Going mad over itchy, inflamed red, and sometimes scaly, patches… There’s nothing quite like the irritation and frustration that eczema can cause.
Does stepping outside on a bright spring day make your eyes feel as if they were on fire? Believe it or not, It could be your gut! Yes, that’s right. Your gut.
Research is continuingly proving that much of your immunity depends largely on your microbiome health.
Two of the most common complaints that patients approach doctors for are pain and inflammation. When pain and inflammation won’t go away, it starts impacting the patient’s quality of life.
The use of probiotics has gained popularity over the last few years, for its benefits to the body’s immune health.
Your toilet habits say a lot about your health as a whole. The duration that you are on the toilet, the consistency of your poo, whether you strain to let it all out, or it’s too runny, any accompanying pain, bloating and gas…
It is quite normal to feel tired or to experience fatigue throughout our lives when we experience periods of stress.
Are your energy levels not what they should be? Are you feeling dips in energy and struggling to keep up with your friends, family or colleagues?
When trying to conceive, couples tend to focus only on the woman’s health, overlooking the man’s. When the man’s health is below optimal state, it has a negative impact on the whole fertility.
Allergies, eczema, stomach trouble, autoimmunity, hay fever, and even feeling unwell after having taken a round of antibiotics — they may seem to be unrelated, but they have one thing in common.
Do you have trouble maintaining your weight at a healthy level? Does your weight keep increasing? You’re not alone.
Do you often suffer from bloating, diarrhoea or constipation, stomach pain, or reflux? These rather uncomfortable symptoms are signs of an imbalance in your gut health.
Our surroundings is creeping with bacteria, viruses, and toxins. Everything that we are exposed to, especially the air that we breathe, the things we touch, and the food we eat.
What do you do when energy seems to be too low and all you feel is sluggishness, fatigue, and exhaustion?
Do you feel run down, your throat sore, and nose runny? Maybe also have cough, a headache, and fever? You don’t have to suffer and wait until your cold is gone.
Have you always suffered from bloating, constipation, diarrhea, or stomach pain? Or have your recently contracted what’s called a traveler’s diarrhea and have had trouble recovering fully?
Are you aware that within our gastrointestinal tract lives millions of microorganisms — bacteria, fungus, and even parasites.