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An anti-inflammatory SIBO diet can be one of the most effective holistic forms of treatment for people with gastrointestinal issues. Read on to learn how to design a diet plan that’s healthy for the small bowel and pleasing to the taste buds. SIBO Diet Plan | What to Eat to Help Treat Your Gut In This Article: What Is SIBO? What to Eat in a SIBO Diet Plan Enjoy a
Be better prepared for prevention and treatment by knowing the different SIBO symptoms. One important factor to look at is your diet. Some food types worsen the condition and slow down the effect of remedies. You need to alter the way you eat to manage your SIBO symptoms better. This article provides you with an overview of the condition and a brief SIBO food guide. SIBO
Many people do not know that a great percentage of the American population struggles with gastrointestinal symptoms and distress every year. Researchers have diagnosed a wide range of people suffering from a leaky gut syndrome, irritable bowel syndrome, Crohn’s, and celiac disease. However, scientists haven’t yet been able to establish the reason behind the development of the
Patients who are gluten sensitive often exhibit celiac disease symptoms. Celiac disease or gluten-sensitive enteropathy is an immune reaction in the small intestine caused by the digestion of foods with gluten. The diagnosis of this autoimmune disease can be moderately simple, but psychiatric symptoms can greatly hinder it. Find out more about their relationship in this case
What is gluten? How does gluten affect the body? While being a binder or glue in food such as wheat, rye, barley, and other baked goods, gluten also carries a nature that can bring about "gluten ailments." As we move along, we will have an in-depth understanding of what gluten is exactly. We will also see the importance of a gluten-free diet and the ways it can affect our
Chronic Diarrhea! Description: Steps to take when a child has Chronic Diarrhea or loose stools of unknown cause, Not acute diarrhea. The most common cause of Chronic Diarrhea is chronic inflammation of the colon. Several common causes are: Chronic viral infection, or Dysbiosis (Too many unfriendly organisms in the bowel) or simply lack of adequate digestive enzymes.