6 Week Probiotic Gut Cleanse
The most comprehensive gut care treatment package on the market today. Probiotics and prebiotics work together inside your gut. Probiotics are bacteria that are beneficial for your gut. Prebiotics feed those bacteria.
This program includes 2 Microbiome Tests, 6 weeks of Probiotic Goats Milk Kefir and 6 weeks of Complete Prebiotic. Take your first test, complete the 6-week cleanse and then take your second test to see your results. Job done! Includes two free sessions with a Nutritional Therapist. Save over £220!
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- Gold standard 16RNS technology.
- The most diverse probiotic available with 27 unique strains.
- Trillions of live bacteria.
- 18 distinct types of natural prebiotic fibre to feed your gut bugs.
- Two phone consultations with a Nutritional Therapist for personalised, evidence-based advice.
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How does the gut cleanse work?
- Take your first Microbiome Test.
- Drink 170 ml of Probiotic Goats Milk Kefir, and take 10 g of Complete Prebiotic, every day for 6 weeks.
- After 6 weeks, take your second Microbiome Test, and see your results!
Our Nutritional Therapists are available on live chat from 8am to 8pm, Monday through Friday to answer your questions.
What is gut health?
The trillions of living organisms inside your gut, called your gut microbiome, are responsible for making vitamins, hormones, chemical messengers (like serotonin) and amino acids inside your body. Your gut microbiome also communicates with other vital organs, including the brain, liver and heart, and helps balance blood sugar, lower blood fats, regulate appetite, facilitate communication with the brain and ultimately helps prevent many diseases.
The impact of your gut microbes on your mental health and mood is a particularly exciting aspect of current research!
Why is gut health important?
Your fragile gut bugs can be harmed by the everyday assaults of sugar, stress, antibiotics, chemicals and pollution, resulting in gut “dysbiosis.” This is associated with health issues including acne, antibiotic-associated diarrhoea, asthma/allergies, autism, autoimmune diseases, dental cavities, depression and anxiety, diabetes, eczema, gastric ulcers, hardening of the arteries, inflammatory bowel diseases, malnutrition and obesity.
What helps gut health?
Dr Michael Mosley, in his BBC 2 show Trust Me I’m a Doctor, found that gut health can be improved with a “psychobiotic” diet, which includes fermented foods like kefir, and prebiotic fibre, which feeds the good gut bugs. Participants in Dr Moseley’s study experienced a 31% decrease in stress response after just four weeks on the psychobiotic diet. Dr Mosley’s trial employed a before-and-after Microbiome Test.