ll Learn…
What people are saying about this Masterclass…
Your Teacher: Dr. Norm Robillard
Norman Robillard, Ph.D., Founder of Digestive Health Institute is a gut health expert, author and microbiologist. He is the creator of Fast Tract Diet – Fermentation Potential (FP) System, author of the Fast Tract Digestion book series and publisher of the Fast Tract Diet mobile app.
Dr. Norm received his Ph.D. in microbiology from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst studying Bacillus anthracis and other Bacillus species. His post-doctoral training at Tufts University, Boston focused on antibiotic resistance gene transfer. He was the first to demonstrate the transfer of genes (via conjugation) between the anaerobic gut microbes Bacteroides fragilis and E. coli.
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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.