In this day and age, it is very easy for children to not get everything they need in their diets, despite our best efforts. Using probiotics for gut health is one way to promote a healthy digestive system.
Did you know that men have a lower life expectancy than women, and are at higher risk of preventable illnesses such as diabetes, heart disease and suicide? Experts say this can be caused by a culmination of unhealthy diets, lack of proper exercise, and excessive alcohol consumption, to name a few.
The long summer months are almost behind us, and there is a feel of Autumn in the air. Along with this change of season comes some inevitable sharing of cold and flu viruses, and of course we have the new kid on the coronavirus block doing the rounds, Omicron.
Over-eating, drinking and late nights can take their toll on your body, and whilst it is certainly fun to over-indulge over Christmas, this period can make you feel bloated, overweight, tired and not feel yourself.
Stress can have many effects on the body such as suppressing the immune system and can also be responsible for the generation of free radicals, which can cause damage to DNA and other parts of human cells.
We've all experienced some sort of inflammation in our lives. But it is the symptoms of gut inflammation that seem to be the hardest to attribute to the underlying condition, and to manage on an on-going basis.