I know you're asking yourself, is this food going to make me more bloated? You might even be scared of eating it.
Diet can be a useful tool to help you feel better but it is not something that needs to add more stress into your life. It is only a guideline, to get you to become aware of how your body reacts to certain foods and what you feel best eating.
Maybe you are craving mac and cheese. That's your comfort food. But how do you feel after eating it?
One place that patients often start with a SIBO or IBS diagnosis is a Low-FODMAP diet.
This diet is not treating your SIBO completely but can help. It is providing some relief but it won't address the underlying bacterial overgrowth and dysbiosis.
So it's completely optional if you want to try a Low-FODMAP diet right away or in a few months from now, while you treat your SIBO.
Watch the video above to learn more about what to eat and what to avoid!