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Facing bacterial resistance in the fight against acne vulgaris
We’re all well aware of the gut-brain connection, but a new pioneering link for those living with acne vulgaris is the gut-brain-skin co...
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A Deeper Understanding of the Safety of Vitamin A
Prescribing supplements containing Vitamin A in clin...
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Zinc Carnosine and Saccharomyces boulardii, A Dynamic Duo
High quality studies of Zinc carnosine demonstrate a very strong and prolonged membrane-stabilising effect in the gastrointestinal tract (...
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Recently added resources

The Good Gut Guide - Patient Booklet
Our latest patient booklet, the Good Gut Guide is a comprehensive resource designed to support your patients on their journey to better ga...
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Gut and Probiotic Range Flyer
The Gut and Probiotic Range Flyer is your at-a-glance tool to help you decide the most appropriate product for your patient at each stage ...
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Zinc carnosine and Saccharomyces boulardii: a recipe for maintaining gut health
After you have worked with a patient, often for months, and facilitated their return to good digestive health and function how do you main...
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How to use our Drug Interactions Checker
The following video will guide you on how to prescribe nutrients and herbs confidently using our new Drug Interactions feature which is no...
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Clinical Decision Options - Gastrointestinal
The Clinical Decision Options - Gastrointestinal (CDO) is designed for you to identify symptoms, determine the best pathology testing, int...
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Marshmallow for the burning heart
Have you thought about the marshmallow plant being good for your heart? Recent studies have demonstrated that plants from the Malvaceae...
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Microbiome Diversity
According to research, most human diseases affecting westernised countries are associated with dysbiosis and loss of microbia...
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Melissa, a balm for dyslipidaemia & hyperglycaemia
Have you ever used lemon balm as your go to herb for gut microbiota modulation and as a diabetes ameliorator? Over the past ...
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Lunch Literacy LIVE - FYI on the GIT- October 2019
In the October Lunch Literacy Live, we brought the scientific spotlight to concepts of traditional whole-herb treatments and use of prebio...
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Bacteria eat gut lining in the absence of dietary fibre: research
Diets low in fibre are commonly used with patients to address digestive symptoms but, long term, this may be detrimental to the patient’s ...
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Diet and Symptom Diary - Patient A4 Notepad
Our new ‘Diet and Symptom Diary’ has been designed to help your patients track food intake and symptoms they experience. Available in a co...
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FOS, psyllium and lemon balm a potent combination to calm IBS related anxiety
The psychological burden associated with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is high, with estimates that up to 60 percent of sufferers experie...
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