By SOPHIE FREEMAN FOR MAILONLINE PUBLISHED: 27 May 2015 Abundance and diversity of certain bacteria can impact a child’s behaviour Children with diverse bacteria ‘more likely to have positive mood’ Boys are particularly affected by levels of gut bacteria, say researchers Got a toddler who’s acting up? Blame the bacteria in their gut. The abundance and diversity of certain bacterial species can impact … Continue reading
“Professor Tim Spector, a leading genetics expert, finds compelling evidence as to why calorie-controlled diets don’t work Calorie-controlled diets don’t work. Many of us may have suspected as much for years — but now there’s compelling evidence in a new book by Professor Tim Spector, a leading genetics expert at King’s College London. What’s more, he’s offering a tantalising new … Continue reading
Bimuno recently conducted consumer research that has shown that us Brits’ only feel 100% fit for 61 days out of the year, leaving many of us operating well below our best for a staggering 10 months out of 12. Sick days cost the UK £6.5bn a year, with the average adult taking 3 and a half days off a year. … Continue reading
January’s edition of Woman magazine tells the story of how some women have been able to rekindle their spark. One of those women had been diagnosed with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and had been striving for a solution to help her get her mojo back. Read how her experiences lead her to Bimuno in the article from Women here.
In Boots’ Summer 2013 customer survey, Bimuno IMMUNAID was featured as its customers’ favourite Prebiotic or Probiotic supplement. Amongst other great products such as the ever-popular Haliborange, it’s just one more great recognition of what we have been aiming to do: helping people attain the healthy lifestyle they want to achieve.
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The findings of a recently published clinical study* conducted by Reading University assessing the benefits of a second generation prebiotic – Bimuno, are discussed in the leading medical journal The Lancet. For many years a link between gut bacteria and a range of metabolic disorders has been suggested. This new study adds further evidence of this link and demonstrates that … Continue reading
Bimuno Immunaid received a glowing four out of five stars in a recent edition of the Full House’s Tried & Tested segment. Other supplements they featured were bee prepared supplements and DLux1000, but if they were to back only one product to help boost your immune system, it would be Immunaid. 4 out of 5 Stars It is no wonder … Continue reading
The Sunday Express featured Lisa Rowat’s story in their Food for Thought article. From the age of 13 she suffered from painful symptoms of bloating and cramps that would flair up and make her periods unbearable. She was originally diagnosed with IBS and later with a gluten allergy. What she then did was take action to manage the symptoms to … Continue reading
Constipation can be embarrassing but it’s a fact of life. In fact, according to Bodyfit around 1 in 10 people in the UK suffer from regular constipation. And constipation can be uncomfortable leading to bloating, stomach pain, and nausea. So it’s important to deal with constipation before it causes you discomfort. Bodyfit Magazine recognizes this and recently put Bimuno Prebiotic Immunaid in the … Continue reading
E-Travel Store investigates which countries are the worst for travellers’ diarrhoea. And we were surprised that almost 1 in 3 Brits record having digestive health issues while abroad in Spain. From either drinking local water or being exposed to more bug, a travel bug could leave you feeling constipated, bloated or give you diarrhea. Read more about what they recommend. Continue reading