Fuck. It’s the first thing I thought when I felt the familiar bloating patterns start again. Fuck. Not again!?! I started feeling them sometime last April (it’s June now). The bloating never lasted for three days in a row, however, so I chalked it up to inflammation and crossed my fingers and toes and cast…

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Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth, or SIBO, is a digestive disease that is frustratingly common in sensitive individuals. I’ve had a history of this condition and talk about it in several of my blog posts. In this conversation, Dr. Kimball and I dig into all things SIBO. Consider this one of your go-to resources for understanding…

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Today’s post comes from Josh Sabourin, whose website SIBO Survivor provides a wealth of information for those suffering with SIBO or other tummy troubles. Josh is a SIBO survivor himself who found it difficult to find reliable information on SIBO and decided to put together a resource to help others. You can find more information about…

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It’s been a really long time since I updated y’all on my sibo healing protocol . . . and that’s because nothing else really changed. From the last update I gave, things pretty much stayed the same. Meaning, I held the course. Healing from sibo and staying the course is something that seems really, really…

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There is part of me that is afraid to write this entry, as if writing that I feel better will somehow jinx it all. But I really can’t deny it anymore: I feel tremendously better! Would I say 100%? No, not quite. Maybe something like 80 – 85%. The awful bloating has significantly decreased, nearly…

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I am feeling kind of snarky this morning and almost named this post, “Get out your fat pants! It’s digestive reset time!” But I didn’t, so that you might decide to read it. You’re welcome. Beware – like usual, I’m going to get real in this post and talk about the things that happen in a…

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Note to the reader: When I wrote this post, almonds were still considered low-fodmap. Since then, Monash University re-tested and found that they are actually high-fodmap and not appropriate for people recovering from SIBO. I know. Total bummer. I had to give them up, too. Also, it made me feel better when I did. I…

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After my last post, I kind of plateaued for a while. I kept taking my herbs and roughly following the diet, but nothing was moving. I was 40% better than when I started but no more, and I felt pretty stuck. At the same time, I was having some hip and low back problems, and to…

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