Gut Flora


Collectively, microorganisms outweigh the human population by 100 million times, They are all around us, and inside us. The gastrointestinal tract alone houses some 100 trillion bacteria.

The microorganisms in the gut, commonly referred to as the microbiome, are responsible for about 80 percent of the immune system function, and these gut bacteria outnumber  body's cells by about 10 to one.

In recent years, medicine has started to gain a greater understanding of the role gut microbes play in human health and disease—and it's a very significant one.

The indiscriminate killing of bacteria in an effort to achieve cleanliness and health comes at a steep price. In fact, antibiotic resistance has quickly turned into a worldwide health threat of massive proportions.

Epigenetics Ltd advises that individual probiotics are tailored to the individual needs. Most commonly a high dose of a single probiotic is required but occasionally our SMART multiple Probiotics maybe better suited.

Probiotics should be taken last thing at night when stomach acid is at it’s lowest. The powder should be put into a glass and then mineral water added and stirred. The powder should totally dissolve this way. Leave to stand for a few minutes so that the probiotic organisms can become viable and then swallow.

At Epigenetics we only sell our products to end users who have been referred to us by their practitioner, so we do not generally provide information about individual product or make any health claims.

If you would like help please don't hesitate to contact us on 01380 800105

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Unit 18 Manningford Centre
Manningford Bohune
Pewsey, Wiltshire

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