Measurable Improvement- Change You Can See and Feel!

Feeling better is the first sign you’re moving towards eubiosis. Change should also be measurable. Re-assessing gut function provides a snapshot of success, and points to where further optimisation is needed. These GI Effects summary pages typify the sort of improvement that can be achieved- IBS symptoms were resolved with the elimination of a potential parasite, the identification of food intolerances, and through increasing keystone species, using herbal, nutritional and probiotic interventions. 

Easing Autoimmune Disease

Restoring the microbiome can have systemic effects. The microbiome may contribute to the impact of autoimmune disease via modulation of the gut barrier, the interaction of bacteria with the immune system, and the promotion or attenuation of systemic inflammation. Evidence is now progressing beyond the theoretical, and confirming that modulating the gut microbiome can bring measurable change in autoimmune conditions.  

Reducing Inflammation

Reducing inflammation is a key goal in the treatment of nearly all medical conditions. Plant compounds are being confirmed as safe, potent anti-inflammatory agents, and are often found to act through their modulation of the gut microbiota. 

References:

Longman RS. 2015. The Functional Impact of the Intestinal Microbiome on Mucosal Immunity and Systemic Autoimmunity

Curr Opin Rheumatol. Jul; 27(4): 381–387. 

Saresella et.al. 2017. Immunological and Clinical Effect of Diet Modulation of the Gut Microbiome in Multiple Sclerosis Patients: A Pilot Study. Front Immunol. Oct 25;8:1391. 

Getting results for:

  • Gastrointestinal Conditions

       -Irritable Bowel Syndrome

       -Functional Dyspepsia

       -Constipation 

       -Diarrhoea

       -Reflux

       -Inflammatory Bowel Disease

       -Microscopic colitis

       -Food allergies and intolerance

       -Diverticular disease

​       -Coeliac disease

  • Anxiety and Depression

  • Eczema & Urticaria

  • Fertility

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  • Environmental allergies

  • NAFLD

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  • Poor immunity

  • Chronic fatigue

  • Fibromyalgia 

  • Headaches & Migraines

  • Autoimmune disease

       -Thyroid conditions including                        subclinical hypothyroidism

       -Ankylosing spondylitis

       -Rheumatoid arthritis

       -Guillain-Barre syndrome

       -IgA nephropathy

       -Juvenile arthritis

       -SLE

       -MS

       ...and other autoimmune conditions

  • Women's health

       -PMS

       -Period pain

       -Endometriosis

       -PCOS