Gut science

We’re BIG fans of bacteria. And we’ve got good reason to be – without bacteria there would be no life on earth. In fact, they were the first living things on the planet – and, with around four billion years under their belts, they’re some of the oldest known life forms.  You’ll find these guys all over – in the air, soil, water, food, your body and, of course, our little bottles.

Gut-Brain Guide

Your digestive system plays a vital role in keeping you healthy. It keeps your natural defences strong, prevents those pesky digestive problems and contributes to the overall health of your body. This complex collection of organs works together to make sure you’re getting the nutrients, vitamins and minerals you need.

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Bacteria Science

Your gut is a big deal. So big in fact, it is known as the second brain. It contains 500 million nerve cells and trillions of bacteria, that’s more than the number of cells in the rest of your body!