SIBO Cooking Essentials
Thai Style

Learn To Cook Simple, Tasty, “Gut-Friendly” Meals That Will Help You Feel Good, Even If You’re a Complete Beginner in the Kitchen

Learn How to Cook Simple, Delicious Thai-Inspired Meals While Reducing Your Digestive Symptoms

With Hosts Josh Sabourin and Chef Joy

So you love tasty Thai food, but you’re afraid that your IBS or SIBO symptoms will roar with a vengeance the moment you take a bite of shrimp soup or devour some pad thai?

Learning to cook Thai-inspired food is both fun and easy, but if you have IBS or SIBO, you already know that you have to watch out for flare-ups - especially from certain ingredients that are traditionally used.

So what can you do? Do you still have to avoid the foods you love? Is there a way to enjoy these delicious culinary voyages without causing your gut to riot?

And even if you do learn to cook simple Thai recipes, how can you be sure they won’t interfere with your overall gut health?

Sure, you can buy a cookbook or search for Thai recipes online, but none of them will take into account your unique dietary needs and restrictions.

That’s where I can help. Along with Chef Joy, I’m going to teach you how to cook Thai-inspired American dishes that are simple, delicious, and most of all, gut-friendly.

We’ll walk you step-by-step with easy-to-follow video and written instructions, so that you’ll be able to create exquisitely flavorful dishes without the worry of SIBO or IBS flare-ups.

Your body -- and your taste buds -- will thank you!

Hi, I’m Josh Sabourin.

I've tested all the recommended diets around and learned what actually helps.

I’ve lived with IBS and SIBO for many years, starting from the time I was in college. It dramatically changed the course of my life.

I have always enjoyed cooking and trying new foods, so needless to say, I thought this diagnosis would bring all of my culinary escapades to a screeching halt.

I tried all kinds of recommended diets and experimented with different recipes. As you know, there is no “one size fits all” recipe guide for IBS and SIBO sufferers.

Like you, I had to re-learn how to cook, eat and shop for food, as well as what to order at restaurants. Through trial and error, I learned the hard way which foods made me feel better and which foods made me feel worse.

On top of that, I was trying to get to the bottom of my symptoms by seeing numerous different doctors, all of whom gave me conflicting advice with regards to diet and lifestyle changes.

Through my own efforts to stay on top of the latest research on diet for SIBO and IBS, as well as my doctors’ recommendations and my “adventures’ in food, I’ve been able to perfect my eating strategy.

But as you know, there are all kinds of recommendations out there. Paleo, Low-FODMAP, SCD, low fermentation, phasic dieting, gluten free and so much more.

The Good News Is, Once You Learn the Basic Essentials, You Can Eat Pretty Much Any Type of Cuisine, Cook a Wide Range of Simple Recipes and Even Eat Out at Most Restaurants!

Learning to cook and eat a SIBO and IBS friendly diet doesn’t have to be hard!

That’s why I created SIBO Cooking Essentials.

I felt like people with these conditions, or those who care for them, needed a simple and realistic option to cut through all the confusion and misinformation out there.

Something that was designed for everyday people, not master cooks.

Even if you’ve never cooked a serious dish in your life, you can learn the basics of how to cook tasty Thai-inspired dishes and eat a gut-friendly diet while doing so.

And don’t worry, these dishes use normal ingredients that you can find at your local supermarket. But now you’ll get to enjoy a Thai spin on classic meals that will make your mouth water.

Along with my co-host, Chef Joy, an expert in Thai cooking, I’ll walk you through the basics of cooking for SIBO and IBS while helping you to heal your gut through the food you eat.

In short, you’ll have everything you need to learn how to cook tasty, easy meals that are delicious and nutritious, while being easy on your digestive system.

Course Information

Here’s What’s Included in SIBO Cooking Essentials

SIBO Cooking Essentials was designed for beginner cooks who want to enjoy a variety of foods, but also want to avoid triggering the symptoms of SIBO or IBS.

If you’re not an expert chef and you want to learn the basics of cooking unique, flavorful Thai recipes -- this is the course for you!

  • Understanding diet for SIBO and IBS - Whether you have SIBO and/or IBS or you care for someone who does, ensuring you understand how food ‘works” for them is essential.
  • Shopping for Ingredients - Choose the right ingredients that won’t upset your gut.
  • Going over Food Lists - You want the meals you cook to be gut-friendly, and these helpful food lists will make sure you’re on the right track.
  • Basic Kitchen Essentials Needed - You’re going to need a few basic kitchen tools. Here’s how to prepare and what to have on-hand.
  • Video demonstrations of cooking 12 simple recipes, 2 simple bases, and 2 herbal teas - With these foods and bases, you can create a large variety of Thai-inspired, gut-friendly dishes.
  • Tips for eating out & avoiding food poisoning - What to keep in mind when you eat out to avoid flare-ups or worse!

What You’ll Learn

How to Cook Simple, Tasty, Gut-Friendly Recipes at Home

Across several different modules, you’ll have instant access to a range of step-by-step, easy-to-follow cooking videos, including:

How diet helps reduce SIBO and IBS symptoms - and how it can also prevent relapses and help you maintain good gut health over time.

Demystifying the gut-friendly diet - there are a host of different IBS and SIBO diets out there. But when you simplify them down to the basics, such as lower fermentation and starch vs. no starch, things suddenly become much more doable. I’ll show you how.

What foods to select at the market - Learn what to get and how to choose ingredients that will help you when grocery shopping.

The tools of the trade - You’ll need certain basic kitchen essentials to cook healthy food, and I’ll lay them all out for you (don’t worry, they’re not complicated!)

Cooking breakfast dishes - Traditional Thai-inspired breakfasts like potato porridge and vegetable soup are super easy to make and a great way to start your day off right! Learn how in these detailed videos.

Cooking lunch dishes - Ever wondered how to make typical Thai lunches gut-friendly? We’ll show you exactly how to make them, step-by-step.

Cooking dinner dishes - Finish up the day with hearty, healthy Thai-inspired dinners. We’ll cover three simple and tasty recipes in these videos.

Cooking Thai soup - This flavorful soup is a regional favorite with healing herbs, and it’s one you’re sure to love!

Making desserts - Learn how to prepare two mouth-watering, simple Thai desserts that will have you wanting seconds!

Making teas - No gut-friendly cooking course is complete without tea! I’ll show you how to make two delicious herbal teas that can help your gut quickly and easily.

Who This Course is For?

Anyone Who Lives With IBS and/or SIBO and Wants To Learn Cooking Basics

SIBO Cooking Essentials is for anyone who wants to learn to cook simple, gut-friendly dishes and reduce their digestive symptoms.

If you want to cut through the clutter and confusion of all the different SIBO and IBS diet advice out there and actually learn how to cook foods that make you (and your gut) feel better, SIBO cooking essentials is exactly what you need.

If you want to learn the basics of maintaining a simple, gut-friendly diet wherever you go, this course will teach you the fundamentals to keep in mind, so that you can finally love the kinds of foods that love you back.

And even if you’ve bought a few recipe books, but never tried any of the dishes because the whole process seems overwhelming and you’re not sure if your digestive system can handle the stress -- this is the course for you.


Cooking for Gut Health Doesn’t Have to be Hard!

Stop worrying about every bite of food you eat and learn the essentials of cooking with SIBO.

With step-by-step video demonstrations, you’ll learn how to cook delicious recipes, as well as grasp the fundamentals of diet. From basic kitchen tools you need to how to avoid food poisoning when eating out, everything you need to learn is laid out, step-by-step, so that you can follow along at your own pace.

We show you step-by-step through video demonstrations how to cook tasty recipes, we explain the fundamentals of diet, and we guide you through everything from basic kitchen tools to use to avoiding food poisoning.

Course Curriculum

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  Recipe Book Handout
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  Healthy Thai Soup
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  Simple Bases to Use With Anything
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  Tips for Eating Out & Avoiding Food Poisoning
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Frequently Asked Questions

When does the course start and finish?
The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
How long do I have access to the course materials?
After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own. You can come back to watch the videos as you try cooking the dishes!
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.
What Diet Format Does the course follow?
The cooking course sticks to the basics of the Low-FODMAP diet but is not 100% strict. This means that there are a few ingredients used that contain foods which are medium or high in FODMAPs but for the most part all the recipes contain healthy Low-FODMAP ingredients. The recipes and instructions taught in this cooking course are meant to be reliable for the long term and focused on the main principles of all healthy digestive diets.
Do you use dairy, gluten, egg, and other questionable foods for people with IBS?
All the recipes demonstrated in this course are free of gluten, dairy, garlic, onion, and most other trigger foods. There is only one recipe where we incorporate an egg for texture but it can be made without it. This means that most people will do great with all of the recipes in this course.
If my diet is super restrictive right now can this course be helpful?
Tough question. It really depends on how restrictive your diet is. If you are not eating any starch and are very limited in the foods you consume this course may not work for you. That being said, I designed the recipes in this course for anyone to be able to tolerate, so even if you have a restricted diet it should help a lot. All of the ingredients used are gut-friendly and adhere to the principles of the low FODMAP and other SIBO diets.
Do I need any tools for this course?
In order to follow along with the cooking demonstrations you will need basic kitchen tools. We go over the basic tools used in the course but most people should have all the necessary equipment in their kitchen already. We do not use any fancy or out of the ordinary tools because this was designed with the beginner in mind.
Is there a recipe book handout and other materials included?
Yes, there is a recipe book download and a few other helpful downloads to use in your cooking and diet education.

Start Cooking Gut-Friendly, Healthy and Flavorful Thai Dishes Today!

Eating for IBS and SIBO changed my life -- and I know it can change yours, too.

Once you see how much better you’ll feel and the wide variety of foods that you can finally eat without fear of flare-ups, your eating and dining out experiences will become so much richer and more rewarding.

SIBO Cooking Essentials walks you through all the steps you need to start cooking easy yet delicious (and popular) Thai dishes. Even if you’ve never tried your hand at cooking Thai food in the past, there’s no better time to start than today.

Join today and broaden your culinary horizons the easy and gut-friendly way!

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