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Re: SIBO caused by fructose malabsorption... help???
 
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Re: SIBO caused by fructose malabsorption... help???


Hi, thanks for your detailed reply!

1. Is it possible you had a false negative for the breath test? I've read the test can be unreliable.
2. So basically I have to wait until I'm sure SIBO is gone to start a pro-biotic?
3. Will look into the book
4. I'm planning to see the gastroenterologist in August. I know that they treat SIBO there with Antibiotics although I'm not sure what kind. Until August I'd like to make a go of it with natural remedies. Then I'll have a breath test and see what the results are.
5. The elemental formula is a mix of oil, Sugar (in our case, glucose) and minerals. I'd prefer to eat those as a part of my diet instead of taking them as a drink. Do you think it would be ok to just take a mineral supplement? What are you putting in your drink?
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10. I would like to try biofilm disruption as well. You said you are taking enzymes but I've read that lactoferrin and NAC are good as well and seem more affordable. How did you decide what to take?

Another question, I've read contradictory information about SIBO and a low carb diet - one source says bad bacteria will starve without starch/sugar. Another source says some bacteria will starve but others will start eating your insides instead of your food. Now that sounds scary! My current diet is really low carb, but maybe that's not the right approach?
 

 
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