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Lactose Intolerance or Milk Allergy? Causes and Solutions

Do you have lactose intolerance or dairy allergy or sensitivity? I get questions all the time about the difference between the two. Sometimes, my patients tell me that they are lactose intolerant, but after clarifying few things, we discover that it’s most likely a milk allergy or sensitivity, not lactose issues. In the last episode …

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Unexpected Healthy Foods that Cause Bloating and Gas

There are many foods that cause bloating and gas including healthy ones like garlic, onion, apples, mushroom, avocado and others. In this episode and blog post, I talk about how these foods cause bloating, the consequences of that, what bloating means for your gut health, and what to do about it. I also discuss the …

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Acid Reflux Medications Long Term Side Effects and Safety

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 …

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Intermittent Fasting: New Approach for Weight and Fat Loss

Intermittent fasting is a topic that has been gaining a lot of attention lately. What is it? How do you do it? Can intermittent fasting help you lose weight and fat? How does it relate to gut health? These questions are answered on this episode of the Thank Gut It’s Fixed show. You should eat …

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Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth: the New Gut Problem

Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) is a digestive imbalance where bacteria is present in the small intestine. The problem with SIBO isn’t that the bacteria is pathogenic. Rather, it’s the accumulation of bacteria in the wrong place. In a healthy scenario, the majority of your gut flora and bacteria populates the large intestines. For several reasons that …

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Delicious and Nutritious Kebab Hindi Recipe For Gut Health

This kebab Hindi dish is original to the Levant area (Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, and Palestine). While it’s called kebab hindi, an Arabic name that translates to Indian kebab, the person who invented or named it clearly has not been to India or learned Indian cuisine as it has nothing to do with Indian food! I just kept …

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Constipation Remedy That Is Helpful and Isn’t Food Related

If you have constipation, or your poop is just having a hard time leaving your body, watch this. In this episode of Thank Gut It’s Fixed Show, I’m sharing the 1 non-food tip that will help you alleviate constipation. Did you know that the regular toilet you and I use can make you backed-up and …

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Don’t Lose Hope or Settle for Less: And Here’s Why

Don’t Lose Hope or Settle for Less when it Comes to Your Health. Episode 14 of Thank Gut It’s Fixed Show… (if you like this episode, like it on Facebook, share it, tag a friend, and/or write me a comment!)  In this episode, I’m sharing some of the frustrations that some of my clients and …

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