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