Modifying the diet is one of the most critical components of effective SIBO treatment, and there is a simple reason for it: bacteria are living organisms and they need to eat to survive. When we have an overgrowth of bacteria, we want to starve them of their food sources.
Overgrowth of candida albicans has got to be one of the most common, most annoying and most tedious conditions to deal with. Why is it so hard to get rid of this pervasive fungus that has made a home in your body? From Emily Kennedy, MSc RHN, and Dr. John Gannage, MD.
Research has shown that 87% of individuals who suffer from chronic migraines are deficient in DAO, the primary enzyme responsible for breaking down histamine.
What I’m Reading This Month: Aluminum and Autism, NAC for Cancer Treatment, and Science Manipulation by the Sugar Industry
What I’m Reading This Month: Aluminum and Autism, NAC for Cancer Treatment, and Science Manipulation by the Sugar Industry November 2017 The sheer volume of health, wellness, and medical news and commentary available on the internet can be overwhelming. Every month,...
There is emerging evidence that Vitamin D is important to add to the pre-pregnancy supplement routine to support fertility and healthy pregnancy.
What I’m Reading This Month: A Breakthrough in Sugar/Cancer Growth Link, Trump’s Pick For EPA Safety Chief, and the Iodine Missing From Milk-Alternatives
Dr. Gannage’s picks for October
As much as we may feel that smartphones are connecting us to our friends, our peers, and the world at large, loneliness is on the rise among adolescents. It is the great paradox of the digital age: the more “connected” we are, the more isolated we seem to become.
Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is the most prevalent endocrine disorder, affecting about 5-10% of women of reproductive age. Classic PCOS comes with a set of symptoms, such as irregular or absent periods, evidence of high androgens (excess hair growth, thinning hair, acne), being overweight or obese, and multiple small cysts on the ovaries.
Recent research has shown that 84% of patients diagnosed with Irritable Bowel Syndrome also have SIBO: Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth. Could SIBO be the primary root cause of IBS?