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At Bimuno®, we believe we’re all striving to live healthier lives. The key to this success starts with supporting your gut. We know that a healthy, balanced digestive system sits at the core of your overall wellbeing. With the introduction of our unique and convenient products, as well as educating our consumers about the importance of good gut health, we believe we can make a positive difference to lives across the world.

Our unique, high in fibre prebiotic supplement has been clinically proven to naturally feed and stimulate the growth of good bacteria in the gut, which is a great start. It does not stop there though Bimuno also supports the balance of your microbiome. The microbiome is a complex thing, and we are continuing to learn, and understand, how a nourished microbiome can lead to a healthier you.

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Understanding Prebiotics and Probiotics

Although the words prebiotic and probiotic may sound similar and are sometimes confused, they are fundamentally quite different. A helpful analogy is to think of the gut (microbiome) as a garden. The prebiotics are the soil and fertiliser, the probiotics are the seeds that grow into plants. Therefore, Prebiotics are essentially food for your gut (just like the soil and fertiliser for your garden to help support and make the bacteria thrive).

Why is the gut microbiome important?

Your gut is home to trillions of types of bacteria both good and potentially bad which co-exist in the gut and it’s important to get the right balance between them.

Gut bacteria help perform many essential functions in the gut. Research increasingly suggests a link between the gut and key processes in the body including digestive health, immunity and brain function.

The balance of your gut bacteria can be compromised by many factors including: Diet, infection, stress, travel, sleep, age and antibiotic use.

It’s therefore important to optimise the levels of good gut bacteria, to minimise the impact these factors have on overall health and wellbeing.

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