How your gut might be impacting your mood

Ever had that feeling like your stomach was full of angry butterflies? Usually you’d get it right before a big exam, a job interview, or perhaps during an argument?

What about that sudden lurch in your gut when someone gives you a fright, or when you think you heard a strange noise as you drifted off to sleep

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7 tips for quitting mindless snacking

Did your emergency quarantine snack supply *disappear* by day three? Do you find yourself heeding to the siren call of the fridge more often than normal? Or perhaps your scheduled walks in the garden have transitioned to regular strolls to the pantry?

Why you need to take daily probiotics

Many of us know probiotics as the good bacteria we need to balance out taking antibiotics, but their ongoing benefits as a daily supplement are exceptional beyond just gut health.

How do you know if gluten is a problem?

There has been a lot of discussion in the medical world about whether gluten intolerance, outside of Coeliac’s disease is really a thing. Before we launch into that, I first wanted to clarify the difference between Coeliac disease, and gluten intolerance.

What is SIBO?

What your uncomfortable bloated tummy can really mean: Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth

Understanding the Gut-Skin Axis

Our understanding of gut health, and how it impacts other systems in our body, has blown up in recent years.

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8 Things that can disrupt your microbiome

The latest big thing in health is the microbiome. And for good reason!