One of the easiest ways to check in with your gut is checking in with your poo ... so, have a look in the loo! You don’t have to inspect every deposit, but make a habit of investigating once a month, or sooner if you’re experiencing gut issues.
A healthy lifestyle is the best first step you can take towards healthier, happier insides. To give you a helping hand starting on your gut health journey, we list our four key pillars of good gut health.
They’re often thought to mean the same thing, but Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) are very different things. Here, we walk you through the similarities and differences between IBS and IBD.
It can be normal for someone to lose their appetite when they are unwell, but weight loss should try to be avoided, especially for the elderly. If you have noticed a family member is accidentally losing weight, you should tell their healthcare team. Unintentional weight loss is one of the common signs of malnutrition.
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