Lauren Houser, CRNP, leads an interactive evening with Georgia Tetlow, MD, ABIOM exploring how to improve your health!
Our gut is a boundary that both protects us from the outside world and allows us to absorb nutrition for energy and well-being. Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) means bacteria colonize an area that nature intended to be bacteria free–the low number of microorganisms facilitates maximum nutrient absorption in this part of the gut. In intestinal permeability, or leaky gut, our gut boundary becomes too permeable, resulting in inflammation, food reactions, skin conditions and autoimmunity. Join us to learn effective integrative approaches to these two surprisingly common, and often unrecognized, conditions.
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