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Fibre – Friend or Foe? If you have digestive symptoms or have been diagnosed with IBS or SIBO, you might have been advised to avoid fibre or follow a ‘low FODMAP diet’. But is this advice obsolete and shall we all embrace easing a high fibre diet?
Read our latest blog where we discover the latest research into the use of pre and probiotics for digestive issues.
Our Slippery Elm Intensive is a high strength powder with slippery elm, marshmallow, aloe vera, and licorice extract, alongside zinc.
Are you looking for a simple and delicious way to support your gut? Or maybe you need an easy recipe to help you use your supplement in an enjoyable way?
We’ve got a perfect solution for you! Mango Lassi is a traditional yoghurt-based Indian drink, particularly enjoyed in the summer months, due to its cooling effect.
We’ve tweaked it slightly and supercharged it with some nutrient-dense and powerful powder blends to really nourish your gut and feed friendly bacteria.
How much fibre do you eat daily?
Watch our vlog on what exactly fibre is, what it does and how you can get more in your diet.
GI Complex, an all-in-one, powder blend of nutrients including glutamine, N-Acetyl Glucosamine, Nucleotides, Alpha Lipoic Acid, Ginger, probiotics and antioxidants A, C, and zinc.
In the midst of multitude of dietary advice available to us these days, we find ourselves counting carbs, proteins or monitoring our intake of fat. But have we forgotten about a very key nutrient as a result of that? We’re talking about fibre.
Arguably the most under-valued, and at the same time the most health-promoting food group. Increasing your intake of fibre should be at the top of your list if you want to improve your health.
Find out why this simple intervention can benefit not only your digestion, but also your hormones, cardiovascular health, immunity and even help you lose weight faster.
Have you ever noticed that when you’re busy and stressed this can often leave you feeling worn out? Have you ever thought this may be due to you being low in B vitamins?
Read our latest blog to find out more and what you can do to support yourself.