Guides and Resources

There are many factors which can contribute to an imbalance of bacteria within the gut microbiome.
Understanding what these factors are can be challenging. Here you can find some useful tools and guides to help you on your gut health journey.


Food and Symptom Diary

Food diaries are a great way for you to log and monitor what you eat and drink on a daily basis. Our easy to use tracker will help you identify which foods may be causing your digestive discomfort.

Take a note of what food and drink you consume and any subsequent symptoms that arise. If you need help or want to discuss your diary with our nutrition experts you can schedule a call here.

Meet our Nutritionist

Our in-house nutritionist, is on hand to answer any questions that you may have. Whether you are unsure about which product is best for you or you have specific health-related questions, Rebecca is happy to help where possible.

Rebecca is available 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday to help answer any questions you may have. To find out more about her, click below.

What Does Your Poo Say About You?

The Bristol Stool Chart is a diagnostic tool used to classify stools (what most people call 'faeces' or 'poo'). The chart classifies stools into seven categories based on a number of different characteristics.

We've created an infographic to help you understand what might be happening inside your digestive system. There's also some helpful tips on how to make the perfect poo!

Supporting your gut with yoga

Yoga is a form of exercise that focuses on strength, flexibility and breathing in order to boost physical and mental wellbeing. Yoga consists of asanas (body postures) as well as pranayama (proscribed breathing patterns) and meditation.

For Your Kids

Keep your kids entertained with some printable puzzles and activities.

Dr Michelle Braude has offered up some gut friendly snacks your kids will love.

Probio7 Intiflor Product Research

Our Head of Nutrition talked us through the research behind our product Probio7 Intilfor, which has been specifically formulated to support female intimate health.

Bacteria Supplements: Busting the Myths

Our Head of Nutrition has spotlighted some of the most common myths associated with friendly bacteria supplements.

The Gut Skin Axis Guide

Increasing evidence suggests that our skin and gut are connected, known as the gut-skin axis.

The FODMAP Diet

FODMAPs are a group of carbohydrates found in a wide range of foods that are poorly absorbed in the small intestines.

Advice By Concern

Struggling with your digestive health and looking for some dietary and lifestyle tips to help manage your concern? Our nutritionist has put together a list of the most common digestive concerns as well as her top tips to help manage and control these concerns.  

Food and Symptom Diary

Food diaries are a great way for you to log and monitor what you eat and drink on a daily basis. Our easy to use tracker will help you identify which foods may be causing your digestive discomfort.

Take a note of what food and drink you consume and any subsequent symptoms that arise. If you need help or want to discuss your diary with our nutrition experts you can schedule a call here.

Meet our Nutritionist

Our in-house nutritionist, is on hand to answer any questions that you may have. Whether you are unsure about which product is best for you or you have specific health-related questions, Rebecca is happy to help where possible.

Rebecca is available 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday to help answer any questions you may have. To find out more about her, click below.

What Does Your Poo Say About You?

The Bristol Stool Chart is a diagnostic tool used to classify stools (what most people call 'faeces' or 'poo'). The chart classifies stools into seven categories based on a number of different characteristics.

We've created an infographic to help you understand what might be happening inside your digestive system. There's also some helpful tips on how to make the perfect poo!

Supporting your gut with yoga

The Bristol Stool Chart is a diagnostic tool used to classify stools (what most people call 'faeces' or 'poo'). The chart classifies stools into seven categories based on a number of different characteristics.

We've created an infographic to help you understand what might be happening inside your digestive system. There's also some helpful tips on how to make the perfect poo!

For Your Kids

Keep your kids entertained with some printable puzzles and activities.

Dr Michelle Braude has offered up some gut friendly snacks your kids will love.

Probio7 Intiflor Product Research

Our Head of Nutrition talked us through the research behind our product Probio7 Intilfor, which has been specifically formulated to support female intimate health.

Bacteria Supplements: Busting the Myths

Our Head of Nutrition has spotlighted some of the most common myths associated with friendly bacteria supplements.

The Gut Skin Axis Guide

Increasing evidence suggests that our skin and gut are connected, known as the gut-skin axis.

The FODMAP Diet

FODMAPs are a group of carbohydrates found in a wide range of foods that are poorly absorbed in the small intestines.

Advice By Concern

Struggling with your digestive health and looking for some dietary and lifestyle tips to help manage your concern? Our nutritionist has put together a list of the most common digestive concerns as well as her top tips to help manage and control these concerns.