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Revolutionary Probiotic CleanersHere at Immunecare, we love things that are revolutionary, simple and effective. After all, it is how we got started, by formulating a simple effective answer to Candida overgrowth. When I explained the concept behind Candigest Plus to a Pharmacist at a trade expo, he shouted out 'That's brilliant'!
Patrick Strudwick Talks about SIBO
Those of you who have had telephone consultations with the Helpline Team here at Immunecare may have heard us talking about SIBO - Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth as an alternative diagnosis for some cases of IBS. We have recognised this for years, and it is now becoming more to the forefront.
Gut Bacteria Balance May Affect Your Appetite
Over the last half decade, it has become increasingly clear that the normal gastrointestinal (GI) bacteria play a variety of very important roles in the biology of human and animals.
"I love your Candigest Plus for myself and my clients, it deals with the problem straight away."
Annette Hurn BHSc (Nut Med) Adv Dip Nat, UK
Doctors Reporting a Rise in the Number of People Suffering from Gastrointestinal Problems and IBS
Issues such as erratic eating patterns, stress from hectic lifestyles, more processed food and “excess hygiene in childhood, lowering gut immunity” being seen as major factors.
Gluten Sensitivity – is it all just FODMAPS?An Australian study published last year found that it may not be gluten causing gut problems in people with supposed sensitivities.
"Immunecare products have really helped with my IBS, and I don’t suffer with it any more."
Sue Reeves, UK
Microbial Numbers and the Intestinal EcosystemThe 25-35 foot long GI tract of an adult human is estimated to harbour about 100 trillion viable bacteria. This is approximately 10 times the total number of cells in the human body. These live bacteria account for around 2 lbs of a body’s weight and are known as intestinal or gut flora.
Lactoferrin and BacteriaLactoferrin has long been recognized for its antimicrobial properties, initially attributed primarily to iron sequestration. It has since become apparent that interaction between the host and bacteria is modulated by a complex series of interactions between lactoferrin and bacteria, lactoferrin and bacterial products, and lactoferrin and host cells.