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Gut Health, Sibo, and Growing your own.

 
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Here I am discussing some of my personal battles and the reasons why I decided to live a more healthy lifestyle by becoming a permaculture farmer. Not only to heal myself but the land along with me....Thank you.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZqIMpH3520w&t=925s
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My husband had sibo five years ago.  The doctor actually gave him two years to live because it was not responding to anything and just kept getting worse.  I got him on raw papaya with seeds daily, just a little slice or two, not the whole papaya.  In less than two weeks he was well.  
 
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Small Intestine  Bacterial Overgrowth.
I had never heard of that before.

 Thanks for the video link.
Nice educational rant while building a swale.
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