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Virtual therapy could help IBS sufferers
People suffering from the painful side effects of digestive health condition irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) could benefit from online therapy.
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.
Antiviral Properties of LactoferrinScientific Review on Antiviral properties of milk proteins and peptides
Celiac sufferers ‘at increased risk of osteoporosis’
People living with the digestive health condition celiac disease are at increased risk of developing osteoporosis, experts have claimed.
Kiwi fruit could improve immune health
Eating kiwi fruit could provide people with a boost to their immune health due to the high levels of antioxidants contained in the fruit, a new study has revealed.
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.
"Candigest Plus has far outperformed any other supplement for this condition over the years we have been selling it"
P. Hilton, Natural Choice
DHA in the womb may fortify baby’s immune system
BEIJING, Aug. 2 (Xinhuanet) -- Pregnant moms who take DHA supplements may help fortify the immune system of their babies and give them some protection against common colds, a new study in the journal Pediatrics suggests.
The Five Gut TypesRead through the following list to see if any of the gut types seem similar to your individual health status. Do you see yourself in any of these descriptions?
Balancing the Intestinal EcosystemThe condition and function of the gastrointestinal tract is essential to our well being. After the respiratory tract, the GI tract constitutes the second largest body surface area, comparable in surface area to a tennis court. During a normal lifetime, about 60 tons of food will pass through this canal.