Gut Function Clinical Trial

Dr Beth Steels

LOVE YOUR GUTS

Dr Beth Steels

Dr Beth Steels

Feed Your Bugs!

We all know that we don’t eat enough vegetables and this makes our bugs unhappy.  These bugs, bacteria and fungi make up your microbiomea small community of microorganisms that live in our gut and help us stay healthy.

While some bacteria are associated with disease, others are extremely important for your immune system, heart, weight and many other aspects of your physical and mental wellbeing.

Keep your microbiome happy…

Bugs love to eat healthy fibres which are found in vegetables and these are known as prebiotics. Eating fruit, vegetables and cereals may support your digestive health and can promote the increase of friendly bacteria in your gut.

Eating, bananas, leek, whole grains, avocados, carrots, the skin of apples and other fruit and vegetables are also great for keeping your bugs happy.

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The benefits of a healthy gut

When your microbiome is balanced, your whole body will sing! Here are just some of the benefits you may feel from improving your gut health;

  • Increased metabolism which helps you manage weight and digest food better
  • Better sleep function
  • Increased energy & vitality
  • Strong and healthy immune system that helps fight viruses & disease better
  • May improve mental health
  • Healthy ageing
  • Heart health

If you have trouble eating enough fruit and vegetables every day, taking a prebiotic supplement may also help achieve this by balancing your friendly bugs.

Would you like to know your gut microbiome profile or
boost your
fibre intake with a supplement?

 

The effects of prebiotics on the gut microbiome

If you live a busy lifestyle, it can be hard to find a practical way to consume your recommended daily intake of vegetables.
Taking a prebiotic supplement can help ensure you’re getting the vitamins and fibre you need to maintain a healthy gut and may also help balance your friendly bugs.

  • Are you eating less than 2 cups of vegetables most days?
  • Do you feel you could improve your gut health and motility?
  • Would you like to know your gut microbiome profile?
  • Would you like to boost your fibre intake with a supplement?
  • Do you feel you could improve your gut health and motility?

If you answered “YES” to any of these questions you could be a candidate
for our upcoming Gastrointestinal Fibre clinical study

Gut Fibre Clinical Trial

 Are you ready to start your journey to a happier gut?

Click on the button below, register your interest in our trial and you’ll get a phone call from one of Evidence Sciences‘ expert practitioners to discuss your eligibility.

Register your interest in our study

Gut Study Form
To be eligible for this trial you must aged between 25 and 45
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