Rebecca Coomes The Healthy Gut with Dr Melanie Keller on 4 – Steps to treating SIBO

The Healthy Gut Podcast Ep.27

4 – Steps to treating SIBO with Dr Melanie Keller

Dr Melanie Keller joins Rebecca this week to talk all about her 4-Step program to treat SIBO: rebalance, reinforce, remedy and renew. Dr Keller is passionate about treating SIBO and believes that an individualised approach to treatment is imperative to success. She and Rebecca get into why sharing your complete history with your practitioner is so important to truly develop a unique treatment program. They also chat about why sometimes, even after multiple treatments, SIBO can stay with us and what next steps can be taken to recover if this is the case.

In Today's Episode

In Episode 27 of The Healthy Gut Podcast, we discuss:

✓ Dr Keller’s 4 – Step program to treat SIBO: rebalance, reinforce, remedy and renew

✓ How to approach to treating SIBO

✓ Why sharing your complete medical/physical history with your practitioner is so important

✓ What to address first in treatment, particularly in patients with multiple medical issues

✓ How to uncover the underlying cause of SIBO

✓ Why an individualised approach to treatment is so important

✓ What to do if you have been to multiple doctors and haven’t been able to clear your SIBO

✓ Why Dr Keller supports methylation pathways, and what they are

✓ Dr Keller’s views on the future of SIBO and the treatment of it

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Connect with Dr Melanie Keller

Dr. Melanie Keller, ND is National University of Natural Medicine alumna and specializes in the treatment of SIBO and associated conditions (sibosolution.com). She participated in the development of the SIBO Symposium(s), the SIBO Center at National University of Natural Medicine and co-authored the Feb/March 2014 Townsend Letter article, The Importance and Relevance of IBS in the Female Patient. Dr. Keller is a current board member of the GastroANP, a Mastermind contributor with Seeking Health Education Institute and has a private practice based in Los Angeles, California. Her evidence-based approach addresses epigenetic influences from microbial dysbiosis, malabsorption, and environmental toxins.

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Rebecca Coomes is an author, entrepreneur, passionate foodie and intrepid traveller. She transformed her health after a lifetime of chronic illness, and today guides others on their own path to wellness. She is the founder of The Healthy Gut, a platform where people can learn about gut health and how it is important for a healthy mind and body and coaches people on how to live well with SIBO. Rebecca is the author of the world’s first cookbooks for people treating Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO) and the host of the SIBO cooking show and The Healthy Gut podcast.

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1 thought on “The Healthy Gut Podcast Episode 27”

  1. Hi Rebecca,

    I usually enjoy your podcast very much, but this episode has not been very helpful. Dr. Keller seems to not have understood your questions well, many of her answers didn’t have much to do with what the original question was about. We didn’t get to know what her 4 steps approach (the podcasts title!) actually is, neither what she recommends regarding diet.
    Also, it would be very interesting to get any references for the claim that “methanogens really like fat”. And, what does that mean in terms of dietary recommendations, as restricting both, fat and carbohydrates, doesn’t seem viable?

    If you possibly get the chance of a follow up with her, these points would be really worth clarifing, and generally perhaps try to dig more into the specifics of what’s actually happening. ๐Ÿ™‚

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