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SIBO Causing Complicating Factors? It’s not too late to register for the SIBO SOS Summit

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SIBO certainly does cause multiple complications. But in the SIBO SOS Summit, multiple expert practitioners weigh in to help you solve your SIBO related problems. Watch. . . REGISTER FOR THE LIVE CONTENT AND REPLAYS HERE>>>http://bit.ly/2sMiiJ4 Be empowered, Dr Lisa Read more…

Another Video Sneak Peak at the SIBO SOS Summit Content

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SIBO SOS Summit is Live June 24-28 Most of my patients are already pretty SIBO savvy but I still get tons of questions about many of the following: Methane Ileocecal Valve Hydrogen Sulfide Motility Breath testing Adhesions Histamine It’s all in here as presented by these top SIBO experts. . . But you still have […] Read more…

SIBO SOS Summit June 24-28

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You are personally invited to join the SIBO SOS Summit happening now! Watch a sneak peak preview of some of the excellent content available in this free online video summit. . . You’ll hear from: Allison Siebecker Michael Ruscio Mellanie Keller Angel Pifer Gary Stapleton Datis Kharrazian . . .and so many more amazing professionals […] Read more…

Research Smesearch: What to Do When Evidence Based Medicine Fails

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Warning: This is an opinion paper by Dr Lisa Giusiana. No research has been done to prove or disprove this theory. Whether you are a practitioner or a patient, the intention here is to encourage you to think! As doctors, we are trained to search the medical research literature for what has been proven effective as far […] Read more…

How to Determine if Your Stomach Acid is Too High or Too Low

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In cases like heart burn, gastric reflux or indigestion, it is usually automatically assumed that the patient must have too much acid in the stomach. Too much acid is correct. But the real question is, “Which acid and where is it coming from?” And how can you tell if it’s too high or too low? Physiology […] Read more…