S.I.B.O. “Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth”

Symptoms of S.I.B.O. are associated with include any or all of the following: IBS, IBD, Gas, Bloating, Nausea, Abdominal Pain, Diarrhea and/or Constipation, GERD (Reflux), Nutrient deficiencies.

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How LOW Stomach Acid Impacts SIBO 

Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth – known as SIBO – occurs when there is an excessive amount of colonic bacteria present in the small intestine. A healthy small intestine typically contains a very miniscule amount of bacteria. The small intestine is located in the upper portion of the abdomen and its purpose is to absorb nutrients […]

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Inspired Eats: Homemade Pumpkin Pie (SIBO Friendly!)

Who doesn’t love a delicious homemade pie during the holidays? If you’re trying to heal your gut, a classic pumpkin pie – full of gluten and sugar – might cause symptoms to flare. This SIBO and allergen friendly pumpkin pie (free of gluten, dairy, and eggs) is just the ticket to satisfy that sweet tooth […]

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You Don’t Have to Live with Gas + Belly Bloat! 

Gas and bloating can be bothersome, uncomfortable and downright embarrassing, but with 10 to 20 percent of adults experiencing belching and flatulence on the daily. It seems these seldom-spoken-about symptoms are more common than you might expect! After all, gas and bloating are a normal part of the digestion process [1]. These symptoms alone aren’t […]

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Don’t Suffer in Silence: Constipation + Diarrhea

Do you struggle with alternating constipation and/or diarrhea? Most people have had the occasional upset stomach after a heavy meal. A few have even experienced nausea and diarrhea the morning after a long night out. Now, imagine having these symptoms on a regular basis. Without a doubt, it would affect your quality of life. Between […]

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Got IBS? The cause might be Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO)

Although the number of people with Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO) remains unknown, studies on this highly misunderstood and often unknown condition suggests that between 6-15%​ of healthy people have it, while up to ​80%​ of people with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) have developed this illness. The stats suggest you may be dealing with a […]

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IBS + SIBO: A Functional Medicine Nurse Practitioner’s Story

Who knows what it’s like to be told at a young age you have IBS – irritable bowel syndrome? I do. This frustrating diagnosis made for copious amounts of anxiety when heading on dates, vacations and special moments. After all, I never knew if Sir diarrhea , Representative gas or Princess nausea might arrive, ugh! […]

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