Dr. Adam Rinde shares how to recover from SIBO

123- What You Can Do To Improve SIBO with Dr. Adam Rinde

By Bryan Carroll CFMP, NTP, FAFS

August 20, 2020


While the entire numbers of people who may have SIBO is unknown, it is estimated that over 80% of people with IBS also have SIBO. Which if 15% of the population has IBS, then that is quite a few people who are also suffering from SIBO.

I know, I am throwing around a lot of acronyms right now, which can get confusing. What we will be talking about is digestive issues, and overgrowth in the intestinal tract that can cause symptoms such as excess bloating and gas.

Dr. Adam Rinde is an expert who works with lots of patients with SIBO and will be teaching us what to look for in SIBO patients, and how to treat it effectively.

What To Expect From This Episode

  • The Liver's role in the body and how important it is to gut health
  • What SIBO is and how it is more than just bacterial overgrowth
  • What all can lead to an increase in SIBO-type symptoms
  • Which treatment protocols are the best to help with SIBO symptoms


Shownotes

  • [1:30] What is Dr. Adam Rinde's background and what got him interested in medicine
  • [6:00] Is there an area in the body where disease seems to stem from
  • [7:15] Why is the liver so important for the digestive tract
  • [10:45] What is SIBO and what are signs that you may have SIBO
  • [16:00] When using a probe to look into the gut, can that move bacterial from one intestine to another
  • [20:45] Is SIBO an overgrowth of the microbiome or an overgrowth of something else
  • [24:00] What are some typical GI dysfunctions that can lead to SIBO
  • [31:00] Since a lot of roads can lead to SIBO, is the treatments options vast as well
  • [33:00] Does the overgrowth bounce back quickly if you fall back into bad habits, or once it is under control are you in the clear
  • [37:15] Are probiotics helpful and could it irritate the SIBO
  • [41:30] Dr. Adam Rinde has final thoughts on SIBO
  • [45:00] If you sync your circadian rhythm with the season, does that mean in the winter time you slow way down

Resources From This Episode

Some of these resources may contain affiliate links, which provides a small commission to me (at no extra expense to you).

  • You can learn more about SIBO at Dr. Rinde's podcast- Listen Now
  • Take a look at the Bristol Stool Chart to see how well your stools are doing- Learn More

Transcript For Episode (Transcripts aren't even close to 100% Accurate)

Learn More About Dr. Adam Rinde

Dr. Adam Rinde teaches how SIBO can impact the entire GI tract

Dr. Adam Rinde teaches how SIBO can impact the entire GI tract

About the author

Bryan Carroll CFMP, NTP, FAFS

Bryan Carroll is a certified Functional Medicine Practitioner and Movement Therapist who helps the outdoors community to reduce injuries and improve their health so they can get back to exploring nature. His big health crisis from mold exposure taught him the importance of finding the root causes to illnesses so you can take back control of your life. He is also the host of the Summit For Wellness Podcast.

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