#gut

The Essential Guide to IBS

 A whopping one in five of us will suffer some IBS symptoms, and around one in 10 will experience deeply distressing, life-restricting. IBS is frequently described as a functional condition, meaning that there is limited evidence of physiological changes to the gut wall. For many years, the lack of evidence of physical changes meant people …

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What’s up with your Gut?

If your gut is troubled, you’re not alone. Every 30 minutes, someone in the UK is diagnosed with IBD; that’s nearly half a million people. There are over three million inflamed intestines in the USA and Canada, while Australians have one of the highest IBD incidences per capita. Bloated, inflamed, and too often unloved and unheeded, …

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Why Protecting your #Gut Diversity protects Biodiversity!

There’s been a flurry of new announcements this week from COP26. It was reassuring to see the twinkling presence of the 95-year-old Sir David Attenborough who cut through the politicians’ hyperbole and lit a beacon of hope, a challenge to our shared humanity and to our global leaders. There is still time if we act …

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