Do you suffer from bloating, constipation, diarrhoea and other gut issues?

Do you often feel tired, depressed & anxious?

Do you struggle to remember things or have a brain fog?

Do you feel run down or get sick a lot? 

Your gut is the epicentre of your physical and mental health.

The gut is not only the place where you absorb important nutrients such as vitamins, minerals & protein which are the basic building blocks needed for our health, but 80% of your immunity also resides in your gut.

Your gut also houses approximately 100 trillion micro-organisms (called microbiome, gut flora or microflora)

which carry out many important jobs.  Some of them are:


  • assist in food breakdown and help produce essential nutrients.

  • manage your moods by assisting with serotonin production - your happiness hormone.

  • help you with managing your weight.

  • enhance your immune system.

  • balance cholesterol levels.

  • And much more!

Gut health is very important for many diseases (see below) and this is why we want to make sure that your gut is healthy.

A healthy gut is essential to overall health & wellbeing!

What affects gut health?


Different factors of the modern lifestyle directly contribute to an unhealthy gut. Some of these include:


  • Poor nutrition: Inflammatory foods such as gluten, refined sugars and trans fats kill good bacteria, allowing bad bacteria to thrive and damage the intestinal lining and thus causing leaky gut.  

  • Medications, especially antibiotics which can affect the balance of your gut microflora for 2 years but also others such as the oral contraceptive pill. 

  • Chronic infections (i.e candida, parasites, worms)

  • Stress  

  • Bad sleep 

How do you know if you have an unhealthy gut?


Symptoms include:

  • Digestive issues such as bloating, constipation etc.

  • Food sensitivities

  • Digestive problems

  • Skin issues like eczema or acne

  • Joint pain

  • Fatigue

  • Headaches, brain fog

  • Weight gain

  • Thyroid issues

Sometimes, however, you do not have any symptoms at all

Disease associated with unhealthy gut functions:

Alzheimer’s disease                                       Obesity

Anxiety                                                             Parkinson’s disease

Asthma                                                             Rheumatoid arthritis

Atopic eczema                                                Type I and Type II diabetes

Autism                                                              Coeliac disease

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome                         Diverticular disease

Depression                                                       Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Irritable Bowel Disease                                 Liver cirrhosis

Kidney stones                                                 Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease

Metabolic syndrome                                     SIBO

Multiple sclerosis                                           and more

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