Intestinal permeability: How to repair the intestines

Intestinal permeability, often referred to as ‘leaky gut’, is an increasingly studied concept in the field of gastroenterology and integrative medicine. This condition refers to a state in which the intestinal barrier, normally impermeable to certain substances, becomes more permeable. The intestinal barrier includes surface mucus, an epithelial layer and immune defences. Its main function … Read more

What can be done about chronic constipation?

Chronic constipation is a common health problem affecting many people around the world. The condition is characterised by infrequent, hard bowel movements, often causing pain and discomfort. In this article, we’ll explore the causes of chronic constipation, as well as natural and medical and medical remedies for dealing with it. We’ll also look at tips … Read more

Purify your water at home: the best alternatives for healthy, pure water

It’s vital to ensure that the water we drink and use every day is clean and free from pollutants such as sediment, heavy metals and microbes. Fortunately, there are several ways of dealing with this problem. Discover in this article the best alternatives for purifying your water at home and ensuring healthy water for you … Read more

What is SIFO: symptoms, diagnosis and treatment

SIFO(Small Intestinal Fungal Overgrowth), also known as intestinal candidiasis, is an increasingly common condition affecting people’s digestive health. The condition is characterised by an overgrowth of fungi in the small intestine, which can lead to a variety of uncomfortable and painful symptoms. In this article, we’ll explore in depth what SIFO is, its symptoms, diagnosis … Read more

The benefits: a range for everyone

Food supplements are becoming an increasingly important part of our lives. Most of them are natural and organic, and help us to prevent and combat various everyday ailments. Stress, colds, digestive problems, fatigue… There are many symptoms and illnesses that these products can help to relieve and cure effectively and sustainably. They are usually presented … Read more

What is the low FODMAP diet?

The low-FODMAP diet is a nutritional method designed to reduce the symptoms of IBS by limiting foods rich in fermentable sugars known as FODMAPs (fermentable oligo-, di-, monosaccharides and polyols). This type of diet is generally supervised by health professionals. The aim is to avoid foods such as nuts, pulses, dairy products, gluten-containing cereals, certain … Read more

What is SIBO?

SIBO, or small intestinal bacterial overgrowth, is considered to be a disease that can cause abdominal pain bloating  diarrhoea or constipation as well as nutritional problems such as nutrient deficiencies. Many patients prefer to use natural treatments. Fortunately, there are methods to manage this condition. Find out how to manage your SIBO! Probiotics Probiotics are … Read more

How to get back to a balanced diet after the holidays

The best end-of-year celebrations are mainly associated with good food and a well-stocked table. Foie gras, salmon, logs, chocolate, champagne… The temptations are such that it is indeed a bit difficult to maintain a certain dietary balance. However, did you know that this culinary madness lasting about ten days, which often degenerates into a real … Read more

Natural anti-bloating treatments

Bloating is defined by a feeling of swelling in the abdomen (meteorism) and the need to belch or pass gas. There are several types: Bloating of the stomach leads to a feeling of heaviness in the stomach. It is also accompanied by an exaggerated intake of air (aerophagia). Bloating of the small intestine therefore occurs … Read more

Beating the gastro virus naturally

Gastroenteritis, commonly known as‘gastro‘, is an illness that affects the digestive system. Characterised mainly by inflammation of the intestinal or stomach mucosa, this infection manifests itself through symptoms such as abdominal pain, bloating, nausea, vomiting and diarrhoea. The variability of these symptoms, which often have a sudden onset but short duration (2 to 3 days), … Read more