How NOT to Get Small Intestinal Bacteria Overgrowth (SIBO)

How NOT to Get Small Intestinal Bacteria Overgrowth (SIBO)

How NOT to Get Small Intestinal Bacteria Overgrowth (SIBO)

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hey guys in this video we’re going to talk about something called SIBO small intestinal bacterial overgrowth okay now some of the symptoms are bloating because there’s gas involved methane gas hydrogen gas hydrogen sulfide gas coming from an excess fermentation which is the microbes are eating too much food and fiber so you’re gonna have this gas which is going to cause pain so you have a lot of bloating okay constipation sometimes diarrhea sometimes now here’s what’s causing this problem okay normally this stomach is supposed to be very acid between one and three and there should be no microbes growing there okay hardly it wellmy it there might be a couple microbes but it’s not going to be that many same thing with the small intestine this is not a place where you’re supposed to have a lot of microbial growth going on right here most of the microbial growth should be in the large intestine so we have the stomach the small intestine which is like 23 feet and then we have the large intestine which is five feet okay this is where all the microbes are right here so SIBO is where the microbes are growing in the small intestine and sometimes even up into the stomach okay now if the stomach is very very acid that will kill off the microbes so the deeper root cause to this problem most the time it’s a low hydrochloric acid okay and that could come from antibiotics anti-acid junk food consuming too much alkaline water baking soda which is alkaline all these things can neutralize the acid right here and then what happens when the normal function of the answer is supposed to kill a microbe in a food that you eat it doesn’t get killed it passes on through here and starts growing right here a lot of the food that you consume like vegetables and and even some meat has some microbes in them that are supposed to be killed at the stomach level okay so if that doesn’t happen it can actually start growing right here there’s a quite a few other causes to this like one be frequent eating now if you eat too much what will happen is you won’t give the body a chance to rest or clean out the colon in between meals because you’re eating like these snacks constantly and that could cause it right there because especially if there’s constipation and then the food just sits there and the microbes start growing the problem with having too many bacteria in the wrong place is the bacteria are going to compete with the food that you eat now normally the strong acid should stimulate protein enzymes to break down the protein at the stomach level it dumps in the small intestine and the pancreas releases its enzymes start breaking things down and the gall bladder starts releasing bile to break down fats and it all works together and then you absorb the nutrients through the lining of the colon but the microbes are basically going to start eating that those nutrients and then kind of keep you high and dry and you’re going to be have malnutrition so that is a big problem you know you can have all sorts of additional symptoms from that alone especially the fat type of vitamins not having enough vitamin A for the eyes d you know kay there can be just so many different symptoms so but just to keep it simple that’s kind of the mechanism that’s going on so here’s what not to do what we don’t want to do is dump more fiber to feed the microbes microbes live on fibre and they also live on sugar so obviously we don’t want to do any sugar so we don’t want to do a high-fiber diet okay we want to do kind of a lower fiber diet that means even vegetables you don’t want to consume as many just a very small amount because we don’t want to keep feeding the situation and we don’t want to add probiotics or microbes because we already have too much okay so these two things are not good here’s what you should do in a minute fasting okay of course I’m assuming you know about healthy ketosis okay so that’s a given because we don’t want to add the sugar but in a minute fasting is very important that way it’ll give your system a chance to clean up all that residue in the and the food particles through here in between the meals and that’s what the body does it it helps to clean out this stuff right here so this is essential right here there were two acidify your stomach with what apple cider vinegar you can get them in tablets and betaine how to chloride both of those in larger amounts you can get them together in a pill and I’ll put some a link down below for more information but I would do probably eight or nine of those with a meal it seems like a lot but it’s actually not that much that’ll start making this acid and then I’ll start to help you greatly keep a very low stress life because stress shuts this whole thing down and it makes things worse now if you think about what system controls digestion it’s the parasympathetic that’s called rest and digest and it gets inhibited by the sympathetic or the flight or fight mechanism so we want to keep a low stress life some people just from that alone could actually help correct the situation number four you want to consume in a tablet form clove garlic and oregano this is really good to help balance out the good and bad bacteria okay so if you expect that you have this you can go to your doctor and have them do a test to actually see if you have this and it’s a they can do certain types of tests where they measure your gas from your breath and pick it up exactly what it is alright thanks for watching

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In this video, Dr. Berg talks about SIBO or Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth. SIBO is when the microbes are growing in the small intestine and sometimes can go up into the stomach. The stomach should be very acidic to kill off those microbes. The deeper root cause of SIBO is low hydrochloric acid. He also talks about the cause of this low hydrochloric acid.

Symptoms of SIBO:
• Bloating
• Gas – Coming from an excess fermentation which is the microbes eating too much food and fiber
• Pain
• Constipation
• Diarrhea

Causes of SIBO:
• Low Hydrochloric Acid
• Frequent Eating – You won’t give your body a chance to rest and clean out the colon in between meals.

Cause of Low Hydrochloric Acid
• Antibiotics
• Anti-Acid
• Junk Food
• Consuming Too Much Alkaline Water
• Baking Soda

What NOT to do:
1. Add More Fiber – Microbes live in fiber and sugar. Don’t consume as many vegetables, just small amounts.
2. Add Probiotic

What you SHOULD do:
• Intermittent Fasting – It give your body a chance to rest and clean out the residue and food particles between the meals.
• Acidify Stomach – Apple Cider Vinegar and Betaine Hydrochloride (8 or 9 tablets with a meal)
• Low Stress – Stress makes it worse
• Clove, Garlic, Oregano – To help balance out the good and bad bacteria.

Hey guys in this video we are gonna talk about something called SIBO, Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth. Now, some of the symptoms are bloating because there is gas involved; methane gas, hydrogen gas, hydrogen sulfide gas coming from an excess fermentation which is the microbes eating too much food and fiber . So you are gonna have this gas that could cause pain. You will have a lot of bloating, constipation sometimes, diarrhea sometimes. Now here’s what causing this problem, normally the stomach is normally very acid between 1 and 3 and there should be no microbes growing there. There might be a couple of microbes but it’s not gonna be that many. Same thing with the small intestine, this is not the place that you are supposed to have a lot of microbial growth growing out right here. Most of the microbial growth should be in the large intestine. So we have the stomach, small intestine which is like 23 feet and then we have the large intestine which is 5 feet. This is all the microbes are right here. SIBO are where the microbes are growing in the small intestine and sometimes even up in the stomach now if the stomach is very very acid that would kill of the microbes. The deeper root cause to this problem most of the time, its the low hydrochloric acid and that can come from antibiotics, anti-acid, junk food, consuming too much alkaline water, baking soda which is alkaline. All these things can neutralize the acid right here. And then what happens, when the normal function of the acid suppose to kill a microbe in a food that you eat, it doesn’t get killed, it passes through here and starts growing out here. A lot of food that you consume like vegetables and even some meat have some microbes in them that are supposed to be killed in this stomach level. If that doesn’t happen, it can actually start growing right here.

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Dr. Berg, 52 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.

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