Are you amongst the approximately 1 in 6 women in the UK who have Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)? It’s a common gut condition that affects the digestive system and is up to 2.5 times more common in women than it is in men.
You may have heard of the term ‘vaginal seeding’, but what actually is it? What are the risks, and what are the benefits?
Dr Joan Ransley has created six new gut-healthy recipes for Love Your Gut Week, each recipe is simple to make and uses gut-healthy foods.
Why Improving Your Gut Health Is The Best Thing You Can Do For Your Baby – Before, During And After Pregnancy
Whether you’re trying for a baby, currently pregnant or coping with a newborn, there’s one simple thing you can do to massively improve things for both you and your baby - improve your gut health.
Parental Control, Episode 5: Why Do So Many Of Us Have Gut Health Problems? How To Boost Your Family’s Healthy Gut Bacteria
How much is your gut having an impact on your health and wellbeing? You might be surprised...
Getting our babies’ microbiome right in their first thousand days of existence has almost become a ‘mantra” for the medical professions and especially paediatricians. The first thousand days incorporates the antenatal period (a healthy pregnant mother leads to a healthy baby) and our infants’ first two years of their life.
There are some great new food products on the market this autumn, and below is a collection of the items we've come across.