Products Suitable For Autoimmune Disorders

Researchers now accept that damage to the trillions of living bacteria inside your gut, called “gut dysbiosis” is closely linked to autoimmune disease.1 Improving your gut health is a safe and natural place to start working with your autoimmune disorder.2

Your gut microbiome is as unique as your fingerprint – and your autoimmune disorder is just as specific. Contact our trained Nutritional Therapists via live chat, to create a bespoke gut wellness solution that is right for you.

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The following products are suitable for people who are prone to autoimmune disorders:

Probiotic Goats Milk Kefir

Complete Prebiotic

Sensitive Kefir Lotion

150ml

Sensitive Kefir Cleanser

Get Me Through The Day Tea

CG Teapot

Microbiome Test

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Very happy with this product so far. Too soon to say if it's beneficial to my gut,but it certainly isn't hurting it,and I love the taste!
~ Bridgette De Gouveia

Gorgeous goats, fabulous (miraculous) products, wonderful service! Couldn’t ask for more....
~ JH

This is the only cream that cleared up contact dermatitis after steroid creams made in worse, I'm a total convert!
~ Annabel

Excellent- definitely made a difference to how I feel !
~ Sweetie

Always had excellent service, help & advice long may it continue as you grow your amazing business. Lorraine
~ Lorraine

5 stars: Excellent – no reservations, I would recommend this company to anyone.
~ Adeel

Helped with my sons eczema! It just calms him and his skin right away!...
~ Jennifer Presland

Absolutely brilliant!
~ Lydia Price

Amazing quality products that really make a difference to your health. Great service & delivery too.
~ Philip Chau

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An autoimmune disease is a condition in which your immune system mistakenly attacks your body. The immune system normally guards against germs like bacteria and viruses. When it senses these foreign invaders, it sends out an army of fighter cells to attack them.

Normally, the immune system can tell the difference between foreign cells and your own cells. In an autoimmune disease, the immune system mistakes part of your body, like your joints or skin, as foreign. It releases proteins called “autoantibodies” that attack healthy cells.3

More than 80 different autoimmune diseases exist. Often their symptoms overlap, making them hard to diagnose. Autoimmune diseases are more common in women, and they often run in families. Common autoimmune diseases include Rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, IBD, MS, diabetes, eczema and psoriasis.4

References

  1. Journal of Immunology Research - "The Dynamic Interplay between the Gut Microbiota and Autoimmune Diseases". Written by Huihui Xu, Meijie Liu, Jinfeng Cao, Xiaoya Li, Danping Fan, Ya Xia, Xiangchen Lu, Jingtao Li, Dahong Ju and Hongyan Zhao on October 27, 2021
    link to articlehttps://www.hindawi.com/journals/jir/2019/7546047/
  2. Probiotics - Current Knowledge and Future Prospects - "Probiotic Applications in Autoimmune Diseases". Written by Gislane L.V. de Oliveira on July 4, 2018
    link to articlehttps://www.intechopen.com/books/probiotics-current-knowledge-and-future-prospects/probiotic-applications-in-autoimmune-diseases
  3. Healthline - "Autoimmune Diseases: Types, Symptoms, Causes, and More". Written by Stacy Sampson, DO on March 21, 2019
    link to articlehttps://www.healthline.com/health/autoimmune-disorders
  4. WebMD - "What Are Autoimmune Disorders?". Written by Jennifer Robinson, MD on August 14, 2018
    link to articlehttps://www.webmd.com/a-to-z-guides/autoimmune-diseases