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"Candigest Plus has far outperformed any other supplement for this condition over the years we have been selling it"
P. Hilton, Natural Choice
"The Pylopass that was recommended to me 4 months ago was amazing and got my gut back to normal"
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.
You only have a few more genes than a lowly Nematode worm!Fun fact: Before the Human Genome Project, expert scientists expected humans to have 125,000 genes. In actual fact, we have 25,500, which is only 1500 more than a lowly nematode worm.
Flu cases on the rise in Australia
Australia will struggle to reduce skyrocketing influenza rates this winter unless workers heed warnings not to go to work when infected.
A new approach to oral hygieneGum disease is common and unpleasant, but, according to a growing body of evidence, it could also play a role in a surprising range of seemingly unrelated health problems.
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.
"We have found that Immuncare Lactoferrin really does help keep us protected throughout the year"
Roz Kadir RN Dip ION MSc, UK
Leaky gut found to be a major contributory factor in Celiac disease
Celiac disease, according to estimates, affects approximately three million Americans and as of yet, 97% haven't been correctly diagnosed. As staggering as these statistics are, celiac disease remains largely poorly understood by the medical community. It's no wonder, given its lack of research as compared with other autoimmune disorders. However, there is research being actively conducted in the U.S. and internationally in a quest to understand the pathogenesis, or the cause and development of the disease. With this information, more about celiac disease, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment can come to light.