The Most Comprehensive SIBO Resource for Nutrition Pros
Caitlin Self, MS, CNS, LDN
Perfect for Getting Confident with SIBO Patients
Susan Gleaton, RDN, CLT
These licensed nutrition professionals have additional trained expertise in addressing complex gastrointestinal conditions. Search by regions for experts who can help with IBS, SIBO, IBD (Crohns and Inflammatory Bowel Disease), food sensitivities and intolerances, reflux, GERD, Celiac, autoimmunity, and more.
Learn how the coating around microbes can impact the success of your work with GI clients. You'll hear how to best address biofilms with the use of enzymes. You'll also hear about the fascinating ways that enzymes help to reduce inflammation by reducing lipopolysaccharides (LPS) and the load of proteins that trigger the immune system. Presented by Dr. Bastidas of Transformation Enzymes.
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) are commonly-diagnosed conditions, but current treatment approaches often do not result in satisfactory, long-lasting symptom improvement. Advanced stool testing with quantitative PCR (qPCR) can provide important insights into some of the most common gastrointestinal and microbial imbalances that may be hindering treatment responses in these conditions. In this presentation, Dr. Fabian discusses case examples illustrating how the insights gained from advanced stool testing can help practitioners to develop better treatment approaches for patients and clients.
Are you focusing solely on gut health with your GI patients? We know that the gut-brain connection is strong and that many IBS patients have anxiety and/or depression. This HPA-axis presents a valuable opportunity to improve our quality of care by working from multiple angles: work on the 'stress' side AND the 'gut' side for optimal results. In this webinar you’ll not only receive valuable teaching about the complex bidirectional relationship between stress and your patients’ gut health; you'll also learn how to support them.
Learn how to optimize your selection, dosing, and timing of digestive enzymes for your patients. Digestive enzymes are not 'one size fits all'! You'll also learn the problems with using enzymes that include bile and/or HCl. Grab the bonus handouts and Q&A replies from this link: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1_syLMJUasbe4WS7WgTqIipmzTSB_16KC?usp=sharing
- What the evidence says about SIBO breath testing - The pros/cons of glucose vs lactulose testing - Exactly when/who to test and how - Tons of examples of real (tricky) tests and how to interpret them! (SLIDE DECK: LINK IN REPLAY PAGE DESCRIPTION)
- How to identify the major underlying cause of SIBO - Why common SIBO treatments are often ineffective - Dietary changes that can improve SIBO (hallo!) - The value and limitations of stool testing - The differences between 16S and whole genome sequencing - The benefits of functional analysis and reporting - Practical protocols that address the underlying cause of SIBO (SLIDE DECK: LINK IN REPLAY PAGE DESCRIPTION)
1. What is Microbial Shift Disease and why it is critical to look at the health of the entire GI tract, starting with the mouth 2. Is it SIBO or SIFO? Broad-Spectrum botanicals can address both 3. How effective are Bio-Botanical Research products without diet modifications when addressing SIBO? Duration: 1:45 including Q&A. Learn how best to optimize your SIBO protocols!