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Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth(SIBO) Steals Your Nutrients

Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth(SIBO) Steals Your Nutrients

Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth(SIBO) Steals Your Nutrients

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so today we’re talk about how SIBO can steal your nutrients SIBO is small intestinal bacterial overgrowth okay and basically that is this normally your flora your good friendly bacteria should be on the large intestines right through here but when it gets into the small intestines it becomes this and what happens is when you eat these microbes start fermenting carbohydrates they start eating up your nutrients especially b12 iron and bile so bloating abdominal pain and gas are just one side effect but a bigger side effect is the nutritional deficiencies so when you’re deficient in b12 you can have all sorts of things from serious neurological issues shooting stabbing pain to anemia and the list goes on and on on and then iron anemia fatigue and then when you’re deficient in bile you no longer can digest your fats and you can’t extract fat Seibel vitamins so you become deficient in vitamin A vitamin D vitamin E and vitamin K as well as essential fatty acids and there’s so many symptoms that are associated with those nutrients so what causes SIBO well it could come from many different things one being some complication after surgery because they structurally altered your digestive system and sometimes that physical alteration allows the bacteria to escape going backwards into the small intestine where you have this huge problem it could also come from not having enough stomach acid normally in the stomach the pH should be between one and three this is very very acidic and one of the big purposes of having a really strong acidic stomach is to kill off microbes so if you don’t have that acid the microbes that come from the food go into the stomach and invade the small intestine and start to multiply and start living down here alright so now what do you do about this condition number one you need to increase the acidity of your stomach very very important I would start with something called betaine hydrochloride you can get them in pills I would take at least five before each meal I would also take out soda vinegar as well on a regular basis you can even get pills that combine outside of vinegar powder with betaine hydrochloride and take them together that will start helping this area right here number two you want to do intermittent fasting this gives your digestive system a chance to reset and clean out some of the food for the microbes and allow the transit time and the food to kind of get through down into the small intestine through here now one of the things that happens when you do in a minute fasting is you have this kind of this washing effect of the food back into the large intestine which happened from these little cilia hairs so you get this cleaning effect if you could do in a minute fasting long enough very very important compared to eat eating so frequently if you’re not doing in a minute fasting I believe you can never fully handle this condition next thing is to avoid prebiotics and I’m talking about fiber do not consume fiber and I’m talking about vegetables as well for at least a month to six weeks because guess what these microbes live on that fiber they’ll ferment the fiber and you’ll get gas and that also goes for probiotics don’t take probiotics because we’re trying to avoid adding more bacteria you already have too much bacteria and the microbes that are in there don’t like to be in there and you have unfriendly ones as well so this huge competition and definitely don’t consume something that combines both of these a pre and a probiotic together that would be like sauerkraut that would really create a bloating effect the last thing I would recommend is some type of herbal antibiotic I mean you can do oregano thyme clove garlic and that will create an environment that’s very antimicrobial so that’s what you want so in summary I want to emphasize that this condition is actually way more common than you might think and number two one of the big problems with this condition is the nutrition deficiencies that a lot of people don’t realize that could be creating symptoms that you’re not aware of so those nutritional deficiencies are not coming because you’re not eating certain foods they’re coming because the microbes are actually eating them up and they’re not giving them to you now there’s a lot more to this as far as getting tests to determine if you have it or not I put some links down below for some additional information thanks for watching hey if you’re liking this content please subscribe now and I will actually keep you updated on future videos

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Today, we’re going to talk about SIBO, and how SIBO can steal your nutrients. This is a much more common condition than you might think. One of the big problems with this condition is nutritional deficiencies. 

What is SIBO? Normally your friendly bacteria should be in the large intestines, but when it gets into the small intestines, it becomes small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO). 

When you eat, these microbes start fermenting carbohydrates and eating nutrients such as:

• B12
• Iron
• Bile

Symptoms of SIBO (small intestinal bacterial overgrowth) are:

• Bloating
• Abdominal pain
• Gas
• Nutritional deficiencies 

What causes SIBO?

• Complication after surgery
• Not enough stomach acid

Natural remedies for SIBO?

• Take betaine hydrochloride 
• Take apple cider vinegar 
• Do intermittent fasting
• Avoid prebiotics (fiber) and probiotics or a combination of the two
• Take an herbal antibiotic (oregano, thyme, clove, garlic)

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Dr. Berg, 53 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of The New Body Type Guide and other books published by KB Publishing. He has taught students nutrition as an adjunct professor at Howard University. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media.


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