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THE SCIENCE

Everything we do at the Good LFE is science-backed.  
Our team has spent decades researching gut health and GI disorders with a focus on SIBO, IBS and the microbiome.  This pioneering research has led to the development of Low Fermentation Eating as a tool to treat these GI disorders and promote microbiome balance. 
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Low Fermentation Eating

Developed from decades of scientific research, Low Fermentation Eating (LFE) is designed to aid in the treatment of SIBO, IBS and other microbiome imbalances.

DISCOVER
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What is SIBO?

SIBO is a GI disorder affecting over 70 million Americans, and often undiagnosed. We walk you through the symptoms, diagnosis and treatment.

LEARN
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LFE Books

Learn about SIBO, IBS and your microbiome in The Microbiome Connection and then treat your GI system with delicious food from our cookbook.

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LATEST ARTICLES

LFE Fruits: The Good vs. The Bad

LFE Fruits: The Good vs. The Bad

It's important for you to understand what fruits may aggravate your SIBO symptoms and what fruits you can safely eat.
The SIBO IBS Connection

The SIBO IBS Connection

SIBO is the cause of IBS in 70% of cases
Disease and the Microbiome

Disease and the Microbiome

Microbiome experts are focusing on one the world's biggest biggest epidemics along with other common diseases. 
Gut Check

Gut Check

The role of bacteria in drug responses.
The Gut-Lung Axis

The Gut-Lung Axis

The emerging relationship between allergies and the gut microbiome.
Microbiome, To Coin a Phrase

Microbiome, To Coin a Phrase

A history of the term, its source, and why we should be paying attention.
The Case for Virtual Colonoscopies

The Case for Virtual Colonoscopies

The procedure appears to be safe, effective, and less costly than a conventional optical colonoscopy.
Anxiety and the Gut-Brain Axis

Anxiety and the Gut-Brain Axis

The gut microbiome can influence brain function via what's known as the microbiome-gut-brain axis.
What is Functional Medicine?

What is Functional Medicine?

Better gut health leads to better health overall. Functional medicine practitioners understand that connection.