Scientifically researched, natural products for immune system and digestive system. Many prescribed medications may only relieve symptoms, leaving the root cause intact, we look at the root of the problem and try to fix it. We know what works and what doesn't, so we can help to save you from wasting money on ineffective products. Buy natural effective treatments for common disorders.
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.
SweetenersWith the ever-increasing attention on sugar in the American diet, it is common to want to replace its sweet taste with a sugar substitute, and there are quite a few to choose from. They appear in a variety of food products, from beverages to baked goods, and are available for home use.
One Simple Step for Younger Looking Skin – EGFEpidermal Growth Factor (EGF) in skin care activates the body's natural healing power to the degree that many call this remarkable peptide a natural “beauty factor”.
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.
"Please could you post my capsules urgently, as I have none left. I rely on them, they are an amazing product."
Super Boost Your Immune System in just Three DaysWhen you are looking at boosting your immune function quickly, it makes sense to supplement your body with the actual immune factors that it uses to fight infections.
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.
Early Surgery Common for Uncomplicated DiverticulitisElective colon resection is often performed after fewer than three previous episodes of uncomplicated diverticulitis, according to research published online Feb. 10 in JAMA Surgery.