Pan-Seared Zucchini with Lemon Basil Drizzle

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One of my favorite vegetables is pan-seared zucchini. I love the way it gets all blackened and crispy on the outside, and delicious on the inside. Zucchini is also one of the easiest vegetables to digest, making it a great healing food, especially for SIBO patients. So, when I came across this recipe by Whole […] Read more…

Stages of SIBO

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Just like you can have cancer and not know until you go in for a routine exam, or in the same way someone has no idea they have heart issues until the moment of their heart attack, you can actually have SIBO (Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth) and not even know it. I tell my patients […] Read more…

SIBO Symptoms

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You can study all you want as a doctor. You can read text books, medical literature, and go to seminars to learn about conditions and how to treat them. But what I’ve found in working with patients and clients over a 20+ year period is that what you see in clinical practice doesn’t always look […] Read more…

How Can I Tell if I Have SIBO?

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Patient: Doc, how can I tell if I have SIBO (Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth)? Doctor: Well, there’s a long answer and a short answer to that question. Let’s start with the long one. Long Answer to Diagnosing SIBO The diagnosis of SIBO is controversial. There is substantial disagreement in the literature regarding which test is […] Read more…

What is SIBO

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Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO) is a condition defined by an increase in and/or an alteration in the type of bacteria present in the small intestine. It is characterized by bloating, belching, abdominal distention, pain, diarrhea and/or constipation, especially following the ingestion of sugars, starches, fiber, and other specific foods. In order to understand more […] Read more…

SIBO Specific Supplements

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Natural and non-toxic therapies have been the core of my practice for over 15 years. I’ve used many of the top-of-the-line professional products out there. I’ve used them on myself, my family and friends and on my patients. Some have been wildly successful, others have been marginally useful, at best. But it wasn’t until I […] Read more…

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