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SIBO, Food Intolerance, and the Bi-phasic Diet Protocol

SIBO, Food Intolerance, and the Bi-phasic Diet Protocol

SIBO, Food Intolerance, and the Bi-phasic Diet Protocol

Nirala Jacobi, BSc, ND
Nirala Jacobi, BSc, ND
on behalf of National University of Health Sciences

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Launch date: 19 Apr 2017
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Last updated: 11 Mar 2018

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In addition to antimicrobial therapy, the effective treatment of SIBO requires certain dietary restrictions that are based on the low FODMAP diet. In this talk, Dr. Jacobi will review her Bi-Phasic diet that focuses specifically on timed pre-treatment and treatment diet strategies to maximize patient outcomes. Practitioners in Australia use the Bi-Phasic Diet successfully in conjunction with conventional and/or herbal treatments. Additionally, food intolerances commonly seen in advanced SIBO patients will be discussed.

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Nirala Jacobi, BSc, ND

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Nirala Jacobi, BSc, ND
on behalf of National University of Health Sciences

Dr. Jacobi graduated from Bastyr University in 1998 with a doctorate in naturopathic medicine. She practiced as a primary care physician in Montana for 7 years before arriving in Australia

Nirala is considered one of Australia’s leading experts in the natural treatment of small intestine bacterial overgrowth (SIBO), a common cause of IBS. In 2014, she designed the SIBO Bi-Phasic Diet to aid practitioners in simplifying their treatment approach with their SIBO patients. She is the Chief Medical Officer and Director of SIBOTest (www.sibotest.com), an online breath testing service and educational portal for practitioners. She frequently lectures to national and international professional audiences on the topic of SIBO and is the founder of the first Australian SIBO Summit happening October 8, 2016 (Melbourne) and October 10, 2016 (Sydney).

Nirala has had a busy private practice in Brisbane since 2008 and recently moved her clinic to Wilsons Creek in the beautiful northern rivers region of NSW, Australia.

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Hard to understand the presenter at times and the presentation was hard to read.

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