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These drops can be added to dairy products (like a morning latte) to create a lactose free product. It’s helpful for those who tolerate casein and whey (milk proteins) but are avoiding lactose (which is high FODMAP).
SIBB stands for small intestine brush border. SIBBzymes supply enzymes that are normally found in small intestine brush border but may be lacking in those with compromised digestive systems. This product is free of common allergens.
Digestive enzymes can be very helpful in supporting your digestion while your system is compromised and may help ameliorate some symptoms such as bloating, feeling of fullness or gas.
Atrantil may be very helpful to those with bloating in particular. Doctors have commented to me in passing that for some people it’s a miracle worker, some people it will help relieve some symptoms and for some it does nothing.
Gaia Adrenal Support
This herbal supplement supports your natural response to stress and may be helpful to those experiencing fatigue.
Healthy origins is a non-GMO guar gum supplement that can be taken during antibiotics or as otherwise directed by your healthcare provider. It’s good to start with smaller amounts as not everyone will tolerate fiber.