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A Family-drama in three acts. Like many of Ibsen's better-known plays, Ghosts is a scathing commentary on 19th century morality. (Summary by Kristingj)Cast:Mrs. Helen Alving, widow of Captain Alving: Rhonda FedermanOswald Alving, her son, a painter: Chris MarcellusPastor Manders: Algy PugJacob Engstrand, a carpenter: John TrevithickRegine Engstrand, Mrs. Alving's maid: KristingjNarrator: Amanda Friday
 
Henrik Ibsen's Ghosts was first published in 1881 and staged in 1882, and like his earlier play A Doll's House, profoundly shocked his contemporaries. Dubbed "a dirty deed done in public" by one of its critics, the play focuses on (among other things) venereal disease, euthanasia, and incest. The original title literally means "the ones who return," and the play is about how we can deal with the awful legacy of the past. (Summary by Elizabeth Klett) Cast:Mrs. Alving: Elizabeth KlettOswald Al ...
 
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IBS Freedom Podcast

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IBS Freedom Podcast

Dr. Nicole DiNezza, DC, NTP and Amy Hollenkamp, RD

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You can treat your gut without restrictive, awful diets... You can trust us to show you how! Whether you're newly diagnosed with IBS or a veteran, the IBS Freedom Podcast will provide clarity for your healing journey. Each week your IBS experts will cover topics within the world of IBS including small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO), leaky gut syndrome, dysbiosis, the low FODMAP diet, candida, and so much more.Meet your hosts!- Dr. Nicole DiNezza, DC, NTP is a functional medicine doct ...
 
John Gabriel Borkman is the penultimate play of the Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen, written in 1896. The Borkman family fortunes have been brought low by the imprisonment of John Gabriel who used his position as a bank manager to illegally speculate with his investors' money. The action of the play takes place eight years after Borkman's release when John Gabriel Borkman, Mrs. Borkman, and her twin sister Ella Rentheim battle over the future of young Erhart Borkman. Though John Gabriel Bo ...
 
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IBSI Preguntas

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IBSI Preguntas

IBSI Comunidad

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Canal de preguntas IBSI (Iglesia Bautista en San Isidro). Un espacio para pensar y crecer a través de preguntas hechas por nosotros y respondidas por el Pt. Gustavo Schneir. Si queres hacer tu pregunta podes escribirnos a info@ibsi.org.ar Hasta la próxima pregunta!
 
IBSI (Iglesia Bautista en San Isidro) existe con el propósito de Glorificar a Dios. Nuestra meta es extender su Reino en todo el mundo a través de cada miembro, y en las capacidades del Espíritu Santo. Manteniéndonos cada día en este propósito, esperamos con alegría la segunda venida de nuestro Señor Jesucristo. Alsina119, San Isidro Buenos Aires, Argentina
 
The take control podcast is hosted by gastroenterologist specialist dietitian Kirsten Jackson and provides advice for people with irritable bowel syndrome. Each week you can expect to find an expert interview, IBS success story or tips and tricks from Kirsten. While the low FODMAP diet is covered, this is not the only solution for IBS management. Instead, the Take Control holistic method of targeting nutrition, sleep, movement and mental wellbeing will be presented in a format where the conc ...
 
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The Gut Loving Podcast: All about IBS & the low FODMAP diet

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The Gut Loving Podcast: All about IBS & the low FODMAP diet

Laura Tilt (MSc, Dietitian RD) and Huelya Akyuez (sezamee - gut loving food)

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The Gut Loving Podcast is all about irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and the low FODMAP diet. The low FODMAP diet is a relatively new approach to effectively treat IBS symptoms and is scientifically backed up by a vast number of medical studies. The Gut Loving Podcast is hosted by Laura Tilt (an experienced Dietitian in the UK specialising in IBS and the low FODMAP diet) and Huelya Akyuez, patient and creator of project sezamee - gut loving food (video recipes and low FODMAP events) after livi ...
 
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Food sensitivity testing is testing how you would react to food. But food sensitivity is not official diagnosis. How come the testing for it are very popular? In this video, Amy and Nikki will share how food sensitivity testing is used in their own clinical practice and if it is really worth your time and money, and if it can trigger possible gut p…
 
In November's episode, we talk with Dr. Baha Moshiree, Professor of Medicine at Atrium Health and Director of Motility at Atrium Health Gastroenterology and Hepatology Center. Dr. Moshiree has co-authored a recent review of the ESNM consensus on Functional Dyspepsia and talks to us about why guidance is changing on the diagnostics and management of…
 
Pelvic floor muscles give you the ability to control the release of urine, feces, and flatus (wind) and to delay emptying until it is convenient. But how does it exactly work and how can it affect our Gut? In this episode, we have a special guest, Dr. Amanda Olson of Intimate Rose to share her expertise about pelvic floor! Get connected with Dr. Am…
 
ANNOUNCEMENT: Live Q and A every Wednesday afternoon (EST) on Nikki (@triangleguts) and Amy's (@amy_hollenkamp_rd) Instagram Accounts! Follow them so you won't miss it! Hypoglycemia or low blood sugar is a fall in blood sugar below normal. But is there a gut connection between the two? Here is part 2 of the Blood sugar and gut connection. Timestamp…
 
Hyperglycemia and the gut connection is not well represented or discussed in the IBS and SIBO Space. We acknowledge that there is a connection between the two but how well do we understand it. In this Episode, Amy and Nikki shares their observation among people with IBS and SIBO and hyperglycemia. Amy also shares her personal experience on having h…
 
Mindset may be blocking your gut healing. This is one of the most common cases Amy and Nikki observed among their clients. In this episode, they will share how they tackle mindset and mental health to their clients. We will see how powerful and capable our mind in affecting our body. WHAT TO EXPECT: Acting Happy Acknowledge Emotions Emotions and Mu…
 
Male hormones and gut - is it connected? On this second episode on hormones, Amy and Nikki explains the possible connection between male hormones and gut function. They also share possible causes and symptoms of low testosterone and if it can increase the risk of having IBS or SIBO. What to expect: Male Hormones Protocol Obsession Infertility SIBO …
 
Hormones are the body's messengers that can affect different body processes even our digestive system. How does our sex hormones interact with our gut microbiome and how can gut microbiome affect our hormones? Join Amy and Nikki as they dig deeper on the relationship of female hormones and gut function. This is part 1 of the hormone special of the …
 
Our October episode features Dr. Darren Brenner from Northwestern University and a member of the committee who recently co-authored the 2020 ACG Guidelines for IBS Management. We review the key recommendations and some of the changes to the universal guidelines as well as what they mean for clinical practice for both providers and for patients.…
 
Anxiety and gut health has a two -way relationship. Anxiety can change the normal processing our digestive system while digestive system can also affect our brain function. That is why it is important to take care of the gut brain axis. In this episode, Amy and Nikki discuss how they handle gut issues with anxiety. Here are what to expect: Hypervig…
 
Henrik Ibsen hadde ikke mange nære venner, men om noen skal nevnes må det bli Camilla Collett. I Camilla Collett fant Ibsen en samtalepartner for sin diktning, og i et brev til henne skriver han : … det er nu mange år siden at De, gennem Deres åndelige livsgang, under en eller anden form begyndte at spille ind i min digtning. – I følge forskningsbi…
 
Prokinetics means to promote movement. It is sometimes part of treating IBS, SIBO or GERD. But is it worth trying? In this episode, Amy and Nikki discusses the reason why prokinetics is used for treating IBS or any gut issues and why there are some practitioners who don’t use it. What to Expect: Current Issues on Treating IBS or SIBO Prokinetic Spe…
 
Bad bacteria has always been present in the gut and can promote dysbiosis under certain circumstances. In this episode, let's discuss the most common bad bacteria assessed in our stool tests. How can these bad bacteria live in our gut, what triggers them to over populate our digestive system, and what to do to prevent them from getting too many. Wh…
 
SIBO aka small intestinal bacterial overgrowth is a hot subject right now. Those with IBS are commonly misdiagnosed and actually have SIBO. But, how do you diagnose and treat this condition. In this episode, Kirsten Jackson, The IBS Dietitian tells you how! Thank you to our sponsor Bay's Kitchen, you can find out more about their products https://w…
 
Good bacteria helps maintain the gut ecosystem in a healthy balance. It also contributes on supporting your immune function and controlling inflammation. Let's take a closer look on how some of the famous good bacteria help our gut, what happens to the good bacteria when you have SIBO or IBS and learn more about the cross feeding relationship betwe…
 
Probiotics are known to be a "combination of live beneficial bacteria and/or yeasts that naturally live in your body". but this is one of the least used tool in managing SIBO and IBS cases. Sometimes, practitioners are also afraid on using probiotics for gut disorders. But should we? In this episode, Amy and Nikki will be providing pros and cons of…
 
Bread is often blamed for bloating. We are told to cut out bread from our diets and that gluten is bad for us. But did you know that this is actually a myth and that bread is good for your gut? In this episode, Kirsten discusses how you can eat bread without bloating and the difference between a gluten free diet and a low FODMAP diet. Thank you to …
 
Here is the follow up episode on nutrients and it's relationship with the gut! This time, we focus more on the other MInerals not discussed on other episodes. What to expect: 1. Sources, uses and importance of the following minerals: Calcium Iodine Selenium Copper 2. Client storiesBởi Dr. Nicole DiNezza, DC, NTP and Amy Hollenkamp, RD
 
How does our gut function when we got old? In this episode, Amy and Nikki discusses what we could be our gut condition will be when we got old and how we may lessen worst gut function during old age in the future. What to expect: Digestive Capacity Heidelberg test Iron Deficiency and Aging Habits Exercise and mitochondria Relationship Oral Health I…
 
Here is part 2 for the B Vitamins Segment and with the Vitamin C Watch the full episode to know more how important right amount of vitamin intake is and if there is a relationship between these vitamins and any gut disorders! They also share stories from their clients on their journey to getting enough vitamins and nutrition for better gut health! …
 
Did your IBS symptoms start as a baby or young child? Or perhaps you have a child with IBS and do not know where to turn to next. In this episode The IBS Dietitian, Kirsten Jackson, speaks to Bahee Van De Bor who is a paediatric specialist IBS dietitian. Bahee covers what symptoms are abnormal, the possible causes, what tests are needed and the low…
 
Here is part 1 of Getting to know more your B Vitamins! In this episode, Amy and Nikki shares the importance and uses of the B -Vitamins in our gut and metabolism! They also discussed the people who are at risk of getting deficiency! Remember to subscribe to always get updated. You don't want to miss the second part next week! B- Vitamins Covered: …
 
Some people claim that food is just fuel but we know from research that this is not the case. Food is also about emotions and social ques as well. While every food has a place in a healthy diet and occassionally overeating will make zero difference to your health, do you regularly over eat or consume foods you know will make your IBS worse? This is…
 
What are fat soluble vitamins and how can it affect our gut health? In this new episode, Amy and Nikki explains the role of fat soluble vitamins in our body especially in our gut. They also emphasize that these vitamins also have minerals associated with them. Watch the full video to learn more about the interrelationship of Fat soluble vitamins an…
 
You have heard about the gut-brain axis but what about the skin-gut axis? Again there are so many claims out there is can be confusing! So before you rush off to buy an expensive probiotic for your acne, listen to this podcast! In this episode, The IBS Dietitian, Kirsten Jackson speaks to UK Dermatologist Dr. Natalia Spierings about all things gut-…
 
Elemental diet is all over the IBS management and SIBO management routine. But is it really how is it useful on SIBO? Join Amy and Nikki as they discus the pros and cons of the Elemental diet. What to expect: Introduction What is the Elemental diet? Why does the Elemental Diet seem to be effective? Online Promotions of Health Management Is everyone…
 
More and more people are wanting to follow a plant based diet for health reasons and also ethical reasons. Whilst the research does support that a plant based diet is beneficial for gut health (and other areas of health), many of the claims online are inaccurate. You may also find that switching to a plant based diet overnight can cause problems wi…
 
Polyphenols are compounds found in plants. It's known benefit is that it can help fight disease and inflammation. But can polyphenols help us have a better gut health? Join Amy and Nikki as they discuss further the effects of polyphenols on the gut, specially on our microbes and share some of the foods rich in polyphenols. What to expect! What is p…
 
The low FODMAP diet is a term which is thrown around casually but often, even people are following the diet don't actually understand what it is about. This can lead to a lot of confusion and actually incorrectly following the diet process. In this episode, The IBS Dietitian, Kirsten, what the low FODMAP diet is and the do's and dont's to avoid fur…
 
Feeling stuck with your GERD and Reflux? Is prescription the only to treat it? Join Amy and Nikki as they discuss some tips from a nutritionist, MOLLY, who had personal experience with GERD and Reflux. Molly Pelletier is a Nutritionist, BS Dietetics BU, MS Dietetics Candidate BU '22, 500-hour registered yoga instructor You Can reach Molly through: …
 
SIBO Breath test is one of the diagnostic tools used for SIBO but when should you get one? Are you thinking of taking a SIBO Breath test and don’t know what to do? In this episode, Amy and Nikki gave a run through on what to consider before taking a SIBO breath test, and is it really reliable? Which SIBO breath test is appropriate for you? What to …
 
Skin and gut connection is one of the topics less in the gut space. But, how can our gut be very powerful that it can affect our skin? Have you been having skin issues that doesn't seem to go away despite all of your hardwork to eradicate it? Maybe, gut health is the missing link. Here is Jennifer Fugo, from Healthy Skin Show, to help us discover t…
 
When you have IBS you relationship with your body is not normally very good. People will often say they feel 'fat' and 'frumpy' as their bloating expands up and down all day. And, let's be honest, the barage of 'perfect' body images on social media does not help the situation. In this episode, Kirsten Jackson, The IBS Dietitian speaks to Lottie Dry…
 
Poop or stool is very important in the gut health realm. It can show us the status of our gastrointestinal tract. If there is bleeding present, if you have good motility and if you were able to digest things properly. So, if there is anything unusual on your poop, it can serve as a warning sign! But what is a usual poop or normal stool? How does it…
 
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