SIBO is hard to identify and difficult to treat, but don't worry, I am here for you! Although there is still not much research out there, SIBO is becoming more and more of an issue for people around the world, and especially in the United States. Have you been given the diagnosis of IBS and you're wondering why? Do you experience abdominal discomfort and bloating? Does it hurt your stomach and gut when you eat starches or sugar? You've come to the right place!
The perfect post to check out if you'd like to quit sugar. Sugar is damaging to your heart, specifically promotes belly fat, and has even been linked to cancer production. Sugar has a toxic effect on the liver similar to that of alcohol. It saps your brain power and has been linked to shorter life spans. It is a substance harder to resist than any other food, and has been proven to be as hard to resist as some drugs – including cocaine and morphine! Not only is this substance dangerous, it’s hidden in so many everyday foods that don’t even taste sugary – for example, take a look at the nutrition label on your ketchup bottle, jar of tomato sauce, fat free dressing, marinates, bread, crackers, cured meats, peanut butter, and jelly. Sugar can be found in nearly eighty percent of all packaged foods!
What exactly is Small Intestinal Bacteria Overgrowth (SIBO)? Covering its causes, symptoms, testing options, and treatment, find out all you need to know in this blog post!
For over a year I struggled to beat Candida and SIBO. Read all about my journey, the lessons I learned, and how I'm now on the path to recovery.