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Is colonic hydrotherapy just money down the drain?
Lying on a coach in a therapist’s treatment room, events organiser Tamily Cookson was not enjoying her first ever experience of colonic irrigation.
Sean’s StorySean Rogers, 30, suffered from IBS for many years: like so many sufferers, he put this down to stress. In the summer of 2003, after a particularly stressful time at work and home, Sean’s once manageable IBS escalated into the more serious and debilitating Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD).
"Thank you. I have to tell you, that I have been dealing with this since I have been in college, now I’m 51."
Gluten Sensitivity – is it all just FODMAPS?An Australian study published last year found that it may not be gluten causing gut problems in people with supposed sensitivities.
Antiviral Properties of LactoferrinScientific Review on Antiviral properties of milk proteins and peptides
Probiotics protect cancer patients from radiation effects
Scientists at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have shown that taking a probiotic before radiation therapy can protect the intestine from damage — at least in mice.
The new study suggests that taking a probiotic also may help cancer patients avoid intestinal injury, a common problem in those receiving radiation therapy for abdominal cancers. The research is published online in the journal Gut.
"After trying custom probiotics CP-1 formula, I am now able to enjoy all kinds of dairy products"
Barbara Jean Pearce, UK
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.
DiarrhoeaDiarrhoea can be of sudden onset and lasting for less than four weeks (acute) or persistent (chronic). This leaflet deals with acute diarrhoea, which is common. In most cases, diarrhoea eases and goes within several days but sometimes takes longer. The main risk is lack of fluid in the body (dehydration). The main treatment is to have lots to drink, which aims to avoid dehydration. You should also eat as normally as possible.