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Hidden Potential with Sarah Saffari

Jun 21, 2021

Gut health and gut issues have been around for a very long time. Not only can they cause physical disturbance and terrible symptoms, these health problems oftentimes are the result of a stressful lifestyle. In this episode, Sarah Saffari is joined by Dr. Melanie. Dr. Melanie explains all about SIBO - Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth, the importance of probiotics and how it all relates to our diet choices.


“I’ve experienced the side of being overweight, how people respond to you, how people treat you and how that can really affect your mindset.” – Dr. Melanie


In addition, Dr. Melanie explains that all of these issues descend from the digestive system do impact our personal life, as well as, our professional life. For that reason – but not only that – it is so important to become aware of this kind of subject: to help you identify unusual symptoms and take care of your health and wellness with knowledge.


About Dr. Melanie

Dr. Melanie ND – known as The Intuitive Edge Doctor – has clinical expertise in Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO) and Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). Having suffered with gut issues herself, Dr. Melanie believes that the majority of illnesses, symptoms, and diseases are caused not just by physical imbalances, but by energy and mindset misconduct as well. She helps drive people to understand their bodies.


Key Timestamps

[01:47] – What Dr. Melanie does and her background with diets and gut issues;

[05:36] – Dr. Melanie explains the concept of SIBO (Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth);

[21:14] – Details about SIBO, its symptoms, and Migrating Motor Complex;

[33:24] – How gut health affects business and personal life;

[36:26] – Should you take probiotics?

[43:20] – The origin of gut issues might not be so obvious;


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