Guides and Resources

There are many factors which can contribute to an imbalance of bacteria within the gut microbiome.
Understanding what these factors are can be challenging. Here you can find some useful tools and guides to help you on your gut health journey.



A helpful A-Z glossary listing key terms and their definitions. Our comprehensive glossary includes medical terms as well as more colloquial ones which may be used by patients and those not directly involved in science, medicine or the healthcare industry.

Bacteria Supplements:
Busting the Myths


Our Head of Nutrition has spotlighted some of the most common myths associated with friendly bacteria supplements.

Probiotics 101


An overview of what the gut microbiome is and what probiotics are. Read more about the function and action of probiotics.

Food and Symptom Tracker

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Food diaries are a great way for you to log and monitor what you eat and drink on a daily basis. Our easy to use tracker will help you identify which foods may be causing your digestive discomfort.


Take a note of what food and drink you consume and any subsequent symptoms that arise.

The Gut Skin Axis Guide


Increasing evidence suggests that our skin and gut are connected, known as the gut-skin axis.

Bristol Stool Chart

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The Bristol Stool Chart is a diagnostic tool used to classify stools (what most people call 'faeces' or 'poo'). The chart classifies stools into seven categories based on a number of different characteristics.

We've created an infographic to help you understand what might be happening inside your digestive system. There's also some helpful tips on how to make the perfect poo!


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FODMAPs are a group of carbohydrates found in a wide range of foods that are poorly absorbed in the small intestines.



A list of research papers, clinical studies, reports, articles and more. The bibliography is split into sections that are easy to navigate.