Our gut health supplements have been specially developed to help support a healthy immune system, restore gut health and promote overall health and wellbeing both mentally and physically.
Our gut health supplements come in powder, capsules and gummies, which contribute to a functioning digestive system, allowing you to absorb key nutrients from your diet and supplementation routine.
Digest supplements contain probiotics, which are often described as ‘good bacteria’; probiotics help restore the natural balance of bacteria in your gut following illness or other disruption, and there is some evidence that they help relieve the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Additionally, studies suggest that having a healthy gut can help keep the heart healthy, with certain heart conditions having been linked with our gut microbiome.
Benefits of PhD Life Digest:
- contains probiotics for sustained gut health
- benefits of a healthy gut include boosted mood, healthy heart, better sleep, better digestion
- help support a healthy immune system
- come in three formats for easy supplementation
Why is gut health important?
What are probiotics and how do they help the gut?
Probiotics are live bacteria and yeasts that are often called ‘good’ or ‘friendly’ bacteria for the gut. Evidence suggests that probiotics may help ease the symptoms of IBS and help restore the natural balance of your gut after an illness.
How gut health affects weight loss?
Your gut microbiome is key in many areas of your body, including weight regulation. A diverse microbiome helps control your metabolism which has a key role in terms of body weight. The balance of bacteria within your gut is key to maintaining good health, so if it’s unbalanced and unhealthy, this can negatively impact your overall health. This gut environment could help explain why some people gain weight more easily than others. Naturally, your diet and movement habits are most important when it comes to body weight.
How gut health affects mental health?
Both inflammation and a reduction in microbiome diversity in the gut, or Dysbiosis, has been linked to the onset of mental illnesses including depression and anxiety disorders.
How gut health affects immunity?
Astonishingly, up to 80% of your immune system resides in your gut. When we eat, our gut bacteria break down our food and takes all the good stuff to grow. The healthy bacteria in your gut produce compounds that help your body function optimally and supports the normal functioning of your immune system.Can gut health affect sleep? Research suggests that gut bacteria can help support healthy sleeping patterns by contributing to the creation of important chemicals in your brain such as serotonin and dopamine, both important when it comes to sleep and mood.