The SIBO-Autoimmune Connection: etiology and treatment protocols

The Autoimmune-SIBO Connection: Etiology and Treatment Protocols

SIBO, small intestinal bacterial overgrowth, is an often difficult to treat chronic dysbiosis.  SIBO is defined as an increase in the number and/or alteration in the type of bacteria in the upper gastrointestinal tract.  SIBO is also found to be one of the main causes of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and suspected to contribute to other digestive disturbances.  This area of research is growing and researchers are learning more and more each day.  Our understanding of SIBO, IBS, and how the microbiome interacts with other bodily functions is bound to evolve as we learn more.

Join Dr. Morello as he discusses the autoimmune-SIBO connection, and novel understandings in assessing the etiology of this condition.  He will review protocols for improving symptoms, while at the same time addressing and treating root causes.  We will spend the lecture exploring natural-based treatment protocols derived from Dr. Morello’s clinical practice.