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HOW TO CURE SIBO, Small Intestinal Bowel Overgrowth: Step #5 Exercise low-moderate intensity one hour daily continuously (10,000 by Dr. B G Doctor of Pharmacy Posted Wed 27 Nov 2013 9:56am EHP Sept 2013 (Modified) The Environment Within: Exploring the Role of the Gut Microbiome in Health and Disease Step #5. Exercise low-moderate intensity one hour daily continuously (10,000 steps) to move the gut/peristalsis and overcome broken myenteric musculo-neuro junctions Dr. BG's 7-Steps Paleo* Gastro IQ SIB ... Read on »
HOW TO CURE SIBO, Small Intestinal Bowel Overgrowth: Step #7 Heal hormones and immunity -- take adrenal support, liver support, by Dr. B G Doctor of Pharmacy Posted Thu 05 Dec 2013 8:33pm Source: Miller, 1999 HOW TO CURE SIBO/SIFO, Small Intestinal Bacterial/Fungal Overgrowth ( protocol ): Step #7 Heal hormones and immunity Take adrenal support, liver support, antioxidants etc  (I use biocurcumin and berberine to combine with anti-microbials/anti-parasitics). This is particularly imperative for those ... Read on »
HOW TO CURE SIBO, Small Intestinal Bowel Overgrowth: Step #4 Eat RESISTANT STARCH aka BIONIC FIBER (Guest Post: Tim/TATER) by Dr. B G Doctor of Pharmacy Posted Mon 18 Nov 2013 8:28am Resistant Starch = Nondigestible Carbohydrates (BIONIC FIBER) Credit: Harry Flint et al, Nature, 2012 . GUEST POST:  Tim (aka Tater) Step #4. Raw PS (potato starch) 1-3 Tbs + Psyllium (if not allergic) 1 Tbs + high ORAC green powder (I like Amazing Grass, LOL) in 2 cups plenty of water Step Four is crucial!  Thi ... Read on »
How To Cure SIBO, Small Intestinal Bowel Overgrowth: Dr. BG's 7-Steps Paleo* Gastro IQ SIBO Protocol by Dr. B G Doctor of Pharmacy Posted Sat 09 Nov 2013 3:04am Credit: Shaping the (auto)immune response in the gut: the role of intestinal immune regulation in the prevention of type 1 diabetes [RS bionic fiber + NSP fiber + SBO probiotic] versus [SAD + antibiotics + parasites/pathogen enteric infections] Dr. BG's 7-Steps Paleo* Gastro IQ SIBO Protocol HOW TO CURE SIBO, SMALL BOWEL INTESTINA ... Read on »
HOW TO CURE SIBO, Small Intestinal Bowel Overgrowth: Step #6 Avoid allergenic foods (corn, soy, gluten/wheat, dairy, nuts, egg w by Dr. B G Doctor of Pharmacy Posted Sat 30 Nov 2013 7:20pm Photo credit:  Heritage J. Nature, 2004 . HOW TO CURE SIBO/SIFO, Small Intestinal Bacterial/Fungal Overgrowth (protocol) Step #6  Avoid allergenic foods (corn, soy, gluten/wheat, dairy, nuts, egg whites, etc) Avoid GMO products and livestock/poultry fed GMO crops (corn, soy, etc)  Guest Post: Tim Steele (aka Tat ... Read on »
HOW TO CURE SIBO, Small Intestinal Bowel Overgrowth: Step #3 Eat Soil-Based Probiotics (Guest Post: Tim/TATER) by Dr. B G Doctor of Pharmacy Posted Sat 16 Nov 2013 4:15am Step #3:  Soil-based probiotic 1-2 daily if not severely immune compromised (Bacillus licheniformis, Clostridium butyricum, etc) B pumilus Guest Post: Tim/Tater Is everybody still with us? Today we'd like to talk about step 3 in  Dr.  BG's 7-Steps Paleo* Gastro IQ SIBO Protocol.   I came here as a bit of a know-it-all ... Read on »
HOW TO CURE SIBO, Small Intestinal Bowel Overgrowth: Step #2 Eat Resistant-Starch-Rich Tubers, Grains, Legumes and Pulses (Gues by Dr. B G Doctor of Pharmacy Posted Wed 13 Nov 2013 6:37pm Guest Post: Tim (aka Tatertot) The second step in Dr. BG's 7-Steps Paleo* Gastro IQ SIBO Protocol is "Ancient heirloom potatoes, tubers, roots that are low glycemic index (or high if good insulin sensitivity) and ancient heirloom grains, legumes, lentils/dal that are low glycemic index (or high if good insulin sensitivity), prepared t ... Read on »
HOW TO CURE SIBO, Small Intestinal Bowel Overgrowth: Step #1 Eat Fermented Foods (Guest Post by Tim/TATER) by Dr. B G Doctor of Pharmacy Posted Sun 10 Nov 2013 4:55pm Fermented seal flipper (called stink flipper) Guest Post: Tim (aka Tatertot) The first step in Dr. BG's 7 step protocol is "Fermented veggies made the ancient way with organic dirt-covered vegetables, ex. kraut, kvass, kim chee, kefir, etc. Read Sandor Katz." Fermented foods are a must for anyone serious about their gut health.  ... Read on »
How's your gastro-intestinal tract? by Ann H. Patient Expert Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 2:43pm Bowel movements - not a very 'sexy' subject for a blog posting, I know, but I couldn't resist reading an article entitled ' What your bowel movements are telling you about your health ' and I'm betting that you're tempted to read it too... Am I right? Read on »
FOLATE DEFICIENCY SECONDARY TO DISEASE OF THE INTESTINAL TRACT by Jan Posted Fri 11 Sep 2009 4:57pm BY FREDERICK A. KLIPSTEIN MALABSORPTION from the intestinal tract is a common cause of deficiency of folate and vitamin B12. Deficiency of either of these vitamins results in the development of a megaloblastic anemia. Vitamin B12 is particularly susceptible to defects of absorption since it requires the elaboration of intrinsic factor fro ... Read on »