Gut healing diets are not easy… they require time, energy, and persistence. They’re even more difficult when attempting to do it on your own. One of my patient’s who completed my 4-month, gut-healing, Eat to Thrive Program shares his fears and excitements he had before beginning the program, what was difficult, what was easy, and the lasting […]
You may have considered a probiotic supplement to help with your digestive discomforts like gas, bloating, diarrhea, or constipation. You may have taken an antibiotic and looking for ways to boost your beneficial bacteria to recover. You may be resorting to your gut in the hopes of it helping with other conditions you have like
SIBO, short for Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth, is a condition where bacteria is overpopulating the small intestine. I’ve talked about SIBO in detail before in episode 16 of Thank Gut It’s Fixed; what it is, the symptoms, how do you know if you have it, and what you can to do get rid of it.
On today’s episode of Thank Gut It’s Fixed show, I wanted to sit down and answer some live questions, as well as questions I received offline and on Instagram on gut health, dysbiosis, healing time, maintenance, supplements, and so on. Watch the video below and you can read the typed answers below. What is dysbiosis? Dysbiosis means
If you have bloating, you’ve probably looked up what causes bloating and eliminated certain foods from your diet. You may have even tried supplements or remedies that relieve bloating fast. While some of these strategies may have reduced your pain and discomfort, they don’t explain why your problem even started. Why can’t you tolerate certain
Is grazing bad for gut health? Grazing and eating too frequently interferes with the MMC (motor migrating complex) and may promote dysbiosis and small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO). In episode 21 of the Thank Gut It’s Fixed Show, I talk about the potential problems that can happen with grazing and eating small meals too frequently.
Hi everyone, this is Nour Zibdeh, thank you for joining. This is the Thank Gut It’s Fixed Show. Today’s episode is completely different than the last episodes I’ve been doing. I’ve been focused on acid reflux, and for a good reason, but today is just completely different, and I want to talk about moms. I’m
Acid reflux medications are among the most prescribed in the United States with sales that reached $10 billion in 2012. Sadly, these medications have unexpected side effects and safety concerns, including bacterial infections, bone fracture, and serious vitamin and mineral deficiencies. Acid Reflux Medications Types Acid neutralizing, like Tums or Selzer H2 receptor blockers, like