My Diagnosis of IBS & SIBO, Plus Potential Autoimmune Disease and Mood Disorder

  1. […] Hey friends. Today I wanted to keep it relatively short (and personal) with a quick update on how my SIBO die-off and overall recovery progress has been going. For those of you just joining my journey, you read my diagnosis post here. […]

  2. […] learned something new about food and about myself. And that makes it worth it. I’ve developed IBS, SIBO and an autoimmune disease during the time I was vegan. Yeah, it sucks, and but I am on a path to healing and I am so lucky to […]

  3. […] to know more? Check out my original article, outlining my SIBO and IBS diagnosis, as well as my first update post detailing the recovery […]

  4. TexasVelvet says:

    Have you checked for any critters and parasites? I’m a little paranoid about that and there’s a detox supplement called SCRAM that can help. I’m also trying to figure out my various illnesses and looking for healthy natural solutions. It’a like a never ending research project. // betterbipolar.com is my blog

    • TheFitFoodist says:

      I was actually tested for parasites and came back negative, thankfully! I think finding the right holistic/integrative doctor that can work with your specific needs and isn’t pushing pharmaceuticals down your throat is really effective. It can be a long process, it’s taken me 3 years to find a doctor
      I trust and that has been able to diagnose me correctly and put me on a path to natural healing. I’ll check out your site. Good luck and don’t give up!

  5. […] & Fire but they typically add red pepper, garlic and onions to their bone broths, and with IBS, SIBO and leaky gut, I can’t have those […]

  6. […] which is an overgrowth of yeast, as well as other digestive issues and mental disorders. My chronic anxiety and mood disorder are largely a byproduct of my wonky gut microbiome, although I had no idea about the strong link […]

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  8. […] wanted to share with you guys is how to still enjoy your Thanksgiving feast if you suffer from digestive/gut issues like IBS, SIBO, even Chrohn’s, […]