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This is the era of information overload and sometimes it's hard to know what to trust. At The IBS Academy, you can gain access to a reliable source of information for those with digestive complaints. Receive dietary guidelines, recipes, updates on research and inspiration on how to stay motivated, healthy and balanced.

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Effective Strategies to Reverse Poor Digestion

Poor digestion can be the underlying cause to developing a number of common symptoms: burping after meals, heartburn, bloating, undigested food in the stool and changes in stool frequency, often seen with IBS.

When we are talking about poor...

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How to Test for SIBO

As more and more research pours out regarding the cause of IBS, advances in laboratory testing to diagnose SIBO (small intestinal bacterial overgrowth) emerges.


How to Test for SIBO

The Hydrogen Breath Test

The hydrogen breath test has become the...

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Before I Knew I Had SIBO

I remember doing a fitness photo shoot when I was 25 or 26 years old. I was trying my hardest to make it BIG in the fitness competition world, and this photoshoot was supposed to be my declaration to the world that I meant business and was going...

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Top 5 Clues SIBO Is The Cause of Your IBS

If you have IBS and suffer constantly from bloating and gas, despite making necessary dietary and lifestyle changes, then there may be more going on then you think.

In a number of studies, SIBO (small intestinal bacterial overgrowth) has been...

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Causes of Inflammation & How to Reduce It

What causes inflammation, anyway? This is a question often get from my nutrition clients, and it's a good one. We should be questioning our symptoms as they are cues to understanding our body and what changes we may need to implement in order...

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Why Do I Have IBS?

IBS, which affects 11% to 14% of the population, is a puzzling condition with multiple models of pathophysiology including altered motility, visceral hypersensitivity, abnormal brain-gut interaction, autonomic dysfunction, and immune...

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