If you regularly suffer from increased flatulence, bloating or changes in regularity, it would be no surprise if you found social situations, eating out and daily life quite stressful. The feeling of discomfort can increase stress and affect your confidence, neither of which is going to help the cycle of issues you are going through - So, isn't it time you took action?

Ask yourself: Are you exceeding more than 10-20 trumps a day (yes, 10-20 pops are considered normal)? Or are you having to rush to the loo, or having problems, whether daily or intermittent, to go when you need to? This is your gut’s way of talking to you, and it’s telling you that something is not quite right.

If problems persist we recommend you consult with your doctor or other health care professional.

Gut health... did you know?

Your colon (large intestine) is home to billions of microbes, – not just bacteria, but also yeast, viruses and parasites. 

These microbes help break down fibre, and produce chemicals (such as short-chain fatty acids) linked to a host of health benefits. This feasting and fermentation also releases some gases (like hydrogen and methane). 

However, if your gut bugs are out of balance (known as ‘dysbiosis’), excess methane can be made – resulting in bloating, wind and constipation. 

Adequate fibre is key to this whole process to ensure waste continues to move through the body for you to pass easily.

Gut and brain connection

That gut feeling you have been having is no mystery, our gut and brain work like a two-way communication, so much so, that our tummies almost act as a second brain, with the power to influence our emotions and mental wellbeing, as well as our physical health. We call this the Gut-Brain axis but that's not all that's going on.

How to improve gut health

Diversifying your diet with high fibre and prebiotic foods helps to fuel the growth of good bacteria in the gut.

 Some prebiotics, which can be found both naturally in fruit and vegetables and in supplement form, contain fibre which can contribute to the recommended daily intake. Checkout our simple checklist for foods that are high in fibre and can be added to your daily routine today.

For as little as 42p per day, you can further support your journey to better gut health with a daily sachet of Bimuno. 

Proven to make a difference in just 7 days*** - alongside a balanced diet and lifestyle, Bimuno is a fast and convenient way to grow the good bugs in your gut (bifidobacteria) which support your health and wellbeing.

Taste-free and seamlessly mixing into the food and drink of your choice, with a focus on the right prebiotic foods and the addition of a high fibre supplement - you can give the gut the love it needs to support your wellbeing (and social situations) in the future.

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**National Diet and Nutrition Survey: diet, nutrition and physical activity (publishing.service.gov.uk)
***Scientific data shows that daily use of Bimuno® increases gut bifidobacteria levels within 7 days, results may vary.