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IBS and other “dirty” things we don’t talk about that affect your health!
This week on the Autoimmune Hour segment of Life Interrupted Radio we have the honor of Dr. Barbara Bolen. She is the author of IBS: 365 Tips for Living Well, Breaking the Bonds of Irritable Bowel Syndrome and the co-author of The Everything® Guide to the Low-FODMAP Diet and IBS Chat: Real Life Stories and Solutions.
Dr Barbara Bolen is on a mission to make bowel symptoms and bowel problems as ordinary and easy to talk about as any other medical condition. On this episode of Life Interrupted Radio’s Autoimmune Hour she will share her expertise on all those “dirty” things we don’t like to talk including:
What is IBS and why it’s so puzzling
How to talk about bathroom issues with your doctor
Ways to manage your irritable bowel syndrome
How IBS is detected and does food or gut bacteria trigger IBS
What the heck is a FODMAP
Listen in live to this latest podcast this Friday January 29th at 7PM EST
More about Dr. Barbara Bolen: She is a psychologist, health coach, and health writer specializing in digestive health. More information is on her website, drbarbarabolen.com.
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Are you part of the 1 billion people in the world who have IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome)? How did you feel when you received your diagnosis? Were you hopeful that you would be given a treatment that would cure you of your symptoms? I know I was. However, no such thing exists.
Why? Because IBS is a diagnosis of exclusion. Your doctor has ruled out all other diseases and you’re left with a bunch of symptoms without a known cause. All of the medications available for IBS are designed to help with the symptoms; they are not designed to cure you of the underlying cause. And in my case, the medicines didn’t help.
Fortunately, that is all changing. Research is confirming that we may actually know the cause of IBS. To make the long story short, it appears that IBS may actually be SIBO (small intestinal bacterial overgrowth).
Showtime: Wednesday, June 3rd at 6pm PT / 9pm ET
Ever heard of Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth?
It's not a well known condition, but research shows that approximately 50% of patients with IBS have it!
Symptoms include gas, bloating, constipation/diarrhea, abdominal pain, gas/bloating.
Join Dr. Lo and Dr. Allison Siebecker as they shed some light on this pesky infection and how to treat it naturally!
Hosted by Dr. Lauren "Lo" Noel