Angor wrote: Thank you for sharing Thomas. Your story sounds very similar to mine. About the probiotics and SIBO, you should read this story about someone on IBS Group who cured SIBO by cutting out probiotics: After 5 Relapses – Now Cured.
I also notice that yogurt and such doesn’t work well with my stomach. My main problem is gas and diarrhea.
What I would like is a flour that works with my body. Do anyone know of a flour that works with SIBO but doesn’t feed candida? Coconut, buckwheat and oat bran is too fibery. But of course, if it don’t feed the candida it should be on the allowed foods list, but it never hurts to ask …
I’m a bit low in iron, does iron supply feed candida/SIBO?
Thanks again Thomas for all your help.
thank you for the link!
If you are having gas and diarrhoea than you have a too fast transit and malfermentation. I would look out NOT to get too much fibre. I simply dropped as a starter the idea that I have Candida and checked out if the IBS or SIBO was my problem. And lots things changed when I cut out the high fibre products. If you dont react to sugar than I would suggest that you, before candida, check out how you feel if you go with a anti SIBO diet. You could try too the GAPS introduction diet. That would not spoil your anticandida battle and gives you a chance to see what happens to your gas and diarrhoea.
You too can cut off on the veggies the heavy fibres before you eat it. That might even be enough for you. I had a change after 3 days. You should see the effect within a week or two max.