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Flu virus sweeps NZ
The best protection against an influenza strain which is reaching epidemic levels in New Zealand is the vaccine, but even that is not 100 per cent effective, a virologist warns, so Immunecare suggests that if you have the vaccination, boost your immune system with Lactoferrin Xtra too. This works by preventing viruses entering human cells, and so slowing their replication. A recent study by the National Institute of Health in Rome, Italy showed that Lactoferrin inhibited both H1N1 and H3N2 viruses.
Revolutionary Probiotic CleanersHere at Immunecare, we love things that are revolutionary, simple and effective. After all, it is how we got started, by formulating a simple effective answer to Candida overgrowth. When I explained the concept behind Candigest Plus to a Pharmacist at a trade expo, he shouted out 'That's brilliant'!
Heartburn and GERDMany people have heartburn every now and again after eating a large meal, and will be familiar with the unpleasant burning feeling in their chest, just behind their breastbone.
"Please could you post my capsules urgently, as I have none left. I rely on them, they are an amazing product."
Clever bacteria A recent intriguing finding from the Human microbiome Project is that babies born through Caesarean sections apparently miss out on acquiring their mothers' microbiota.
Early testing could limit risk of celiac disease
Individuals showing the early symptoms of digestive health condition celiac disease have been advised to seek medical attention.
Patrick Strudwick talks about SIBO
Those of you who have had telephone consultations with the Helpline Team here at Immunecare may have heard us talking about SIBO - Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth as an alternative diagnosis for some cases of IBS. We have recognised this for years, and it is now becoming more to the forefront.
Employers should show more understanding to employees with IBD
Judith Cave, 53, of Stanwick, was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis in April 1999, about six months after she first started to feel unwell with an upset stomach.
Peptic UlcerNew studies have found that levels of the bacterium are up to three times higher in people with COPD.