SIBO

The top 13 things I learned (or re-learned) about health this year

1. Your home’s health is just as important as your own – check the humidity and have a look around for mold 2. The role of the gut microbiome remains understated. For one thing, your microbes steal your minerals if you don’t provide sufficient amounts. Water is one vesicle for minerals and there are companies …

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How to Find a Protein Powder That Supports Your Healing Journey

This article is oriented towards those using Protein Powders during recovery from chronic illness, it is not necessarily going to be helpful for those looking to lose or gain weight within the context of athletic training. From a holistic perspective, Protein powder is a processed food – and meant to be an addition to your …

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Enema vs. Colonic. Which Is Right For You?

Enema, Coffee Enemas, Colonics (Colon Hydrotherapy), Probiotic Implants; with each subsequent discovery of these therapies I was gaining better management of my health symptoms and was amazed that more people weren’t talking about their benefits! But, there were two mistakes I made in the early stages of my health journey that prevented me from accessing …

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Are Adhesions The Missing Piece to Resolving Your Digestive Issues?

 If you have unrelenting IBS, SIBO, dysbiosis, abdominal cramping and abnormal BM’s, addressing potential adhesions is something that you should make a part of your treatment plan. When I first began my journey to address intestinal adhesions, I felt SO lost due to how spread out across the internet the information is. So I’ve made a …

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Stool Testing Techniques: Culture vs. PCR and Beyond

For those looking to get to the root of their health issues, a stool test can offer important insights. Many health issues can be traced back to the presence of pathogenic microbes or parasites, lack of beneficial microbes or lack of general diversity. However, it is important to know the difference between the types of …

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Inulin for Microbiome Restoration – Clinical Research

Is Inulin beneficial for your gut health? Thanks to the spreading popularity of diets like Low Fodmap, SCD Diet and Biphasic; patients working on Leaky Gut, IBS, IBD or dysbiosis are getting the idea that Inulin isn’t good for gut health; despite the fact that it can play a much needed role in microbiome restoration if you know when/how to …

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