A New IBS Solution– written by Dr. Mark Pimentel, this is a short book that goes over the science behind SIBO, treatment options, and the most common associated conditions
Functional Gastroenterology– written by Dr. Steven Sandberg-Lewis, a well-respected naturopathic physician with decades of experience working with patients with digestive disorders, this book is comprehensive, well-researched, and perfect for the analytical patient who takes an active role in their healthcare
Digestive Health with Real Food– written by RD Aglaee Jacobs, this book provides in-depth, easy-to-follow scientific explanations about SIBO, causes, treatment, diet, & recipes
The Paleo Approach – written by Sarah Ballantyne, PhD, this book provides scientific explanations about certain foods & their connection to promoting inflammation. Plus she is a nutrient genius!
SIBO Summer Cookbook– written by Australian SIBO recipe developer Rebecca Coomes, this cookbook is a first of its kind! All recipes are entirely compliant with the phased SIBO diet designed by Australian SIBO expert Dr. Nirala Jacobi. Many of the recipes are also compatible with Dr. Siebecker’s SIBO Specific Food Guide, although not specifically indicated in the book.
SIBO Family Favourites– Rebecca Coomes does it again in her second cookbook featuring recipes compliant with the phased SIBO diet designed by Australian SIBO expert Dr. Nirala Jacobi. She transforms your favorite symptom-provoking recipes (like pizza!) into creative culinary masterpieces that are sure to delight!
The FODMAP Friendly Kitchen– created by the blogger behind She Can’t Eat What, this gluten-free, low FODMAP cookbook is drool-worthy. Some of my favorite recipes in the book include Strawberry Hemp Seed Millet Salad, Sticky Maple Lime Ginger Pulled Pork, & Peanut Butter Caramel Bars. Note: some of the recipes contain low FODMAP dairy products (specifically, cheeses), but there are also plenty of options for those who cannot eat any dairy (like me!).
Practical Paleo– created by holistic nutrition consultant, Diane Sanfilippo, this cookbook provides many paleo recipes that can be adapted for those following SIBO diets. It specifies which recipes are low FODMAP and for some, what modifications can be made to make them low FODMAP. If you can tolerate eggs, Diane’s Pumpkin Pancakes have been a favorite in my family!
Mediterranean Paleo Cooking– created by two nutrition consultants and a chef, this cookbook is my go-to for fancier meals. Recipes indicate whether they comply with AIP, Low FODMAP, SCD/GAPS, & low carb and offer modifications where possible. There are all kinds of pizza recipes, desserts, meat/seafood dishes, and more!
Overview: Symptoms, Causes, Treatment, Diet (very good summary with links to additional resources by Aglaee Jacobs)
Siboinfo.com (This website is a wealth of information provided by Dr. Siebecker from the NCNM SIBO Center in Portland, OR. She is a naturopath who is one of the leading SIBO experts)
IBS & Constipation (a short article that explains the way the intestines work and why fiber is not the answer for all cases of constipation)
Leaky Gut (often seen in patients with SIBO; my leaky gut manifested itself through itchy skin and seasonal allergies)
Histamine Intolerance (seasonal allergies? food allergies? check this out!)
Hydrogen Sulfide (a lengthy and scientifically-written article that explains various complications of hydrogen sulfide bacteria in the small intestine)