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    Quote Originally Posted by namelesswonder View Post
    If you guys go back in this thread, he's detailed his supplement regimen for dealing with SIBO a few times.

    Muppet (awesome username, btw), did you post earlier in this thread about what kind of symptoms you are having? GAPS is pretty low carb, I believe, and I don't know that it's necessarily wise for you to be too low-carb while breastfeeding.
    GAPS can effect SIBO and make it worse because of the yogurt it tells to you ingest. Also low-carb is a bad idea when breast-feeding I second that,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron_Swanson View Post
    General Constipation Protocol

    600 mg Magnesium Citrate - Daily
    Stay Hydrated - Drink Clean Water - But 1/4 tsp of good quality sea salt or real salt in a glass of water once a day.
    Walk for at least 30 minutes a Day
    Drink 1 tsp. of Chia Seeds soaked in water for at least 30 minutes for the fiber.
    Uni-Fiber One Tablespoon up to 3 times daily
    Eat two bananas daily.
    Follow Stress and Adrenal Protocol
    3,000 mg of Ester C - Daily
    Use a Squatty Potty when you defecate to retrain your body to squat when you use the toilet.
    Rarely: Gaia Natural Laxative Tea: Follow Recommended Instructions
    < Magnesium and Vitamin C are osmotic laxatives make sure you drink water so you don't become dehydrated>
    Would this apply to people without a gallbladder?

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    This will teach me not to read the front page/use search, didn't even see this thread.

    So my girlfriend has mentioned that if she doesn't eat for a period of time, to the point she gets hungry, she experiences the following symptoms:
    -Gas production (she didn't mention if this resulted in burping or farting lol)
    -Abdominal pain/discomfort
    -Gargling in her stomach

    Its something she's concerned about because she feels she has to continually eat to prevent this, and then puts on weight because of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AMonkey View Post
    This will teach me not to read the front page/use search, didn't even see this thread.

    So my girlfriend has mentioned that if she doesn't eat for a period of time, to the point she gets hungry, she experiences the following symptoms:
    -Gas production (she didn't mention if this resulted in burping or farting lol)
    -Abdominal pain/discomfort
    -Gargling in her stomach

    Its something she's concerned about because she feels she has to continually eat to prevent this, and then puts on weight because of it.
    SIBO with possible blood sugar regulation issues, maybe adrenal fatigue is the cause?
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    Now this is very informative Ron and I think that everybody appreciates your help. Keep the good work and help the members.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Enilegna/hearts View Post
    Would this apply to people without a gallbladder?
    Yes, but I would suggest taking an ox bile supplement or a digestive enzyme with every meal that has fat in it to help with digestion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron_Swanson View Post
    Yes, but I would suggest taking an ox bile supplement or a digestive enzyme with every meal that has fat in it to help with digestion.
    Thanks! Will try it!

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    Hey Ron,

    I've been following your posts for a while and thought I would ask a question since you're so knowledgable.

    I believe I've been having gall bladder issues. I've been doing primal for about 7 months-had a handful of pretty terrible gall bladder attacks since then (extremely nauseous, burping non-stop) The dr said I have gall bladder sludge building up, this was over a year ago after a ultra-sound for a physical exam.

    I started taking magnesium citrate, 400 mg, while eating dinner and that keeps me regular (which I love), but I still get gall bladder irritation. Last night, after eating meatloaf, I had indigestion, burping, and felt discomfort. I don't know if its because it was a rich meal, or since I'm taking the magnesium it's increasing stomach acid, but now I'm afraid to eat for fear I'll have a gall bladder attack. I know certain food irritate the gall bladder-should I be drinking water, lemon and cayenne pepper mixture in the morning? Any advice is appreciated!!!

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    You should take a more conservative route first. Take both Bile Acid Factors By: Jarrow and Digest Gold By: Enzymedica with every fatty meal first for about 2-4 weeks to give your gallbladder a break. Then you should do the cayenne pepper protocol with humic acid after to see if your gallbladder is well enough to start breaking down the bile. Keep more informed.
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    Okay, thanks for your response, I will do that! Should I keep taking the magnesium as well?

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