Tag: bloating

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Your Invitation

May 1, 2019

Have you noticed that you can’t eat the foods you used to be able to without some sort of reaction – bloating, excess flatulence, stomach pain, diarrhoea or constipation or both? That foods you were able to eat for years are suddenly causing you grief? That once you take that food out of your diet you are fine, and then suddenly, in no time, there’s another food you start reacting to? Well you are not alone. This scenario is becoming more common as more and more people present to us wit....

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Your Gut Health – Just the Tip of the Iceberg

April 16, 2019

The Gut and microbiome has certainly been an area of focus in both the medical world, the naturopathic world and the media in recent years as hundreds of millions of dollars is being forwarded to research in how the state of our microbiome affects our health or, in many cases, ill-health. And for good reason… the future is exciting for both the prevention and treatment of innumerable health conditions as Science finally recognises a connection between chronic disease and gut dysbiosis, whic....

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Gut Instinct – Decoding Gut-Healing Nutrients

March 12, 2019

A common scenario I see all too often is people experiencing “gut issues” that are exacerbated after eating certain foods. Typically, it starts with one food and then gradually more and more foods are causing symptoms. If you are experiencing gastrointestinal symptoms of bloating, reflux, flatulence, food sensitivities and discomfort, then one of the first things we look to do is nourish and soothe an inflamed and irritated gut lining. The condition of the gut wall is important for good ....

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Foods to Eat for Great Gut Health

March 4, 2019

Did you know that in as little as twenty-four hours, the food you eat can be changing your resident gut microbiota? Most of you will now know that diversity is one key parameter of a healthy gut microbiome. Simply having a large variety of different bacterial species is beneficial to overall health. Studies done by Professor Rob Knight show that there’s a major link between the number of different types of plant food you eat and the diversity of your gut bacteria or microbiome. Another ke....

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