Struggling with Sulfur Sensitivity? My Interview w/ The Paleo PI

I was recently interviewed by Rory from the Paleo PI to discuss sulfur sensitivity and small intestine bacterial overgrowth (SIBO).  In this interview, we covered potential causes of sulfur sensitivity, treatment ideas, and our personal experiences with these conditions.  You’ll learn about why you may be reacting to foods such as kale, eggs, broccoli, and cabbage and also what you can do about it.  To listen to the interview, click here.

I also shared with Rory my SIBO Symptom Tracker which I have refined over the course of my healing journey.  I use this tracker as a way to check in with my body daily, but also to look for patterns in my symptoms to identify trigger foods, supplements, medications, and behaviors.

Let me know if you have any questions!

4 thoughts on “Struggling with Sulfur Sensitivity? My Interview w/ The Paleo PI

  1. Hi

    Ive recently been diagnosed with sibo, I was doing a search because my most annoying symptom is brain fog and low grade headache and came across your blog

    I read in earlier post that you had bad brain fog, did it ever clear up for you?

    Thanks

    David

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    • Yes, it did! Although mine was caused by not eating enough carbohydrates (due to following SIBO diet), so unlikely the same cause for you since you were only recently diagnosed. The combination of brain fog & headaches makes me think something with the liver. Best of luck!

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