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Researchers have estimated that 30-40% of the western population have SIBO without knowing about it and still only limited knowledge is known about why SIBO occurs.
This post is for all who suffer with digestive discomfort out there who are looking to follow the Low FODMAP diet (LFD). As a health coach I’ve spoken to many IBS sufferers who have been concerned about what they can or can’t eat, whether meals are easy to cook, that the whole family will enjoy or they have just completely given up on […]
So, I thought that now is a good time for me to do another update on my experience taking Resolor (Prucalopride). If you haven’t read my previous posts regarding Resolor, please do. It will help you to understand the ups and downs I had when I first started to take it. It’s been 4 months […]
So yesterday I was completely out of it and couldn’t report back, and as i’m writing this I’m still very low on energy. Wednesday was the day where I got all the results and final diagnosis. On monday I had my X-ray for my Stitz marker test and today I had my colonoscopy, anorectal manometry and […]
Hello everyone! As you may know I have Colonic Inertia and have been living with this for about 28years (from birth). However in the last year I have developed many food intolerance’s such as gluten, dairy and meat. Last year I went to the hospital complaint of pain in my abdomen feeling bloated and experiencing