Tag: sibo

Irritable Bowel: SIBO, Dysbiosis and Diet

In 2010, I read a paper in the journal, Nutrition, that really rocked my world:  “The concept of small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) in relation to functional gastrointestinal disorders.” [i]  To summarize one of its many key points:  we don’t know how to test…

D-lactate Acidosis, SIBO, Autism, Chronic Fatigue or…What Happens When Judy Can’t Stop Reading

Because I know how to have fun, I have spent hours and hours over the last 2 days reading about d- lactate acidosis.  I’m not even sure why. It was one of those things, I guess, that suddenly struck me as interesting – and…

More on Probiotics and Crappy Science or…An LOL!

Well, apparently, it wasn’t just me who blew a fuse at that “probiotics cause SIBO and brain fog” paper last week!  I had a serious belly laugh this morning reading an article in a nutraceuticals newsletter[i], which quoted doctors from around the world who…

Probiotics, Crappy Science and The Right to Choose

A month or two ago, a friend wrote to me suggesting that I address the question, “are probiotics always good for you?”  I promised I would – and fully intended to keep that promise soon – but one of the big news headlines this…

What Do We Really Know About Treating SIBO

This morning I got to thinking about some of my favorite papers of the past, and decided to pick one to write about today. In the spring of 2010, around the same time I saw Dr. Jeremy Nicholson present his findings – that the…