In this post, I want to talk about how your gut flora is an integral player in the development and health of your immune system. Up until now, I’ve talked about how a compromised gut-wall barrier can cause endotoxemia and other immune reactions via translocation of antigens into systemic circulation. However, maintaining gut wall Read More →

  In part one of this series, I covered what small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) is. This post will concern itself with the diseases it’s associated with. As always, association is not causation so SIBO may be along for the ride and not the initiating cause, or conversely, it might be. It can often be Read More →