The definition of small intestinal bacterial overgrowth isn’t well understood and has been controversial in the medical community. But the way that gastroenterologist Michael Cline, DO, thinks about it is that it’s a byproduct of something else that is going awry in the body.
A stressful relationship is often behind bloating, abdominal pain and constipation. Get practical tips from Dr. Michael Roizen on managing life’s stresses.
Trillions of bacteria live in your intestines — but don’t be grossed out. Many of them are “good” bacteria that help keep us healthy. Think of it like having pets living inside of us. And as with any pets, you’ve got to feed them. Cleveland Clinic Digestive Disease Institute’s Gail Cresci, PhD, RD, who studies … Read More
Controlling bacteria in your gut may help curb diet-induced heart disease, show Cleveland Clinic researchers. A substance found in olive and grapeseed oils is one potential treatment.
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If there are five people with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), each one of them may have different causes for the exact same symptoms. Learn about a functional medicine perspective on treating IBS.
Diabetes is growing at an alarming rate. New research explores a possible link between the microbes in the gut and the increase in Type 2 diabetes.