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Heartburn and GERDMany people have heartburn every now and again after eating a large meal, and will be familiar with the unpleasant burning feeling in their chest, just behind their breastbone.
"The Pylopass that was recommended to me 4 months ago was amazing and got my gut back to normal"
"Candigest Plus has never let me down with my clients in the years that I have been using it."
K. Baker, UK
"The effect of colostrum on my wife was noticeable in the first 10 days of taking it"
David Hall, Australia
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.
Too many antibiotics can spoil your gut
A leading gastroenterologist warns that the use of antibiotics to treat digestive health problems is a major public health issue.
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.
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.
Intestinal Microflora in the Newborn InfantFetuses are sterile in the womb, but beginning with the birth process, infants are exposed to microbes that originate from the mother and the surrounding environment including breast milk or formula. The infant tends to acquire the flora swallowed from the vaginal fluid at the time of delivery. Because vaginal flora and intestinal flora are similar, an infant’s flora may closely mimic the intestinal flora of the mother.