Meet Phoebe Lapine, author of SIBO Made Simple.

You may already know Phoebe Lapine, since her work is popular in the SIBO community.

But today, you’re getting a full look inside her story with SIBO; from the point of getting sick to how she healed.

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SIBO Made Simple {Episode 17 with Phoebe Lapine}

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Phoebe Lapine on A Gutsy Girl podcast SIBO Episode 17 #SIBO #guthealing

Resources Mentioned

  1. SIBO Made Simple | EP 47 | SIBO Success Stories: Real Patients Talk About What It Took to Come Out on the Other Side with Sarah Kay Hoffman and Davida Lederle
  2. SIBO Made Simple: 90 Healing Recipes and Practical Strategies to Rebalance Your Gut for Good
  3. The Wellness Project
  4. The Happiness Project
  5. 12 Months of Whole Healing
  6. What is Dysbiocide?
  7. Plant Power {Episode 13 with Dr. B}
  8. What is Perioral Dermatitis?

Don’t Miss These Thoughts

  1. Phoebe’s personal health story, her symptoms and when/how it all started
  2. What is “healthy hedonism?”
  3. Hashimotos + SIBO
  4. Healing after being malnourished from malabsorption
  5. What it looks like to heal SIBO without the conventional antibiotics
  6. “Treatment is very different than healing.”
  7. Cabbage + l-glutamine
  8. What Phoebe wishes more people knew about SIBO
  9. “If you’re stressing about what you’re eating all the time, no amount of kale will make you healthy.”
  10. Phoebe’s three convictions around gut health and gut healing.

Connect with Phoebe on Instagram HERE. Check out her website Feed Me Phoebe HERE.

Phoebe Lapine on A Gutsy Girl podcast SIBO #healthpodcast #wellnesspodcast

Pickled Cabbage

During the episode, Phoebe mentions pickled cabbage. She also mentions trying just the cabbage juice, in the event that you don’t want to consume the whole cabbage.

I want to echo this.

When I first started healing, instead of eating a ton of fermented foods like sauerkraut (ie. fermented cabbage), I’d simply take a few teaspoons of the juice.

At the time, I didn’t make my own sauerkraut. Rather, I bought it in a jar, then pushed the cabbage down far, while the juice rose.

That practice never made me feel any bloat.

Today I sometimes still do just the juice, just for a little extra boost. Also, because I’m the person who loves to eat things deconstructed, always. I used to eat a Twix, layer by layer to make the enjoyment last as long as possible.

Anyways, I digress.

Give the juice a try and report back to me if it works well for you, too.

p.s. 100g red cabbage contains around 300mg, or 0.3g of glutamine. (source)

More from A Gutsy Girl

1. Welcome to A Gutsy Girl Podcast
2. Hang out on Instagram
3. BFF’s on YouTube
4. Free resource: The Master Gutsy Spreadsheet
5. Rated-G Email Club

Btw – don’t forget to grab a copy of your 90-day healing journey journal (there is also a PDF e-version you can download today HERE).

Wrap Up

Time to wrap this up. As always, a huge goal for this show is to connect with even more people. Feel free to send an email to our team at We want to hear questions, comments, show ideas, etc.

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