Digestive Health

Probiotics for Digestive Health

ACIDOPHILUS AND BIFIDUS PLUS TOTAL INTESTINAL AND DIGESTIVE SUPPORT A balanced digestive system is vital to support health and to ensure that we obtain the required nutrients from our food. Indigestion is a common complaint and both healthy bacteria and digestive enzyme production are key to support effective digestion and absorption. ProVen Probiotics Acidophilus and Bifidus with Digestive Enzymes, contains the Lab4 group of friendly bacteria along with a full spectrum of digestive enzymes plus calcium to help us break down and absorb our food easily and efficiently. Calcium contributes to the normal function of digestive enzymes. If you would like to find out more please do not hesitate to contact ProVen Probiotics and speak to our resident in-house nutritionist.
  • World Vegetarian day

    Are you a vegetarian? Or are you considering moving to a vegetarian diet? Today (1st October) has been designated World Vegetarian Day and kicks off Vegetarian Awareness Month – both designed to tempt people to try vegetarianism (even for just one day). Including more vegetables in our diet is beneficial...
  • What are the probiotic foods?

    Probiotics or good bacteria have been part of our diet for thousands of years. They are defined as live microorganisms that have health benefits when consumed and they help to support balance in our gut. Whilst we now have many good or friendly bacteria supplements available to us, traditionally these...
  • Mindful eating tips and tricks

    It is useful to know that digestion starts a long time before our food reaches our stomach. Being aware of this and taking time to eat more mindfully, can help to relieve any difficulties we may have with digesting and absorbing the nutrients from our food and potentially alleviate uncomfortable...
  • Yoga moves for digestion

    Today is #internationalyogaday and including some simple yoga movements in your daily routine may help to ease digestive symptoms. The health benefits of yoga are widely acknowledged and these four positions may be particularly useful to help release gas and relieve bloating and pressure in the digestive system. Wind Relieving...
  • Keeping your tummy festival happy

    The past few weekends have seen the start of the 2019 festival season and, as they have become ever more popular in recent years, many of us will be off to at least one this summer. Whether its Glastonbury or your local cheese festival, attending a festival often involves camping...
  • Non-food triggers of IBS

    Irritable bowel syndrome is generally related to food and can lead to a restriction in key food groups in an attempt to try to identify triggers and manage symptoms. But there are a number of causes of IBS that are not food-related and implementing strategies to manage these may help...
  • Tips for coping with IBS and related anxiety

    Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) affects one in five of us and is twice as likely in women as men. The main symptoms are abdominal pain, bloating and a change in bowel habits (diarrhoea, constipation or a mix of both). It can also cause non-gut-related symptoms, such as fatigue, anxiety and...
  • Gut-Brain Connection

    Have you ever had an anxious feeling in your gut? Or felt angry, sad, happy, nervous or any other strong emotion and had a reaction in your tummy? We often use phrases like ‘gut feeling’ and ‘butterflies in my tummy’ when referring to emotions - our gastrointestinal (GI) tract is...
  • Lunch box ideas - Healthy alternatives

    A healthy lunchbox should include protein, vegetables, fruit and perhaps some other form of carbohydrate and a little something sweet – and a drink (preferably water). Here are some gut-friendly lunch box ideas for each of these elements, which can be used to build a filling and healthy lunchbox every...
  • Start the day with a nutritious breakfast

    Starting the day with a healthy nutritious breakfast helps to set our children (and us) up for the day and also helps to prevent hunger before lunchtime. A healthy breakfast should always include protein and should aim to include at least one (if not two or three) portions of fruit...

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