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SIBO/ Gluten Free Diet....... Help!

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Hello everyone

I'm new here, just signed up, and I have a question for you all. Are any of you struggling with SIBO (small intestine bacteria overgrowth) as well as celiac disease? The gluten free diet in itself is challenging but then adding yet another digestive issue is . . . well hard.

Any recipe ideas and or interesting meal ideas would be great. . . along with some support! :)

I know I'm not alone!

Thanx for reading.

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I have gluten intolerance/sensitivity not celiac (afaik), and I've also had SIBO for the past several years. In terms of diet the main things that cause problems with SIBO are sugars and other carbs. Just limiting carbs overall helps me with the bacteria and also the gluten issue.

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I have gluten intolerance/sensitivity not celiac (afaik), and I've also had SIBO for the past several years. In terms of diet the main things that cause problems with SIBO are sugars and other carbs. Just limiting carbs overall helps me with the bacteria and also the gluten issue.

Isn't GAPS/SCD Sibo friendly? I'm asking because I'm not sure.... If it is there are quite a few web sites out there with recipes.

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Hello everyone

I'm new here, just signed up, and I have a question for you all. Are any of you struggling with SIBO (small intestine bacteria overgrowth) as well as celiac disease? The gluten free diet in itself is challenging but then adding yet another digestive issue is . . . well hard.

Any recipe ideas and or interesting meal ideas would be great. . . along with some support! :)

I know I'm not alone!

Thanx for reading.

Isn't GAPS/SCD Sibo friendly? I'm asking because I'm not sure.... If it is there are quite a few web sites out there with recipes.

YES! The diets are SIBO friendly.

GAPS Diet

Specific Carbohydrate Diet

If you Google "SCD recipes" you'll find a ton of stuff that will help you eat. My daughter-in-law has been doing SCD for a year now, and is much better.

I found an awesome site where a researcher writes about his work with inflammation in general, some of his topics include discussion of gut flora. I'm posting a link in a new thread...

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