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Curcumin Megasorb is a highly bioavailable curcumin formula, providing curcumin as C3 Complex®, a patented blend of curcuminoids. Curcumin Megasorb also features BioPerine®, a black pepper extract, studied for its ability to enhance the bioavailability of nutritional compounds.
Marshmallow & Gamma Oryzanol is a powerful, well tolerated formula designed to support digestive health by combining Marshmallow Root with Gamma Oryzanol. Gamma Oryzanol is a naturally occurring mixture of plant sterols and ferulic acid esters that comes from rice bran oil and proprietary plant enzyme blend.
Glutagenics™ features three key ingredients – l-glutamine, the bioflavonoid quercetin and zinc. Studies have shown that this combination may together comprehensively support the integrity and optimal function of the gastrointestinal tract. Glutagenics also contains Sustamine® (l-alanyl-l-glutamine). Research has shown Sustamine® helps to increase absorption of l-glutamine. . This is a gentle, yet powerful synergistic blend.
A unique botanical formulation containing peppermint oil, marshmallow, ginger, chamomile, slippery elm, artichoke, fennel, turmeric and liquorice designed to help provide support for healthy digestion and normal bowel function. All ingredients are organic where possible.
Slippery elm is the powdered inner bark of a type of elm tree with wonderful properties. It is very nutritious as well as having very soothing and healing properties. Many people swear by slippery elm's ability to help keep the whole length of the intestinal tract soothed, from the stomach through the duodenum and small intestine right to the colon. For this purpose, slippery elm can be taken as often as hourly if wished - it is a very safe, soothing herb. Slippery Elm Capsules or Tea are particularly suitable for children, the elderly, and the weak.
"Find out if you have the bacteria that causes ulcers and heartburn"
It is now thought that virtually all ulcers, apart from drug induced ones, are caused by an infection of the bacteria called Helicobacter pylori. In addition to ulcers this bacteria is also strongly linked with conditions ranging from indigestion to gastric cancer. A study has also shown that a Helicobacter pylori infection can delay the normal emptying of the stomach after a meal, leading to 'reflux' of acid.
"Do you have digestive symptoms?"
A simple stool test can uncover valuable information about your digestive health.
Do you suffer from digestive problems including bloating, gas, abdominal pain, indigestion, constipation or diarrhoea?
Or are you one of the 1 in 5 people who suffer from IBS, with women being most commonly affected? Did you know that IBS ranks as high as the common cold for people needing days off work to cope with it?