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SIBO Test 

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Tired of Gas, Bloating, and Feeling Unwell?

What is SIBO? 


Normally, bacteria are found in the trillions in the LARGE INTESTINE, where they perform various symbiotic functions for the human body. SIBO is a condition where bacterial overgrowth occurs in the absorptive area of the body the SMALL INTESTINE.

Are you experiencing....? 

  • Diarrhoea

  • Constipation

  • Alternating constipation and diarrhoea

  • Abdominal cramping

  • Bloating and/or wind

  • Burping and Acid Reflux/GORD

  • Asthma

  • Chronic fatigue

  • Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)

  • Food sensitivities

  • Joint pain, such as fibromyalgia

  • Skin rashes, including rosacea

  • Iron and B12 deficiency

  • Leaky gut 

Cause of SIBO

Post infectious

Overconsumption of simple carbohydrates


Low stomach acid level 

a case of gastroenteritis can often be the “heralding event” for the development of SIBO

Do you like sugary foods, sweets, soda, fruit juice?

proton pump inhibitors, morphine and other opiates, narcotics, possibly beta agonists and calcium channel blockers

Normal stomach acid levels are required to kill bacteria. Stress is one of cause of lowering stomach acid level!


Initial colonisation of bad bacteria

Altered anatomy

Slow motility of small intestine 

Did you know your stress level is directly associated with your gastrointestinal function? 

Pooling and stagnation of small intestine allows for bacterial overgrowth

malformation of the ileocecal valve, surgical intervention causing scarring and adhesions altering the normal anatomy of the small intestines

caesarean birth, no breast feeding

How does SIBO affect you?

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SIBO causes damage to the absorptive surface of the small intestine - the ability of the body to absorb nutrients from food.

The absorptive surface of the small intestine is likened to a shaggy carpet, with finger-like protrusions called villi. The surface of the villi contain microvilli, which act as the interface of absorption—microvilli secrete enzymes called “brush border enzymes” which break starches into single molecules and proteins into single amino acids, so these can be absorbed.

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Do I have SIBO? 

Take a 5 minutes free test from here  


Are your symptoms ticking any boxes? There is a strong likelihood you may have SIBO. It is treatable and manageable. I will support you to restore 'healthy, comfortable tummy'. First of all, let's find out with easy, home, breath test. 

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How it works 

  1. Purchase a package - The test kit will be delivered to your nominated address by express post. 

  2. Follow the instruction enclosed and collect the sample.

  3. Post it!

  4. In 12-14 business days, you will receive a call or email once your results have arrived

  5. Book an appointment for 30 minute private 'Reports of Findings Consultation' ** 

**If this is your first consultation, Please choose 'Initial Consultation' to receive a 1.5hr comprehensive consultation ​

During consultation, you will receive

Explanation of your results and how they might be linked to your health concerns

Nutritional, dietary advice based on your results 

Supplements advice

Lifestyle advice

Copy of your results to take home

In-Clinic Meta Scan to ascertain body composition and cellular health

(For initial consultation bookings only)

You will receive personalised,  validated report which shows if you have SIBO. You will also receive personalised dietary recommendations based on the results.


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First Visit Package 


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Existing Members package

**All prices are inclusive of postage and consultation fees

If you want to combine more than one test, please enquire for the price

 **First time visit requires comprehensive consultation so that I can better understand your health situation for better health outcomes

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