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    if you have SIBO i personally think the only way to get rid of it as antibiotics - rifaxamin in particular ...

    there are loads of diet plans out there that claim to do the job but they are pretty hardcore and results are hard to prove .

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    Quote Originally Posted by boris View Post
    if you have SIBO i personally think the only way to get rid of it as antibiotics - rifaxamin in particular ...

    there are loads of diet plans out there that claim to do the job but they are pretty hardcore and results are hard to prove .
    Antibiotics have a lousy track record in curing SIBO. And even then, herbal antibiotics work better than Rifaximin: http://shayahealth.com/resources/SIB...raditional.pdf

    Here's a really good article about treating SIBO: https://medium.com/@stkirsch/insight...bo-c091bb5aa00

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