Science Based Diet Book Addresses The Cause Of IBS, Small Intestinal Bacteria Overgrowth (SIBO)
The New York Times Best-Seller Protein Power Co-author, Michael R. Eades M.D. writes forward for Fast Tract Digestion IBS.
WATERTOWN, MA, USA Norm Robillard, Ph.D., Founder of the Digestive Health Institute has released his third book, Fast Tract Digestion IBS to provide IBS suffers with the alternative science-based Fast Tract Diet in place of drugs and antibiotics.
Approximately 50 million people suffer from IBS in the US alone. WebMD on medications for IBS states No single medicine has been shown to be effective in relieving IBS over the long term. Potentially severe side effects and health risks associated with commonly used IBS medications include: pain, bloating, constipation, electrolyte imbalance, mineral deficiency, rectal bleeding, heart attack, stroke and even death.
The cause of IBS, Small Intestinal Bacteria Overgrowth (SIBO), can be addressed by limiting 5 difficult to digestive carbohydrates that are likely to promote excess fermentation in the small intestine according to Dr. Robillard. His novel measurement, Fermentation Potential sorts out over 300 foods from the most likely to cause symptoms to the least likely and gives a point system to measure symptom potential in foods.
Dr. Robillard presented the Fermentation Potential system at the recent Digestive Disease Week meeting in May, 2013 to provide a different treatment option to gastroenterologists for treating SIBO-related conditions.
Dr. Robillard shows the reader why the Fast Tract approach is superior to other diets, drugs, and even antibiotics, which are often prescribed in an off-label manner for IBS .. Even people with the most challenging symptom will be pleased with their improvement writes Michael R. Eades M.D. in his forward.
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