SIBO | Small Intestine Bacteria Overgrowth

What is SIBO?

SIBO (Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth) is when there is an imbalance of bacteria within the small intestines.

What are the symptoms of SIBO?

With SIBO you can have a lot of pain in the gut, diarrhea, fatigue, digestive distress, gas, and bloating.  You can some times also have issues of anemia and even weight loss.

What is the root cause of SIBO?

The root cause is our diet. Most of us do not realize we have great control over our gut with the foods we put in our mouths.  The additives, chemicals, and properties of the food can either feed good bacteria or bad bacteria.  Rebuild the gut or damage the gut, how we eat is the largest impact on gut health.  Another aspect can also come from a lack of food moving through the digestive tract properly.  Foods with chemicals like glyphosates can damage the gut lining and destroy good bacteria, impacting absorption and proper breakdown of foods, making it hard to move your food through the small intestines.  The small intestines are where you do the majority of your nutrient absorption so keeping a balance here is key to our overall health.

Is there anything natural I can do for SIBO?

Doing the GAPS diet is a great way to restore balance to the body.  This protocol is designed to support you helping to bring balance to the gut. We always suggest getting your microbiome healthy working properly, this is part of this journey of balancing the body.

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