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


Hi Grizz,
I dream of the day when I can eat or drink anything I want! My diet is extremely restricted, and I still feel terrible!

After a lot of labs that came back normal, I put some thought into it and tried changing around my diet. I noticed that I feel much better when I take vinegar and HCl supplements with meals and concluded I have low stomach acid, which I think probably caused SIBO. I've been popping those HCl tabs like candy.

I read on your page that Iodine is great for stomach acid and I'm hoping to see improvement, but things are very slow. I can't really titrate up much because my thyroid starts to feel like a golf ball lodged in my throat. Currently at two drops 2% Lugols daily. I'm taking all the required supplements, including 600mcg of Selenium. Maybe I need to take more salt with iodine? Any advice?

I've also read that low stomach acid/hypothyroid symptoms would benefit from methylation supplements. I'm thinking of starting TMG, a B6/B12/folate supplement, and Zinc. Maybe this will jump start acid production in my stomach while I wait for the benefits of iodine?

My medicine cabinet continues to run out of space!
 

 
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