What is SIBO? FREE online summit
There's a little known condition that's secretly affecting the daily lives of millions of people around the world! I'll give you a hint... it starts with an S and ends with an IBO.
For those of you who don't know, SIBO (small intestine bacteria overgrowth) is a condition present in over 60% of people with irritable vowel (oops) bowel syndrome 🙂
If you suffer from any of the following:
- Chronic Constipation or Diarrhoea
It could be SIBO!
Before the freak out begins (Hello Dr. Google Search!), I've got another solution.
My friend Shivan Sarna and her Co-host Dr. Allison Siebecker are bringing together some of the foremost experts across the globe to discuss this little known, yet potentially life altering disease.
I'm so excited to be part of the FREE SIBO SOS Summit, where leading nutritionists, international doctors and patients are going to reveal one of the most overlooked and under-diagnosed conditions on our planet.
If this is an area of interest for you, it’s going to change your mind, change your life and move you to take real action about your own health and wellbeing. Featuring over 5 full days of expert interviews, Shivan will take you deep into the causes, treatment options and expert opinions on everything from diet, to medication and information you need to know to help and encourage you to regain your health and beat SIBO (even if you didn’t know you had it!).
We're giving you access to treatments, tests, tips and breakthroughs that really work. It's perfect to help you and potentially, your patients, treat and prevent SIBO. As a special guest, I'll be speaking all about gut health and how you can simply make healthy eating delicious and I'm so excited to bring you along.
The FREE online summit is from the 24th June-28th June.
You can sign up here!
I'll see YOU at the SIBO summit!
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A person may lack adequate stomach acid. While this alone is usually not enough to cause SIBO, it certainly can contribute, especially when combined with other malfunctions.
Exactly! I hope you do the summit and enjoy it. Lee x