We’ve covered a lot of ground on this season of SIBO Made Simple, and along the way we’ve received some amazing listener questions. In today’s episode, past practitioners come back to answer them all. Dr. Allison Siebecker tackles some of the nuances of SIBO treatment, Dr. Jason Wysocki chimes in on structural and thyroid-related queries, Dr. Will Cole talks about experimental treatments like FMT, and Kate Scarlata clears up some diet confusion.
If you don’t hear your question, don’t stress—there’s a big possibility I’ll be getting to it with a dedicated episode in season 2. Make sure to listen to the end of this week’s podcast for a sneak peak of the topics we’ll be covering later this spring when SIBO Made Simple comes back from hiatus! And finally, don’t miss my recap of the SIBO Symposium in Portland, and a special announcement about a FREE program I’m offering April 1st: The Spring Gut Reset.
A quick taste of what we’ll cover:
- What health trends are not good for you if you have SIBO, from CBD to adaptogens
- Do you take the herbs on an empty stomach or with meals?
- How drinking alcohol factors into SIBO diets
- What preventative herbs to take if you get food poisoning
- Whether having your ileocecal valve removed effects treatment
- The correlation between SIBO and other hidden infections like mold, candida, and heavy metals?
- How to go about a low histamine diet in conjunction with low FODMAP without going insane
- If you’re prone to food poisoning, should you eat like a pregnant person?
- Hashimoto’s and SIBO – where do you start your treatment plan?
- Is SIBO real? What do you say to the haters
- And so much more…
Resources, mentions and notes:
- The Spring Gut Reset – Click here to join my FREE program!
- Join the SIBO Made Simple Facebook Community Page
- SIBO Symposium 2019
- Kate Scarlata’s post on Mast Cell Activation Syndrome and Histamine Intolerance
- Dr Cole’s post on Helminth Therapy
This episode is brought to you by The Spring Gut Reset. On April 1st, I’m offering a FREE online program to give your digestive system the spring break it deserves. While the podcast is on hiatus, this 5-day boot camp will give us the opportunity to institute the best practices we’ve learned on this show, build more community, and share in some delicious virtual meals together. Regardless of what’s going on down under—SIBO, IBS, or any manner of tummy wonkiness—this program is designed to meet you where you’re at. Click here to read more and sign-up for free!
Disclaimer: The information in this podcast does not provide medical advice, professional diagnosis, opinion, or treatment. The information discussed is for educational purposes only and is not a substitute for medical or professional care.
What is the prescription for the Immunoglobins at the 32 minute mark that you are taking?
I would like to know what the immunoglobins you are taking at the 32 mark that is great for complexion?
Phoebe Lapine says
it’s called enteragam and is prescription.
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Egg-related dishes are my favorites
moto x3m says
By consuming foods that aren’t intended for them, the incorrect bacteria can disturb your digestive system by outnumbering the helpful bacteria that you need to have there.