National Nutrition Month | $100 off microbiome profiling
This week we dive deeper into the intricate relationship between the microbiome and Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). Uncover how an alteration in the gut ecosystem is associated with IBS symptoms and explore strategies to manage the symptoms with diet. Since what you eat fuels your gut microbiome, many people can manage their IBS with food. We breakdown which trigger foods are best to avoid if you have, or suspect you have, IBS. Even better, we give detailed and science backed food recommendations for those suffering from this condition. We also delve into dietary modifications, FODMAP categories, and alternative interventions like probiotics and digestive enzymes.
In the end gut health is highly personal since each individual's microbiome composition is totally unique. We can make suggestions based on general scientific evidence and research but emphasize that a microbiome test is best for targeted, personalized and effective solutions