Gut Health

Bring your gut to life with these probiotic, fermented and microbiome digestive health supplements that have all been tested by our community to provide real results in how you feel.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the symptoms of an unhealthy gut?

Many factors can affect your gut health - from anxiety levels and sleep deprivation to your diet - meaning that there are a variety of symptoms of an unhealthy gut. Some common signs that you may be suffering from digestive issues include having an upset stomach, difficulty getting to sleep, generally feeling tired or worn out, unintentional weight loss or weight gain, and intolerance to certain types of food.

How can I heal my gut naturally?

Luckily, there are a few different natural ways you can improve your gut health. Lowering your stress levels - through meditation or yoga, for example - can have a positive effect on gut health. Getting more sleep or improving the quality of your sleep can also help. You could also try taking probiotics or fermented food supplements; these digestive health supplements - with many vegan options - can help to improve digestive health by bringing your gut back into balance.

What is the best supplement for your digestive system?

There are a number of different gut health supplements that can help with digestion. This includes probiotics, which increase the amount of ‘good’ bacteria in your gut, fermented supplements, like turmeric, Ashwagandha and Maca, and micronutrients and vitamins, such as B Vitamins and Vitamin D capsules.

What are probiotics and how much should I take?

Probiotics are living microorganisms, often called ‘friendly’ bacteria, that provide health benefits when ingested. As with other gut health supplements, the health benefits of probiotics include helping to balance the friendly bacteria in your gut, helping to prevent an upset stomach and can even help to keep your heart healthy.

How much probiotic you should take depends on the specific product, as dosages will vary. However, you should keep to the advice given on the product; this will usually be one probiotic dose per day.