The human body is made up of trillions of microorganisms and the gut alone containing more than 500 different species. The guts colony of bacteria are effected by the food we eat and are as individual to each of us, as … Continue reading What are the Different Types of Probiotic Bacteria?
April is IBS awareness month in the US and in these uncertain times, it’s easy to overlook other conditions people are still suffering from. 80% of immunity lies in the gut and so is a good place to start when … Continue reading IBS awareness: Cooked vs Raw food
Saccharomyces boulardii is a unique, non-pathogenic, transient yeast which has been classed as a probiotic for various conditions. It has a sticky outer surface which can attach to bacteria such as E.coli and salmonella and removes it from the body. … Continue reading What is Saccharomyces Boulardii?
2020 has arrived and people are going meat-free for a month! With veganism on the rise, availability of alternative products has gone up and there is more and more information helping people to educate themselves on what it is to go … Continue reading Support during Veganuary
Infertility is sadly becoming more and more common, in both men and women. There are many lifestyle, nutritional and environmental factors that could be contributing to the problem too. Below is a chart that shows the percentage of cases where … Continue reading Fertility for Men and Women
Multivitamins are great maintenance tools to supplement a healthy balanced diet and to top up our vitamins and minerals from any gaps in nutrition. However, we don’t all fit into one box. We require different nutrients and in some cases, … Continue reading Multivitamins minus a few
Prostate issues are very likely to develop at some point during a man’s lifetime. By the age of 60, more than 50% will have had some prostate enlargement and that percentage increases to 90% by age 70. The prostate … Continue reading Nutrients for Men’s reproductive health
What is collagen? When thinking of collagen, people tend to think of the reduction of wrinkles and occasionally about joint health too. But what exactly is collagen? Collagen is a protein that makes up connective tissue all over the body … Continue reading Collagen: Types and Uses
Infant development Maternal DHA levels tend to significantly decline during the third trimester of pregnancy. Maternal DHA supplementation seems to decrease the DHA decline during the third trimester. Some evidence suggests that infants that do not obtain DHA from … Continue reading DHA and Pregnancy
Our vision is a precious gift that can easily be taken for granted. Below are a few excellent natural products that have often been used to support eye health: Lutein & Zeaxanthin Lutein is a carotenoid that is typically found … Continue reading 3 Products for eye health