My personal journey went like this....
Diagnosed. I believe it had gone undiagnosed for years because by the time I was finally diagnosed I needed B12 injections to my stomach. I also did a lengthy herbal protocol that did not work.
Took Rifaximin for 21 days. Made it until early 2016....
Took Rifaximin for 21 days and Neomycin for 14 days.
Rifaximin for 28 days and no Neomycin this time (instead, we coupled with the Siebecker protocol: Allimax Pro, Neem Synergy, and Berberine Complex)
Super low levels, so I only did Atrantil for a month.
FINAL round. Rifaximin for 28 days and Neomycin for 14 days.
SO I CREATED AN E-BOOK TO HELP YOU ON YOUR OWN JOURNEY WITH SIBO
In 2014, after I was first diagnosed with SIBO, I could only have wished a resource like this existed.
I had heard things like, “Blueberries are Low FODMAP,” but then I’d have a cup or more and wondered why I felt miserable.
Or, “Do not ever eat broccoli, as it’s High FODMAP,” so I avoided it like the plague.
The FODMAP Diet is not so black-and-white. For you (and what I wish I had known back then) this is great news.
Your goal should not be to avoid all the things, but instead approach the Low FODMAP diet from the angle, “What is the most I can get by with without feeling miserable?”
This 2.0 version of Reasonable SIBO has come a very long way since the original version released.
And since that version released, I have remained 100% from a health standpoint.
Because of this, the information I’ve corralled and placed into this e-book is very intentional. It’s also very personalized, but there’s so much information that you will absolutely be able to apply bits and pieces (okay, likely way more than that!) to your own gut-healing journey.
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