SIBO Made Simple podcast

SIBO Made Simple

Phoebe Lapine

From the author of The Wellness Project, comes a podcast for those recently diagnosed or chronically fighting Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth. Hungry for solutions and wondering WTF to do next? Each week, Phoebe Lapine sits down with a different #SIBOAmigo—medical experts at the forefront of SIBO research and treatment—to discuss the various steps to rebalance your gut for good.    If you’re feeling overwhelmed by dietary changes or at your wits end with all the remedies for this complex gastro conundrum, Phoebe and her guests break it down for you in easily digestible terms, giving you the doable action items and valuable input you need to design the SIBO solution right for you. Covering everything from testing, treatments and herbal supplements to low FODMAP cooking tips and diet, this podcast is a patient-friendly masterclass in how to heal from SIBO. 

52 Episódios

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    EP 51 | Ask a SIBO Amigo: My Best Advice from 4 Seasons of SMS (Part 2)

    34:10

    It's the LAST episode of the podcast folks. I know, I know. I'm really bummed too. But I'm closing it out with the second installment of my ASK A SIBO AMIGO solo episode, and we are talking all about diet and putting your new food rules into action in the kitchen. As the podcast comes to a close, I wanted to leave you SIBO Amigos with some of my hardest earned lessons from the trenches. The process of writing the SIBO Made Simple book, in many ways, was a process of distilling their wisdom into super practical takeaways and to-do's. So the entire manuscript is kind of one big extension of the SIBO Amigo Digest. But I still managed to simplify even further and come up with 10 rules of thumb for each step of the SIBO journey: investigation, treatment, diet and cooking. In today's episode we will talk about my biggest pieces of advice for the food piece. It's a short and sweet one with yours truly that will help you step away from the minutiae and focus on the big picture goals of healing. Lastly, I just want to say a HUGE thank you to everyone who's written me about how the podcast has been a game changer for them. It was only supposed to be 12 episodes, but once I started peeling back the layers of the onion, I just couldn't stop. It was such a JOY to produce and you guys make every bit of hard work worth it. It's not a goodbye - just a see you later! And who knows, as new research emerges, I might just be back for more. Resources, mentions and notes: The SIBO Made Simple Book – ON SHELVES NOW!! Submit your book receipt to join Gut Heal Bootcamp Sign up for my Low FODMAP Cooking Classes (1/27 is Italian Stallion!) Pay it forward: write a book review on Amazon to support my work (you don’t have to have bought it there) Join the SIBO Made Simple Facebook Community Page Subscribe to the newsletter (and receive a free low FODMAP cookbook) Follow me on Instagram to keep the conversation going Check out my blog for free recipes and SIBO resources This episode is brought to you by SIBO Made Simple – THE BOOK! Part patient guide and part cookbook (complete with over 90 low FODMAP recipes), this is your trusty road map to become your own intestinal detective, gut problem solver, and critter-free kitchen crusader. Those who pre-order their copy will be able to do my Gut Heal Bootcamp for FREE. You will also get access to one free online cooking class. To find out more details about the pre-order bonuses and to submit your receipt, click here. We are also brought to you by Epicured, a low FODMAP meal delivery service that understands that food is medicine. Each menu is created by Michelin star chefs and honed by doctors and dieticians at mount sinaii to restore digestive health for those with IBS, SIBO, Celiac and IBD. Everything they serve is 100 percent low FODMAP and gluten-free, with no cooking required! My favorite part about their dishes is the healthy spin on takeout gems like shrimp laksa and PAD THAI! Their version had a great balance of fresh veggies mixed in with the noodles that left me feeling both satisfied and completely free of my usual carb coma. Listeners to this podcast can get $20 off their order by using code PHOEBE. Click here or visit epicured.com/phoebe to learn more. Disclaimer: The information in this podcast does not provide medical advice, professional diagnosis, opinion, or treatment. The information discussed is for educational purposes only and is not a substitute for medical or professional care.
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    EP 50 | Ask a SIBO Amigo: My Best Advice from 4 Seasons of SMS (Part 1)

    33:51

    As the podcast comes to close, I wanted to leave you SIBO Amigos with some of my hardest earned lessons from the trenches. It has been an utter pleasure producing this podcast and getting to interview some of the most prolific practitioners in the SIBO space. The process of writing the book, in many ways, was a process of distilling their wisdom into super practical takeaways and to-do's. So the entire manuscript is kind of one big extension of the SIBO Amigo Digest. But I still managed to simplify even further and come up with 10 rules of thumb for each step of the SIBO journey: investigation, treatment, diet and cooking. In today's episode we will talk about my biggest pieces of advice for the first two legs, including how to tackle root causes, interpret SIBO tests, and how to deal with your mindset throughout treatment. It's a short and sweet one with yours truly that will help you step away from the minutiae and focus on the big picture goals of healing. Resources, mentions and notes: The SIBO Made Simple Book – ON SHELVES NOW!! Submit your book receipt to join Gut Heal Bootcamp Sign up for my Low FODMAP Cooking Classes (1/27 is Italian Stallion!) Pay it forward: write a book review on Amazon to support my work (you don’t have to have bought it there) Join the SIBO Made Simple Facebook Community Page Subscribe to the newsletter (and receive a free low FODMAP cookbook) Follow me on Instagram to keep the conversation going Check out my blog for free recipes and SIBO resources This episode is brought to you by SIBO Made Simple – THE BOOK! Part patient guide and part cookbook (complete with over 90 low FODMAP recipes), this is your trusty road map to become your own intestinal detective, gut problem solver, and critter-free kitchen crusader. Those who pre-order their copy will be able to do my Gut Heal Bootcamp for FREE. You will also get access to one free online cooking class. To find out more details about the pre-order bonuses and to submit your receipt, click here. This episode is also brought to you by my friends at Gourmend Foods. Their low FODMAP broths are gentle on your stomach but packed with flavor. It’s made by simmering organic ingredients for 16 hours with humanely raised poultry and hand-trimmed tops of leeks and scallions. You won't find any flavoring agents that may add taste without FODMAPs, but can exacerbate other health issues. Even more exciting, Gourmend Foods is constantly working on new products to solve for some of the biggest IBS pantry cooking issues. They recently introduced a garlic scape and garlic chive powder that can help you keep those incredible aromatics in your cooking without the FODMAP content. Listeners to this podcast can take 15% off new orders with code SIBO. Click here.
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    EP49 | SIBO Relapse, Retreatment & Prevention + New Therapy Ideas That Give Us Hope with Dr. Allison Siebecker

    1:13:53

    We are ending the podcast where we began: with the incredible Dr. Allison Siebecker. In this wind-down episode, I wanted to cover some frequently asked questions around relapse, retreatment and prevention. So many people end up in cycles of SIBO that they feel they will never exit from. But there is so much to be hopefully about, even for chronic SIBO cases, and this conversation really shows why. Not only does Dr. Siebecker help troubleshoot some scenarios of stubborn SIBO, she gives an overview of an entire new toolkit of therapies that have shown incredible clinical results. None of these ideas involve aggressive herbals or antibiotics—in fact, very few require any pills at all. Even if you feel you know everything there is to know about SIBO, I assure you this episode will open your mind to a whole new world of healing. A quick taste of what we’ll cover: How many courses of herbs and antibiotics are too many What are the signs that someone is reacting to a treatment itself or die-off How long do you wait to retest after treatment? And when is retesting not worth it When to start prokinetics and how long to take them for A whole arsenal of new therapies: Frequency Specific Microcurrent, Neural retraining systems, Neural therapy, Electrical stimulation, Myofascial release, Craniosacral therapy, Hypnotherapy, Immunoglobulins, Low Dose Immunotherapy, Peptides, Tapping and more! Resources, mentions and notes: The SIBO Made Simple Book – ON SHELVES NOW!! Submit your book receipt to join Gut Heal Bootcamp on 1/18 Sign up for my Low FODMAP Cooking Classes (1/27 is Italian Stallion!) Pay it forward: write a book review on Amazon to support my work (you don't have to have bought it there) Join the SIBO Made Simple Facebook Community Page Subscribe to the newsletter (and receive a free low FODMAP cookbook) Follow me on Instagram to keep the conversation going Dr. Siebecker's Website Dr. Siebecker’s New Therapies for Treating SIBO Summit Bysmouth biofilm remedies: Paul Anderson’s formula, Priority Biofilm Phase 2 Advanced Carol McMakin – FSM Gupta Program + DNRS This episode is brought to you by SIBO Made Simple – THE BOOK! Part patient guide and part cookbook (complete with over 90 low FODMAP recipes), this is your trusty road map to become your own intestinal detective, gut problem solver, and critter-free kitchen crusader. Those who pre-order their copy will be able to do my Gut Heal Bootcamp for FREE. You will also get access to one free online cooking class. To find out more details about the pre-order bonuses and to submit your receipt, click here. We are also brought to you by Epicured, a low FODMAP meal delivery service that understands that food is medicine. Each menu is created by Michelin star chefs and honed by doctors and dieticians at mount sinaii to restore digestive health for those with IBS, SIBO, Celiac and IBD. Everything they serve is 100 percent low FODMAP and gluten-free, with no cooking required! My favorite part about their dishes is the healthy spin on takeout gems like shrimp laksa and PAD THAI! Their version had a great balance of fresh veggies mixed in with the noodles that left me feeling both satisfied and completely free of my usual carb coma. Listeners to this podcast can get $20 off their order by using code PHOEBE. Click here or visit epicured.com/phoebe to learn more. Disclaimer: The information in this podcast does not provide medical advice, professional diagnosis, opinion, or treatment. The information discussed is for educational purposes only and is not a substitute for medical or professional care.
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    EP 48 | SIBO Success Stories: Real Patients Talk About What It Took to Come Out on the Other Side with Bethany Ugarte and Alison Marras

    1:07:14

    This is part two of my SIBO success stories series, and the conversations with today’s guests cover so many overlapping conditions. In case you missed the last episode: the majority of questions I get asked via email and Instagram are about my personal experience with healing SIBO, and even though I remind these sufferers again and again that every person’s body is different, I understand how refreshing and important getting all the nitty gritty details can be. Which is why I decided to do not one, but TWO episodes dedicated to women who have overcome their IBS. My first guest is Bethany Ugarte who is the prolific instagrammer behind lilsipper, and author of the new book Digest This, a beautiful cookbook that features all the recipes she used to heal her gut. Bethany’s story is extreme and ultra-inspiring. She was once so underweight it hurt to sit in a chair. We talk about how she got back on her feet, literally, and what it took to manage her yeast overgrowth and gastroparesis. My second guest in the lovely Alison Marras, who is a nutritional therapist and recipe creator behind the site Food By Mars. Alison is a fellow member of the HashiPosse and really went through the ringer with methane SIBO and hair loss. Resources, mentions and notes: The SIBO Made Simple Book –  Find out more about early bonuses here Sign up for my Low FODMAP Cooking Classes (1/6 is Gut Healing Curries!) Bethany Ugarte’s site Lil Sipper Bethany's book Digest This Alison Marras’ site Food By Mars EP 3 - Hashimotos and Hormones with Dr. Jolene Brighten EP 7 - Structural Bodywork for SIBO with Dr. Jason Wysocki How to Heal Perioral Dermatitis Join the SIBO Made Simple Facebook Community Page Subscribe to the newsletter (and receive a free low FODMAP cookbook) This episode is brought to you by SIBO Made Simple – THE BOOK! Part patient guide and part cookbook (complete with over 90 low FODMAP recipes), this is your trusty road map to become your own intestinal detective, gut problem solver, and critter-free kitchen crusader. Those who pre-order their copy will be able to do my Gut Heal Bootcamp for FREE. You will also get access to one free online cooking class. To find out more details about the pre-order bonuses and to submit your receipt, click here. We are also brought to you by Epicured, a low FODMAP meal delivery service that understands that food is medicine. Each menu is created by Michelin star chefs and honed by doctors and dieticians at mount sinaii to restore digestive health for those with IBS, SIBO, Celiac and IBD. Everything they serve is 100 percent low FODMAP and gluten-free, with no cooking required! My favorite part about their dishes is the healthy spin on takeout gems like shrimp laksa and PAD THAI! Their version had a great balance of fresh veggies mixed in with the noodles that left me feeling both satisfied and completely free of my usual carb coma. Listeners to this podcast can get $20 off their order by using code PHOEBE. Click here or visit epicured.com/phoebe to learn more. Disclaimer: The information in this podcast does not provide medical advice, professional diagnosis, opinion, or treatment. The information discussed is for educational purposes only and is not a substitute for medical or professional care.
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    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

    1:01:42

    Before I started my SIBO treatment way back in 2017, I did what I do best: contact every person I knew who had ever had SIBO and force them to endure a game of 101 questions, gut edition. These conversation were SO helpful though, perhaps even more helpful than the internet research rabbit hole I eventually fell down. The majority of questions I get asked via email and Instagram are about my personal experience with healing SIBO, and even though I remind these sufferers again and again that every person’s body is different, I understand how refreshing and important getting all the nitty gritty details can be. Which is why not just today’s episode, but the next TWO, are going to be dedicated to SIBO and IBS success stories. My guests today are two fantastic women in wellness: Davida Lederle, the extremely prolific content creator behind TheHealthyMaven.com, and equally prolific gut researcher Sarah Kay Hoffman of AGutsyGirl.com. Both women ironically join me from Minnesota. Both have made it to the other side of SIBO. And though the road was far from easy, I think these two stories in particular are incredibly hopefully. So if you’ve gotten lost in the doom and gloom of online message boards and need a dose of real life perspective, I hope you give this episode a listen! Resources, mentions and notes: The SIBO Made Simple Book –  Find out more about early bonuses here Sign up for my Low FODMAP Cooking Classes (12/16 is Teriyaki Sheet Pan Dinner Your Way!) Davida Lederle's site The Health Maven Sarah Kay Hoffman's site A Gutsy Girl Sarah Kay Hoffman's 90 Day Gut Healing Journal How to Heal Perioral Dermatitis Biotics Dysbiocide EP 5 | Intermittent Fasting + Meal Spacing EP 25 | What Your Skin Says About Your Gut Health Join the SIBO Made Simple Facebook Community Page Subscribe to the newsletter (and receive a free low FODMAP cookbook) This episode is brought to you by SIBO Made Simple – THE BOOK! Part patient guide and part cookbook (complete with over 90 low FODMAP recipes), this is your trusty road map to become your own intestinal detective, gut problem solver, and critter-free kitchen crusader. Those who pre-order their copy will be able to do my Gut Heal Bootcamp for FREE. You will also get access to one free online cooking class. To find out more details about the pre-order bonuses and to submit your receipt, click here. This episode is also brought to you by Higher Dose, whose sauna blanket is my new self-care obsession. The blanket has all the benefits of a normal infrared sauna—the detoxification, the increase in blood flow and circulation, and the lowering of cortisol levels—but in a much more compact package that you use every day at home. I’ve been using it 2x a week and have noticed a huge improvement in my mood, sleep, skin, and general inflammation. My face and body feel less bloated and puffy, and my pants are even fitting better. For more information and a special discount visit higherdose.com and use code SIBO100 for $100 off. Wishing you all a very sweet and sweaty holiday season! Disclaimer: The information in this podcast does not provide medical advice, professional diagnosis, opinion, or treatment. The information discussed is for educational purposes only and is not a substitute for medical or professional care.
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    EP 46 | Conquering Co-Infections: How Lyme & Other Tick Borne Illnesses Can Lead to SIBO with Dr. Tom Messinger

    1:14:59

    Lyme is known in medical circles as the great imitator, meaning it can affect many different areas of the body and present as countless other conditions. Some challenges in testing have also made it both underdiagnosed and a controversial diagnosis. And yet the bacteria in various tick borne illness can be an underlying cause for many people who struggle with mysterious gut symptoms and chronic overlapping health problems. In today’s conversation, I’m joined by Dr. Tom Messinger to parse out how these bacteria differ from one another, how they behave in the body, and why they can lead to other co-infections like SIBO, mold toxicity, and mast cell activation syndrome. A quick taste of what we’ll cover: • The barriers to diagnosing lyme and the most thorough testing • Why tick borne illnesses become more severe over time • Strategies for treatment beyond antibiotics, but also how you can support your gut while taking conventional medications • Babesiosis, Alpha Gal syndrome, and other permutations of tick-borne illnesses • How to combat neurological damage from lyme • Why these conditions overlap with SIBO and which to treat first • And so much more… Resources, mentions and notes: The SIBO Made Simple Book – Available to Pre-Order! Find out more about early bonuses here Sign up for my Low FODMAP Cooking Classes (12/2 is Everyday Detox!) Dr. Kerin Orbuch’s website Dr. Kerin Orbuch’s book: Beating Endo: How to Reclaim Your Life From Endometriosis Ep 10 – Endometreosis with Rebecca Coomes Join the SIBO Made Simple Facebook Community Page Subscribe to the newsletter (and receive a free low FODMAP cookbook) EP 32: Mast Cell Activation Syndrome EP 42: The Global Virome Horowitz Lyme Screening Questionnaire Beyond Balance Herbal formulas Barin White Herbal formulas Accessing the Healing Power of the Vagus Nerve The Tapping Solution Sacchamytes Boullairdii Phytostan by Intergrative Theraputics Detox formula by Designs for Health Zeobind Histaquell Neuroprotek Chromolyn This episode is brought to you by SIBO Made Simple – THE BOOK! Part patient guide and part cookbook (complete with over 90 low FODMAP recipes), this is your trusty road map to become your own intestinal detective, gut problem solver, and critter-free kitchen crusader. Those who pre-order their copy will be able to do my Gut Heal Bootcamp for FREE. You will also get access to one free online cooking class. To find out more details about the pre-order bonuses and to submit your receipt, click here. This episode is also brought to you by Verisana, one of the industry leaders for at-home testing. Their new offering is a monthly subscription, called Verisana Health Club, that helps you detect risk factors and diseases before they break out. Every month, they send you comprehensive labs in an optimized order. These at home tests use your blood, saliva, hair, and stool to measure cholesterol, hormones, toxic metals and other issues across a wide array of health assays. SIBO Made Simple listeners can get their first month of membership for free by visiting Verisana Health Club and using the code SIBO2020 at checkout. Disclaimer: The information in this podcast does not provide medical advice, professional diagnosis, opinion, or treatment. The information discussed is for educational purposes only and is not a substitute for medical or professional care.
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    EP 45 | The Endo-SIBO Connection: Structural Issues, Inflammation and More Ways Endometriosis Affects the Gut with Dr. Iris Kerin Orbuch

    55:46

    Endometriosis affects 10 percent of women, and yet, it often takes a woman 10 doctors visits in order to get diagnosed. An inflammatory condition by nature, as endo develops it can put a huge strain on the digestive system, leading to IBS symptoms and often SIBO. Joining me to discuss how to heal the gut while tackling endo through more invasive measures is Dr. Iris Kerin Orbuch, the Director of the Advanced Gynecologic Laparoscopy Center in Los Angeles, and author of Beating Endo: How to Reclaim Your Life From Endometriosis. Though the cornerstone of endometriosis treatment is surgical excision of Endometriosis, Dr. Kerin Orbuch understands the importance of incorporating integrative medicine and combining eastern & western medicine approaches in helping her patients heal and getting them on the road to recovery. A quick taste of what we’ll cover: What is endometriosis and why is it so hard to diagnose Why someone develops endo Overlapping conditions from autoimmune diseases to gut disorder, and especially painful bowel syndrome (Interstitial Cystitis) Ways to heal after Endo surgery that would make someone less likely to develop SIBO How to manage the emotional stress of dealing with both endo and SIBO Limiting systemic inflammation through diet And so much more… Resources, mentions and notes: The SIBO Made Simple Book – Available to Pre-Order! Find out more about early bonuses here Sign up for my Low FODMAP Cooking Classes (12/2 is Everyday Detox!) Dr. Kerin Orbuch’s website Dr. Kerin Orbuch's book: Beating Endo: How to Reclaim Your Life From Endometriosis Ep 10 – Endometreosis with Rebecca Coomes Join the SIBO Made Simple Facebook Community Page Subscribe to the newsletter (and receive a free low FODMAP cookbook) This episode is brought to you by SIBO Made Simple – THE BOOK! Part patient guide and part cookbook (complete with over 90 low FODMAP recipes), this is your trusty road map to become your own intestinal detective, gut problem solver, and critter-free kitchen crusader. Those who pre-order their copy will be able to do my Gut Heal Bootcamp for FREE. You will also get access to one free online cooking class. To find out more details about the pre-order bonuses and to submit your receipt, click here. This episode is also brought to you by Verisana, one of the industry leaders for at-home testing. Their new offering is a monthly subscription, called Verisana Health Club, that helps you detect risk factors and diseases before they break out. Every month, they send you comprehensive labs in an optimized order. These at home tests use your blood, saliva, hair, and stool to measure cholesterol, hormones, toxic metals and other issues across a wide array of health assays. SIBO Made Simple listeners can get their first month of membership for free by visiting Verisana Health Club and using the code SIBO2020 at checkout. Disclaimer: The information in this podcast does not provide medical advice, professional diagnosis, opinion, or treatment. The information discussed is for educational purposes only and is not a substitute for medical or professional care.
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    EP 44 | Disordered Eating and IBS: How Restriction and Food Fears Can Cause Gut Problems Like SIBO and Vice Versa with Christy Harrison

    1:02:43

    The vast majority of women (and many men) have gone through periods of disordered eating, whether that means crash dieting, emotional binging, calorie counting, over-exercising or a full-blown eating disorder like anorexia or bulimia. And yet, so rarely do physicians take into consideration their patients complicated relationship with food before prescribing a restrictive medical diet like those recommended as an adjunct to SIBO treatment. In today’s episode, we are taking on the tricky topic of where IBS and eating disorders overlap. Joining me is registered dietician, certified intuitive eating counselor, and host of the uber-popular Food Psych podcast, Christy Harrison. We talk about the very real physical ramifications that disordered eating can have on the gut and why the binge-restrict cycle can be a risk factor for SIBO. More importantly, we discuss the mental pitfalls around certain food groups perpetuated by wellness culture and further amplified by various elimination diets. If you’ve felt unsure about whether a low FODMAP diet or food modifications are necessary to cure your SIBO, this episode offers an incredibly important perspective on why these diets should be approached with caution. Christy also offers some strategies for how to take one on without falling prey to obsession and food fear. A quick taste of what we’ll cover: What the current medical criteria is for disordered eating or an eating disorder (hint: you probably have fallen into this category at some point in your life) How doctors can screen patients properly before recommending a restrictive diet Why gut issues often heal when the disordered eating is addressed first How untreated SIBO symptoms can lead to an eating disorder Data-backed alternatives to the low FODMAP diet that are equally effective at reducing those symptoms Ways to treat SIBO without igniting disordered eating How to approach meals without food fear, even if you have SIBO And so much more… Resources, mentions and notes: The SIBO Made Simple Book – Available to Pre-Order! Find out more about early bonuses here Sign up for my Low FODMAP Cooking Classes (11/18 is Holiday Sides!) Christy's website Christy’s book: Anti-Diet: Reclaim Your Time, Money, Well-Being, and Happiness Through Intuitive Eating  Ep 16 - Hypnotherapy for IBS Ep 10 - Food Fears with Rebecca Coomes Ep 09 - Bi-Phasic Diet with Dr. Jacobi Ep 30 - Celiac disease with Dr. Lisa Shaver Join the SIBO Made Simple Facebook Community Page Subscribe to the newsletter (and receive a free low FODMAP cookbook) This episode is brought to you by SIBO Made Simple – THE BOOK! Part patient guide and part cookbook (complete with over 90 low FODMAP recipes), this is your trusty road map to become your own intestinal detective, gut problem solver, and critter-free kitchen crusader. Those who pre-order their copy will be able to do my Gut Heal Bootcamp for FREE. To find out more details about the pre-order bonuses and to submit your receipt, click here. This episode is also brought to you by Higher Dose, whose sauna blanket is my new self-care obsession. The blanket has all the benefits of a normal infrared sauna—the detoxification, the increase in blood flow and circulation, and the lowering of cortisol levels—but in a much more compact package that you use every day at home. I’ve been using it 2x a week and have noticed a huge improvement in my mood, sleep, skin, and general inflammation. My face and body feel less bloated and puffy, and my pants are even fitting better. For more information and a special discount visit higherdose.com and use code SIBO100 for $100 off. Wishing you all a very sweet and sweaty holiday season! Disclaimer: The information in this podcast does not provide medical advice, professional diagnosis, opinion, or treatment. The information discussed is for educational purposes only and is not a substitute for medical or professional care.
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    EP 43 | Head Case: Ways Traumatic Brain and Spinal Injuries Dictate Our Digestive Health with Kayle Sandberg-Lewis

    1:03:52

    Have you ever connected the dots between an accident and your IBS? I would have never thought a minor brain or spinal injury would have a lasting impact on your gut health, but after today’s conversation, I see how any disruption to the brain stem can interrupt the messages that funnel down to our digestive system. My guest, Kayla Sandberg-Lewis, offers a non-drug, non-invasive approach to maximizing brain function in her practice, Hive Mind Medicine, in Portland, OR. Kayle incorporates general biofeedback into her stress management practice and is board certified as a provider of neurofeedback. She is a firm believer that traumatic brain injury (TBI) is not an isolated event, but the beginning of a disease process. Even if you’ve never played football or had a horrible accident, there are plenty of less stereotypical, every day occurrences of brain injury that you may have never considered. If you ever fell off the monkey bars, headed a soccer ball, tripped and landed on your tailbone, got rear-ended in a car or thrown off a horse—even if you didn’t have traditional symptoms of concussion—these incidents may have had a lasting effect on your digestive system. Give this episode a listen, as it might bring a big aha moment or give you a missing piece of your SIBO puzzle. A quick taste of what we’ll cover: How the gut-brain axis works through the vagus nerve Parasympathetic versus sympathetic nervous system and why brain injury effects our ability to switch seamlessly Why TBI is a silent epidemic The downstream symptoms that might crop up after an accident The connection between head and spinal injuries and SIBO LENS Neurofeedback and other systems for retraining your brain and digestive system Supplements and lifestyle changes you can use every day to keep your brain strong The concept of Leaky Brain Why diaphragmatic breathing doesn’t work for some people with structural injuries And so much more… Resources, mentions and notes: The SIBO Made Simple Book – Available to Pre-Order! Find out more about early bonuses here Sign up for my Low FODMAP Cooking Classes (11/18 is Holiday Sides!) Kayle Sandberg-Lewis’s website Spoon theory Ochs Labs practitioner rolodex Fish oil for brain health Join the SIBO Made Simple Facebook Community Page Subscribe to the newsletter (and receive a free low FODMAP cookbook) This episode is brought to you by SIBO Made Simple – THE BOOK! Part patient guide and part cookbook (complete with over 90 low FODMAP recipes), this is your trusty road map to become your own intestinal detective, gut problem solver, and critter-free kitchen crusader. Those who pre-order their copy will be able to do my Gut Heal Bootcamp for FREE. To find out more details about the pre-order bonuses and to submit your receipt, click here. This episode is also brought to you by Higher Dose, whose sauna blanket is my new self-care obsession. The blanket has all the benefits of a normal infrared sauna—the detoxification, the increase in blood flow and circulation, and the lowering of cortisol levels—but in a much more compact package that you use every day at home. I’ve been using it 2x a week and have noticed a huge improvement in my mood, sleep, skin, and general inflammation. My face and body feel less bloated and puffy, and my pants are even fitting better. For more information and a special discount visit higherdose.com and use code SIBO100 for $100 off. Wishing you all a very sweet and sweaty holiday season! We are also brought to you by Epicured, a low FODMAP meal delivery service that understands that food is medicine. Each menu is created by Michelin star chefs and honed by doctors and dieticians at mount sinaii to restore digestive health for those with IBS, SIBO, Celiac and IBD. Everything they serve is 100 percent low FODMAP and gluten-free, with no cooking required! My favorite part about their dishes is the healthy spin on takeout gems like shrimp laksa and PAD THAI! Their version had a great balance of fresh veggies mixed in with the noodles that left me feeling both satisfied and completely free of my usual carb coma. Listeners to this podcast can get $20 off their order by using code PHOEBE. Click here or visit epicured.com/phoebe to learn more.   Disclaimer: The information in this podcast does not provide medical advice, professional diagnosis, opinion, or treatment. The information discussed is for educational purposes only and is not a substitute for medical or professional care.
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    EP 42 | The Global Virome: How We Interact with Viruses, Why Pandemics Arise, and What We Can Do to Avoid Them with Dr. Dennis Carroll

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    People in general--and certainly people who listen to this podcast--have come to understand that we are completely colonized by bacteria. We have a grasp on where it lives, how it helps us. But viruses are much more abstract. Covid-19 has laid bare how little we still know about our interactions with viruses, what role our gut plays in the process, and whether there is a reciprocal relationship between plague and host. What is less mysterious for those who study the global virome is how a modern pandemic starts and what we can do to avoid them in the future. Joining me to discuss where we stand today in our understanding of viruses is Dr. Dennis Carroll, who heads the Global Virome Project, an international partnership that builds systems to detect future viral threats while they are still circulating in wildlife. He has over 30 years of leadership experience in global health and development, and until recently, served as the Director of the U.S. Agency for International Development’s (USAID) Emerging Threats Division. A quick taste of what we’ll cover: Why the way we interact with certain ecosystems creates virus hot spots Whether pandemics are going to become the new normal What has changed within our world that is making outbreaks more frequent Why raising livestock increases the risk of future pandemics How climate change factors into things What we can do as a global community to change our behavior and prevent future outbreaks And so much more…! Resources, mentions and notes: The SIBO Made Simple Book – Available to Pre-Order! Find out more about early bonuses here Dr. Carroll's website My favorite plant-based meals One Part Plant cookbook Carbon Fund -  to donate monthly and offset your carbon footprint How to check voter registration How to find your polling place How to vote early in your state Join the SIBO Made Simple Facebook Community Page Subscribe to the newsletter (and receive a free low FODMAP cookbook) This episode is brought to you by SIBO Made Simple - THE BOOK! Part patient guide and part cookbook (complete with over 90 low FODMAP recipes), this is your trusty road map to become your own intestinal detective, gut problem solver, and critter-free kitchen crusader. Those who pre-order their copy before October 19th will be able to join my live Gut Heal Bootcamp for FREE. To find out more details about the pre-order bonuses and to submit your receipt, click here. We are also brought to you by Epicured, a low FODMAP meal delivery service that understands that food is medicine. Each menu is created by Michelin star chefs and honed by doctors and dieticians at mount sinaii to restore digestive health for those with IBS, SIBO, Celiac and IBD. Everything they serve is 100 percent low FODMAP and gluten-free, with no cooking required! My favorite part about their dishes is the healthy spin on takeout gems like shrimp laksa and PAD THAI! Their version had a great balance of fresh veggies mixed in with the noodles that left me feeling both satisfied and completely free of my usual carb coma. Listeners to this podcast can get $20 off their order by using code PHOEBE. Click here or visit epicured.com/phoebe to learn more.   Disclaimer: The information in this podcast does not provide medical advice, professional diagnosis, opinion, or treatment. The information discussed is for educational purposes only and is not a substitute for medical or professional care.

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