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  1. LilliMarlene


    I am confused... So it turns out I have SIBO. It might explain quite a few of my health issues. But, I do not understand the difference between Low Fodmap an Whole30.. I ordered a SIBO book and here things are a little different! I know that it is very individual what diet that works the best and that I must find my way.. but I kinda was set om Whole30 now. For fodmap it Removes onions and garlic and avocado, which I love. I do suspect my system dont like onions.... Is it so that some people do Whole30 and in addition leave out the fodmaps too? Is that recomended? I dont think I can do that AS there will be nothing left to eat:( My doctor actually recomended both the SIBO book and Whole30 but they are not the same.. discouraged today
  2. For my #January Whole30, I will be doing a SIBO Specific Whole30. Basically, Whole30 + Low FODMAP + SCD (Specific Carbohydrate Diet). I have done this once before as part of my treatment plan for SIBO. It's very restrictive and a bit of a battle, but doable. I'm both looking for and willing to offer support to anyone who might be in the same boat. Are there others with SIBO who might be doing this?