Herbs for SIBO Protocols: Do They Work?

Herbs for SIBO

Does using herbs for SIBO protocols work? First off, if you have SIBO, you already know it can be a beast to beat. From conventional prescription drugs to herbal protocols and other supplements for SIBO, patients now have a lot of options to consider. But when discussing herbs for SIBO, which are usually not recommended…

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SIBO vs IBS: How to Tell the Difference

Symptoms of SIBO vs IBS

How can you tell if you have SIBO vs IBS? Do any of these sound familiar to you? Painful bloating. Irregular bowel movements (constipation, diarrhea, or both). Excessive gas. Fatigue. Reflux. Abdominal cramping. In other words, does your overall digestion generally just suck? For many, these types of symptoms result in a diagnosis of Irritable…

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Spinach and Kale Salad with Feta and Pumpkin Seeds

Spinach leaves

With the warmer weather, we’ve been talking electrolytes this month, and this spinach and kale salad recipe definitely fits the bill. *For a quick overview of electrolytes, see our electrolyte blog post here. While electrolyte supplements abound, the cool thing is, you can actually get most of these essential minerals from food. This spinach and…

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Baked Salmon with Sweet Potatoes and Greek Yogurt Sauce

Salmon fillet

With the warmer weather, we’ve been talking electrolytes this month. For a quick overview of what electrolytes are, see our electrolyte blog post here. While electrolyte supplements abound, the cool thing is, you can actually get most of these essential minerals from food. This baked salmon recipe with a creamy yogurt sauce is a great…

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Whole Wheat Carrot Muffins

Carrot muffins

It’s no secret I love to bake, but I try to be conscious about my ingredients. I’m all about fiber, protein, and vitamins, and these carrot muffins have it all. These easy whole-wheat carrot muffins make a great breakfast, lunch or snack! They are high in fiber (thanks WW flour!), low in sugar (thanks honey!),…

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The Low FODMAP Diet 101

Cruciferous veggies

By Danielle Dessayer, Dietetic Intern Are you enduring abdominal pain, bloating that makes you look like you’re five months pregnant, constipation that hurts when you lay down at night, or discomfort from holding in uncontrollable gas during your long work shifts?  Then this article is for you.  Sometimes, our bodies get out of rhythm and…

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The Best Buckwheat Waffles

Buckwheat waffles

I love using buckwheat flour. While some may be put off by its earthy color, I find the warm tones it creates in my baking to be comforting. The flavors are deeper as well, imparting a slightly sweet yet almost grassy flavor to my muffins, waffles, and pancakes. It may take some getting used to,…

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Creamy Winter Mushroom Soup

Mushroom soup

Most of you probably think of creamy soups as heavy and unhealthy. But what if I told you there are tasty ways to change it up? Cream of Mushroom soup is one of those classic dishes that never seems to go out of style and makes a perfect winter meal. This homemade edition is nutrient-dense…

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