IBS

The Gut-Brain Axis and the Rise of Psychophysical Disease with Dr Daniel Weber

Jul 26, 19
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According to Dr Daniel Weber, the gut is the second organ system in evolution and is by far, the most complex, with the intestines being both the largest endocrine and the largest immunological organs in the body.

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Nov 01, 18
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Mind-body medicine (MBM) encompasses a variety of therapies that consider the synergy between the mind, body, emotions and behaviour as well as the way in which these, combined with social and spiritual factors, can have a direct impact on an individual’s health and wellbeing.[1]

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Aug 18, 17
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Recent research explored whether there is a relationship between proton pump inhibitor (PPI) use in irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO).

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Endometriosis and Immunity with Leah Hechtman

Aug 09, 17
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What role does the immune system play in endometriosis? Women's health expert, Leah Hechtman joins us to share her clinical wisdom on this topic.

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Aug 07, 17
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It is estimated that the global prevalence of IBS is 11%. The most common cause of IBS is small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) — in fact, a whopping 60-80% of IBS is due to this common condition, totalling a possible 500 million people worldwide.

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SIBO: A Root Cause of IBS? with Dr Steven Sandberg-Lewis

Mar 08, 17
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Dr Steven Sandberg-Lewis is a leading pioneer in the field of SIBO and other functional gastrointestinal disorders. Today he shares his insights on the IBS - SIBO connection.

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Dec 21, 15
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With the growing focus on the human microbiome there has been a profound shift in our understanding of the role of the gut in health and disease.

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Probiotics as Medicine

Dec 09, 15
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Probiotics have a plethora of applications. In this podcast we explore some medically diagnosed conditions for which they are clinically appropriate.

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