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How probiotics work your gut.

Bacteria is the link between food and your body. Anything you eat or drink has to be broken down and processed by good bacteria for your body to then use it properly.

Gut imbalances? Well, depending on the severity, it may mean that your body is only able to truly use a portion of the goodness that you’re putting in it.

Time to stay strong.

Probiotics support the body’s natural defences, starting in the digestive tract by naturally restoring the balance of “good” beneficial bacteria in the gut.

70% of our immune system lives in our digestive tract, so a healthy and balanced digestive system plays a very important role in strengthening overall health and well-being.

Happy Inside.

Serotonin is the key hormone that stabilises our mood, feelings of well-being, and happiness... and 95% of it is produced in the gut.


This helps to paint a clearer picture of how closely the condition of your digestive tract is linked to how you feel mentally from day to day.

Why the sudden need for probiotics?

100 years ago, we got all of the beneficial bacteria we needed through our food, water and environment. Today, however, the use of chemicals in crop farming and antibiotics in the rearing of animals means we only get a small portion of the good microbes that we need to be happy and healthy.

This goes a long way in explaining why there is such a big increase in cases of gut problems, obesity and mental health issues in modern times.

The digestive
tract and your
immune system.
You gutta get
the balance right.

Probiotics support the body's natural defences,
starting in the digestive tract by naturally restoring
the balance of "good" beneficial bacteria in the gut.


70% of our immune system lives in our digestive tract,
so a healthy and balanced digestive system plays a
very important role in strengthening overall health
and well-being.