SIBO

SIBO or Small intestine bacterial overgrowth is a disorder of the small intestine that is the result of excessive bacterial growth.

 

 

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Where Does Cancer Come From?

People diagnosed with cancer naturally search for explanations for its origin and wonder how cancer might have been prevented.  The truth is that most cancers originate naturally within the human body from the moment of birth and continue throughout life. Studies looking for cancer in certain organs after people die from any type of accident …

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The Depression and Suicide Epidemic

Reading about the suicides of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain might surprise many because of the stereo-types associated with suicide such as social isolation, financial problems, or a relationship crisis. The truth is these suicides occurred because the U.S. is experiencing an epidemic of chronic depression.  Without depression or other psychiatric problems suicide does not …

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Reversing Autism with The Nemechek Protocol® – Update 2017

There is growing scientific evidence that an imbalance of intestinal bacteria called SIBO (Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth) along with excessive inflammation within the brain are responsible for the features associated with Autism as well as ADD/ADHD, mood disorders, and developmental delay in children. Bacterial overgrowth occurs when large numbers of bacterial that predominantly live in …

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How I Reverse Autism in Children

For anyone with small children with Autism, this article is my Christmas present to your child. There is growing scientific evidence that an imbalance of intestinal bacteria called SIBO (Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth) is responsible for triggering Autism. Small numbers of bacteria live in the upper, small intestine with larger numbers of bacteria down in …

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Suffer from Intestinal or Digestive Distress ?

  Do you have intestinal distress (constipation, diarrhea, frequent urination), excessive bloating or cramping after meals, food intolerance, anxiety, skin disruptions (eczema, rosacea), chronic pain, or recurrent UTI/bladder/strep infections? Or do you have a sour stomach if you miss meals, wake up feeling nauseated, get heartburn after certain foods, or have unusual patterns of hair …

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Which Happens First? ….. Bad Thyroid or Bad Bacteria?

Why do so many women have thyroid problems? Surprisingly, it looks like thyroid problems are closely tied to an overgrowth of intestinal bacteria. This opens up a new set of treatment options that makes one ask which problem happened first, the bad thyroid or bad bacteria? By age 65, roughly 10% of women develop low …

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Broken Mommies

The Autonomic Nervous System of many women breaks during pregnancy and if left untreated the damage may linger for a lifetime; I call them “Broken Mommies”. Autonomic injury is why Broken Mommies are unable to regain their pre-pregnancy health and suffer from foggy brains and poor memory, ADD, dizziness, chronic hunger and weight gain, intestinal …

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Choosing How You Die, One Meal at a Time

Too tired to fight with the kids over healthy food and snacks? Too tempted by tasty sugars and carbs to cut them from your diet? Let’s call your diet what it really is, it is your choice of death. Everything would be easy if we could really walk on the treadmill 30 extra minutes to …

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Inflammation and Depression

There are encouraging new findings about the cellular causes of depression which offers new hope for those who struggle with this disease. These same cellular mechanisms are also believed to be involved with bipolarism, schizophrenia, some forms of anxiety and probably PTSD. We now look at the “symptoms” of depression (low mood, fatigue, lack of …

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Gluten-Free Diets, Allergies, and Eczema – Common Markers of Bacterial Overgrowth

Gluten-free diets are hot right now, so are probiotics, fiber blends, and yogurt. People have found that these diets or products help their stomachs, intestinal tracts, skin, and overall health. What do all of these things really do for us? They change the acidity of your intestinal bacteria, but they are just the tip of …

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Has Modern Life Permanently Altered Our Intestinal Bacteria?

Intestinal bacteria can greatly influence your long term health, and we are seeing alarming changes in our bacterial blends. A recent study compared the composition of intestinal bacteria in modern U.S. adults with that obtained from rural African children, a Tyrolean Iceman found in a glacier, an Austrian soldier from 1918 also frozen in glacier, …

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Kids with Eczema, Heartburn or Headaches

Does your child suffer from eczema, heartburn or headaches? While these conditions have become common in children, they are not normal.  Parents do not realize these symptoms are warning signs that their child is unhealthy.  Advances in medicine have made it is possible to simply “mask” these symptoms with pills; this results in the real …

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Stomach Acid & Hunger

Introduction It is not uncommon for individuals to occasionally feel hungry, weak and shaky or develop a ‘sour stomach’ between meals. Sometimes these symptoms can be so intense that it wakes them from their sleep. The symptoms quickly resolve after eating a snack. Their rapid improvement with food is understandably interpreted as a sign they …

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