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  • The Gut and stress

    Paul's gut health journey - We’ve all had those points in our life when everything is beginning to get overwhelming and the stress levels build up and up. Science has already proven the correlation between the levels of stress someone has and the quality of life this leads to! This stress also leads to a lower overall gut health and leads to gastrointestinal disorders which a whopping 40% of us suffer from.

     

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  • What has my microbiome ever done for me ?

    Dr Henry’s Güt-to-know - blog post 2

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  • Probiotics & Prebiotics what’s the difference?

    Paul’s güt health journey - In this post I'm going to talk about the differences between pro and prebiotics and the different benefits of each of them!  View Post
  • The Gut and Its Role in Human Health

    Written by Mark Bennett, functional nutritional scientist/therapist and founder of Entire Wellbeing www.entirewellbeing.com What might joint pain, asthma, fatigue, high blood pressure, diabetes, skin problems, heart disease, depression, IBS and autoimmunity all have in common? Answer: The digesti... View Post
  • Anxiety, depression and the Gut

     "Written by Mark Bennett, functional nutritional scientist/therapist and founder of Entire Wellbeing www.entirewellbeing.com"  Anxiety and depression are a significant health burden, with an estimated 20% of adults in the UK being affected. Whilst the use of antidepressants/anti-anxiety medicati... View Post
  • Welcome to your Microbiome

    Dr Henry’s güt to know -  Our bodies are pretty spectacular things. From the moment we're born to the second we die, literally trillions (that's one followed by 12 zeros in case you were wondering), of cells are working in perfect unison to allow us to walk, talk, think, love, and do a thousand o... View Post
  • Gut Health : Some basics

    Paul’s güt health journey - In this first post I am going to talk through the basics of gut health, what it's about and why you should care! View Post
  • What makes you, you, is unique to you…

    "Written by Mark Bennett, functional nutritional scientist/therapist and founder of Entire Wellbeing www.entirewellbeing.com"  Studies show that a quarter of the population in the UK are presenting with a chronic (long term) condition. These are non-communicable diseases. A quarter of adults are ... View Post