"Irritable bowel syndrome is defined by abdominal pain associated with bowel motions," says David Prichard, M.B., B.Ch., Ph.D., a gastroenterologist. "Individuals with IBS can experience diarrhoea, constipation, or a mixture of both."
When runny tummy remedies like the BRAT diet aren't enough, you need something better to replenish the good bacteria in your gut - Discover why probiotics are our weapon of choice in combating diarrhoea!
Unfortunately, there is no cure for IBS. Rather, treatments include solutions for symptomatic relief via lifestyle changes and coping techniques that help you understand your body a little bit better.
When you take care of your gut, you’re already starting on the right foot when it comes to taking care of your body and your mind. So, this summer, let’s make sure you boost your body the best way we know.
The one thing we all forget to remember is liver support - especially during and after the festive season. That is why we’ve compiled a short guide of how to take care of and support your liver.
The gut is a huge deal and the hero spotlight shines directly on the microbial bacteria/microbes found there. Can probiotics improve digestive health?
When you think of the biggest organs in your body - do you think of your liver? You should! It’s an essential part of our metabolic processes. Especially when heading into the festive season, when people consume more foods and alcohol in celebration, it’s important to invest in quality liver support.
When your digestion is out of sync, everything feels off. It’s hard to concentrate, be active, sometimes it even interferes with how you fall asleep. When it comes to digestive inflammation or irritation, it’s important to regulate the symptoms with something natural that won’t disrupt your body even further.