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SIBO occurs when bacteria that may (or may not) normally live in the

GI tract have overgrown in a location not meant for so many such

organisms. This results in the interference of normal digestion and

assimilation of food, and may lead to damage of the lining of the

small intestine. Unwanted symptoms are common, and if SIBO is left

unchecked, a number of serious health challenges could result.

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