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The Care & Feeding of a Healthy Human Microbiome

Introduction to the Microbiome The human microbiome is made up of 10–100 trillion symbiotic microbial cells with unique genes; primarily from bacteria in the gut. Our gut bacteria, of which we have up to 10 times more than human cells, thrive on the very things that create inflammation in our body including sugar, refined carbs,… Read More »

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Dr. Kim’s Guide to SIBO Treatment

What is SIBO? Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) is an increased number and/or abnormal type of bacteria in the small intestinal section called the jejunum. For many years, a culture of the small bowel was the gold standard for diagnosing SIBO based on the presence of ≥1 × 105 bacteria (colony-forming units (CFU)) per cubic centimeter… Read More »

treatment for crohn's disease

The Best Treatment for Crohn’s Disease

Introduction to Crohn’s and Ulcerative Colitis Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) results from two disorders of chronic intestinal inflammation which affects approximately three million people worldwide: Crohn’s disease and Ulcerative colitis. There is no “fun” autoimmune disease, but IBD has its own special sort of misery that only those with the disorder can attest. While many treatments are quite… Read More »

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How to get rid of Bloating in 7 Easy Steps

7 Steps To Battle Bloating To stop bloating symptoms, you need to identify the root cause. Depending on what is wrong, you’ll need to follow a maximum of seven steps. I’ll reveal the most common “causes” of bloating and how to relieve it. Review the list below first identifying what you’ll learn about reducing bloating… Read More »

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Totally Nuke the Side Effects of Antibiotics your Doctor Dismisses

What are the Inevitable Side Effects of Antibiotics? Antibiotics can be life-saving and sometimes irreplaceable therapy for bacterial infections. However, there are appropriate and inappropriate uses of antibiotics. The side effects of antibiotics being covered here are so prevalent that you will get them. To clarify, these don’t include allergic reactions, rashes, or antibiotic resistance. In… Read More »

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