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Food detective: Inulin

It’s popping up in all sorts of products. This added...

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Emulsifiers: Friend or foe?

Emulsifiers have been getting a bad rap lately, but have...

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How to make kombucha

You will needlarge glass jar sheet of paper towel...

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Healthy gut, happy mind

Dietitian Katrina Pace finds out how looking after gut bacteria...

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Build better immunity: The secret weapon of a...

Dietitian Katrina Pace looks at the role our gut bacteria...

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Gut bugs and drugs

We normally think of antibiotics affecting our gut bacteria, but...

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Extra exercise benefits…

… for your brain We’ve long known that brain training can...

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Try this: Sauerkraut juice

Sauerkraut, or pickled cabbage, is said to have gut health-promoting...

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Gut microbes: The new frontier in weight loss

What if an infusion of good bacteria could have a...

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Bristol Stool Chart

What does healthy poo look like?Is your digestive health in...

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Shopping for low-FODMAP foods

If you suffer from Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), then following...

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Try this: Kombucha

What is it? Kombucha is a fermented tea that is very...

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The truth about fermented foods

Kombucha, sauerkraut, kimchi or kefir… fermented foods are being lauded...

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The insides story

At long last, gut health is getting the attention it...

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What’s really causing your IBS?

Dietitian Anna Richards — who specialises in food allergies and...

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Behind the science: Getting your gut back to...

HFG senior nutritionist Rose Carr has advice for those suffering...

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Gut and mood: The surprising connections

Boasting a huge network of nerve cells, your gut literally...

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Gut health update: What your gut bacteria can...

Emerging research shows that our gut bacteria are an internal...
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