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Can just four types of live, probiotic bacteria help with IBS? The science says yes.
How can you protect yourself against Norovirus? Find out in our latest article.
Discover which are our Clinical Nutrition team's favourite digestion supplements, to help support a healthy digestive system.
You may have heard the term ‘Leaky gut’ being batted around, but what does it actually mean? Is it really a thing?
Yes – it is a thing! Leaky gut is the colloquial term used to describe the increased permeability of the gut wall, or ‘intestinal hyperpermeability’.
Read our article to find out how you can support your gut health.
Chronically painful, achy, swollen joints can make day-to-day life a struggle, and we want to help.
We regularly talk to our clients and customers about the top nutrients and herbs which can be helpful, alongside support for other body systems which can have a knock-on impact on our joint health, namely the state of our gut, nervous system, and immunity.
Learn how probiotics are essential to supporting the immune system.
Our immune system is a vital defence mechanism which can protect us from, and help us fight, infections from microorganisms such as bacteria and viruses.
Discover our top supplements to support your immunity.
Did you see last night’s Horizon investigating whether supplements are necessary, unnecessary, maybe even dangerous? Maybe it’s left you wondering too? As with most of these programmes, it didn’t really tell the whole story, and there’s plenty of evidence that supports the use of food supplements. Read more to find out.
Antibiotics are a vital medical treatment, and sometimes necessary. However, they are being so ubiquitously used in human and animal healthcare that we have inadvertently created an antibiotic crisis.
So what is the solution when you do have to take antibiotics? Discover in our latest article...
Not all live bacteria products are equal, and there are a baffling number of choices. Most good probiotic bacteria have multiple functions in the body but sometimes you can use a specific strain to target a particular area of health. So why would you choose Lactobacillus plantarum? Read our latest article to find out.