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All you need to know about the microbiome, good bacteria and a healthy gut in our well-researched, science-backed articles.

Probiotics for PMS and periods
  • Women's Health ·

Probiotics for PMS and Periods

Probiotics for PMS and periods We have seen a strong focus on women’s health over the past few years and increased discussion around PMS (premenstrual syndrome), menopause and vaginal health. When people hear the word “probiotics,” they immediately think of the gut and possibly now also know that there is a link between the microbiome…
Probiotics and urinary tract infections (UTIs)
  • Women's Health ·

Probiotics and Urinary Tract Infections

Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are bacterial infections of any part of the urinary tract that cause inflammation. More than half of all women in the UK experience a UTI in their lifetime and around half of these have recurrent episodes in the following six months. Urinary tract infections are the most common bacterial infection amongst…
  • Babies ·

Early Immune System Development

The fetal and neonatal (newborn) periods are critical to the development of the immune system and many other biological systems. As the fetus and baby grow, a huge level of adaptation takes place and much of this structural and physiological development is now known to remain with us into adulthood. These changes are driven in…
  • Immune System ·

Probiotics and the Immune System

Scientists estimate that 70% of our immune system is housed in the gut. This is a combination of our own immune cells, as well as the immune benefits provided by our beneficial gut bacteria. It is clear therefore that ensuring digestion and gut health are in good working order can have a positive effect on…
  • Digestion ·

Probiotics and digestion

Most of us take our digestion for granted, and yet it is an incredibly sophisticated system that allows our bodies to extract energy and nutrients from everything we eat and drink. Digestion involves many different organs – from the brain to the liver via the stomach and intestines – and a complex interplay between them…
  • Antibiotics ·

Probiotics and Antibiotics

In 2020, healthcare providers in the USA prescribed 201.9 million antibiotic prescriptions (down from 273.3 million in 2011). This is enough for six out of 10 people to have one prescription a year – or more than 0.6 prescriptions per person. 33.3 million antibiotic prescriptions were given to adults and children younger than 20 and…
  • Gut Microbiome ·

About the human gut microbiome

The human body (ecosystem) comprises 90% non-human cells. Most of the ‘life’ taking place in and on our bodies involves microbial organisms, collectively known as the human microbiome. This human microbiome is a collection of all the trillions of microorganisms that live on and in the human body – on our skin, in our mouths,…
What are probiotics and the health benefits they confer
  • Probiotics ·

What are probiotics?

The human gastrointestinal (GI) tract houses a complex but fairly stable microbial population of more than 1,000 different species of microbes. Each of us has around 100,000 billion viable bacteria living in our intestines, weighing around 1.5kg in total and referred to collectively as the gut microbiome. The overall relationship of the microbiome to the…
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