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Intermittent fasting (IF) is a hormetic stressor, or something that leads to a positive adaptation.CorrectIncorrect
Who is not a good candidate for IF?CorrectIncorrect
Why can patients with SIBO have such a wide range of symptoms?CorrectIncorrect
What is the primary process that contributes to SIBO in a functional medicine practice?CorrectIncorrect
In 2017, the North American Consensus stated that a positive hydrogen SIBO breath test was an increase of greater than 20 ppm from baseline before 90 minutes and a positive methane breath test was greater than 10 ppm at any point during the test.CorrectIncorrect
What are some limitations for using endoscopy to diagnose SIBO?CorrectIncorrect
What are the risks for false positives and negatives with glucose and lactulose breath tests, respectively?CorrectIncorrect
High levels of baseline hydrogen may indicate improper test preparation?CorrectIncorrect
Is there greater risk in over- or under-treating SIBO, and why?CorrectIncorrect
An elevated anti-vinculin or anti-CdtB antibody level on the IBS-Smart test indicates the initial cause of IBS and/or SIBO was infectious gastroenteritis.CorrectIncorrect