Gut Healthy Bacteria Without the Bloating

Summary:

Probiotics, fibers, and even some prebiotics can  get you healthy gut bacteria. The problem is that they can cause bloating. They can also make the condition of small intestinal bacterial overgrowth or SIBO worse. PomBioX gets you good gut bacteria without the bloating or making SIBO worse.

 

SIBO

Do you feel bloated and uncomfortable after meals? It’s not your food’s fault. The culprit could be having too many unwanted bacteria in the small intestine. This is called SIBO.

 

Oligosaccharides ,Carbs that Bloating

When you have SIBO, the food you eat becomes a buffet for bacteria before it’s fully digested.  Broccoli, asparagus, onions, beans, apples and even watermelon are types of foods that have special fibers called oligosaccharides, which your bacteria love to gobble up and ferment.

These fiber compounds are important food for bacteria that helps them thrive in the colon but when they’re fermented in the small intestine, it causes excessive gas and bloating. When you have SIBO you must avoid foods and prebiotic supplements with fermentable fibers until balance is restored.

 

Bloat-Free PomBioX

As part of a protocol designed for SIBO patients. PomBioX is a non fiber based prebiotic. It contains a blend of key compounds from pomegranate and citrus fruits called polyphenols.

In the gut, polyphenols are broken down into smaller metabolites that promote growth, diversity and activity of beneficial bacteria in the gut without the issues caused by fermentation.

Contact us about getting PomBioX  as part of  a  non fiber prebiotic solution for SIBO that helps restore microbial balance,  without the gas and belly bloat.

Take Care, and Stay Healthy,

 

Jeffrey Mark, M.D.

Author

Helping clients with compassionate and comprehensive medical care for over 25 years with 5 board certifications in functional medicine, gastroenterology, internal medicine, anti-aging/ regenerative medicine, and obesity medicine . IFMCP, ABIM Gastroenterology, NPAS Internal Medicine, ABAARM, ABOM.

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