Weinstock Masterclass Recording

What if it's more than just SIBO?

If you're struggling with SIBO but you also have other conditions or "unexplained" symptoms, this is the Masterclass for you. 

Learn about the link between Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS), Ehlers Danlos Syndrome (EDS), and SIBO in this 3-hour Masterclass with SIBO pioneer Dr. Leonard Weinstock.

Watch a preview of the course right now below. 

The Sneaky SIBO Complications (That You Probably Haven't Heard of Yet) Masterclass and Q&A 
Taught by Dr. Leonard Weinstock, Gastroenterologist


Does this sound like you?

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    You have SIBO (Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth) or are a SIBO practitioner looking for answers.
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    You want to get and sustain remission from SIBO but you don’t know where to dig deeper.
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    You suspect inflammation, Leaky Gut, or Mast Cell Activation Syndrome is making symptoms worse.
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    You have no idea what is Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS) is or how it overlaps with SIBO!
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     You wonder which came first -  Mast Cell Activation Syndrome or SIBO?
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    You're wondering what POTS- Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome is and wonder if it could be related to SIBO?
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    You feel faint when you stand up sometimes... How does that relate to SIBO?
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    You are super flexible? (What does that have to do with SIBO??)

Are you trying to figure out if:

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    You have underlying causes that are making treatment difficult?

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    You are a candidate for Low-Dose Naltrexone (LDN) (what some call the “miracle drug”)?
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    LDN could be your answer?
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    Your joint pain is associated with your gut issues?
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    Your hives, muscle pain, fatigue - could it be more than “just” SIBO?
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    Restless Leg Syndrome or Rosacea is related to your SIBO?
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    You will ever feel like yourself again?
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    You could have EDS- Ehlers Danlos Syndrome aka “bendy body” ... Are your intestines “loopy”?

Learn about MCAS (Mass Cell Activation Syndrome) EDS (Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome), Inflammation, SIBO imposters and originators from a double-board-certified pioneer of modern SIBO treatment.

 The Sneaky SIBO Complications 
(that you probably haven't heard of yet)

There are 48 symptoms associated with Mast Cell Activation Syndrome and SIBO — do you know what they are?

Understanding MCAS and the inflammation it causes is essential for anyone interested in putting SIBO in remission.

Learn how to manage restless leg syndrome, Rosacea, IBS, Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, Automimmune Issues, and SIBO using what Dr. Weinstock does in his clinical practice...

Join us for this exclusive
 Masterclass Recording with 
Dr. Leonard Weinstock, Gastroenterologi
The Sneaky SIBO Complications (That You Probably Haven't Heard Of)

Dr. Weinstock is just back to his clinic from a breakthrough conference in Mast Cell Activation Syndrome where they studied, discussed, debated and focused on one topic.. MCAS taught by Dr. Lawrence Afrin and Dr. Tania Demsey, the world renowned leaders in this field. 

Dr. Leonard B. Weinstock is Board Certified in Gastroenterology and Internal Medicine. He is president of Specialists in Gastroenterology and the Advanced Endoscopy Center; teaches at Barnes-Jewish Hospital; and is an Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine and Surgery at Washington University School of Medicine.

Additionally, he is a primary investigator at the Sundance Research Center and an active lecturer and writer with more than 80 published articles, abstracts, editorials, and book chapters. 

Finally get Your Questions Answered

These questions were asked and answered...get the recording so you can learn along with us...

Should SIBO be treated with antibiotics/herbals while on meds for mast

cell? How do you simultaneously treat SIBO and mast cell (and should you)?

What is the relationship between h-pylori and SIBO? 

What kinds of root causes would cause secondary immunodeficiency (I. E. Low IgG and low secondary IgG 1-3)? 

It is advisable to continue taking supplements that you regularly take during the treatment phase? Or is it best to stop taking them during treatment?  

What is the safest, most effective treatments for hydrogen and methane?

I’ve heard that people need to take a break from low dose erythromycin every 6 months to maintain effectiveness as a prokinetic. Does this also happen with prucalopride? 

What You Get When You Join Us For This Masterclass Recording

Unlimited online access to the video and audio recording


Hear smart questions and answers asked by participants during the live event


Your Purchase Includes: 

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    Recording of the entire Masterclass with Q&A 
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    Handouts and resources to follow along
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    Exclusive patient handouts 
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     Audio and transcripts files, yours to keep for your library

What will happen once you click the purchase button?

You will be taken to a page where you can fill in your credit card or PayPal details.

If by any chance you're unable to validate your card, just email us at [email protected] and well make sure you're taken care of.

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.

If you have any further questions or concerns, please email [email protected].