Gastrointestinal complaints

Many people complain about problems with the digestive system. Abdominal pain, bloating, diarrhea or constipation are the most common problems. Precise identification of the cause of the disease requires detailed research, but a very common diagnosis is irritable bowel syndrome or food hypersensitivity. How to deal with problems of the intestines, stomach and the entire gastrointestinal tract? Read more

Probiotics, prebiotics and digestive enzymes in one capsule

Information on probiotics and prebiotics are topics that often appear in scientific literature in correlation with maintaining the health of the digestive system. There are many natural ways to supplement these substances in the body. There are also dietary supplements that provide medicinal probiotics and prebiotics. However, only some of them contain a full set of digestive enzymes, which are very important for the complete assimilation of all nutrients and for the proper course of the digestive process. Read more

How does the digestive system affect the thyroid?

Many people combine the digestive system with food digestion, supplying the body with nutrients and removing unnecessary metabolic products. However, there is another function of the digestive system that many of us do not realize. Well, just the health of the intestines has a fundamental impact on the immune system, and not only. Read more

Intestinal microflora and liver diseases

The bilateral relationship between the gut and the liver can be a surprising fact for many people. This correlation results, among other things, from the anatomic proximity of both organs, but there is also a functional connection between the intestinal mucosa and the liver. This connection is the portal vein, which is relatively short but has a large diameter and is a physical connection of the digestive system with the liver. Read more

Intestinal microflora and effective slimming

Metabolic syndrome is a condition of the body that usually precedes the disorder of glucose balance in the blood and includes, among others, deposition of fat around the hips and abdomen. Many people of all ages have problems with excess body fat in these areas. As a result, fatty tissue deposits are formed that can increase the risk of developing serious diseases. Read more