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Why Diet Alone Is Not Enough to Treat SIBO
Diet on its own does not cure SIBO. Find out what’s wrong with the SIBO dietary approach, and learn how to treat this condition.
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Testing and Treating Digestive Issues in Children
Diagnosing digestive issues in children can be difficult. Find out when you should pursue testing for pathogens or gut issues and when to take an approach that rebuilds the gut.
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When Should You Try A Low Carb Diet?
There are people who thrive on a low-carb or ketogenic diet. Here are the precautions you should take if you want to try this nutrition approach yourself.
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Are Xylitol, Sorbitol, and Other Sugar Alcohols Safe Replacements for Sugar?
In this installment of the sweetener series, we're exploring sources of sugar alcohol and whether or not they're a good alternative to other sweeteners.
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Why You Need a ‘Digital Detox’ (And How to Do It Right)
Today we're discussing the why of a digital detox, the connection between high fat diets and endotoxemia, FODMAP sensitivities and how to rebuild your gut.
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The Truth about Legumes, Saturated Fats, and Vegetarian Diets
In this episode, we cover the legume controversy, research on saturated fats, and why you should think twice about a vegetarian diet.
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RHR: New IBS-FODMAP Research, Overtraining and Acne, and Treating Alopecia Areata
Today we're discussing new IBS-FODMAP research, food allergies and testing for inflammation and how to overcome alopecia areata naturally. Plus more!
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Answers to Your Burning Questions about Digestion
In this episode I answer frequently asked questions about digestion, covering topics like parasites, stomach acid, the GAPS diet, SIBO and more.
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3 Reasons Why You May Not Be Able to Tolerate Coconut Milk
Coconut milk is often a staple food for those following a Paleo diet. But here are 3 reasons coconut milk may not be your friend.
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