SIBO essentials - gut health, gas, bloating, stomach acid

Really bad bloating and gas?

Did you know that SIBO & IBS share many of the same discomforts as low stomach acid, gastritis, and slow gastric emptying?

When people say that they want to get to the "underlying causes" of an issue but then don't, can you see how the problem can keep coming back?

Did you know it is "not uncommon" for SIBO problems to return several months after finishing a course of antibiotics?

"Antibiotics are an acute treatment, but not a long-term solution. It's important to try and address the underlying cause of your SIBO."
Cleveland Clinic (reference is in the slide references)

We are aware that SIBO means an excessive amount of bacteria in the small intestine.

We are aware of where the small intestine is.

We are aware that SIBO is a dysmotility issue and most people think of slow motility as being in the small and large intestines.

What we find, however, is that the success rate for people with SIBO problems is significantly better if people start with a top down approach rather than primarily targeting the imbalances in the small intestine only.

If this sounds like you I suggest one of two protocols based on whether your motility is fast or slow:⁠
1️⃣ SIBO & IBS Issues with Slow Motility⁠
2️⃣ SIBO & IBS Issues with Rapid Motility⁠

Ready to really tackle your SIBO? Visit our SIBO protocols.

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