Gut Health

Improve your gut health

40% of adults in the UK will report an IBS issue during their lifetime. IBS, celiac disease and Chron’s disease are specifically gut related.

Your gut is vital for your overall health. Having a well-functioning digestive tract aids absorption of nutrition and compromised gut health can be at the root of most chronic disease.

Chronic health conditions influenced by gut health

The importance of your gut

Your gut plays a myriad of important roles within your body and is vital to controlling your digestion and benefitting your immune system.

What are the benefits of good gut health?

Improving your gut health

There are many ways to promote good gut health. Different approaches suit different people. Here is a summary list of some of the key approaches to help you improve your gut.

5 key approaches to promote good gut health
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Learn about the 10 effective ways to improve your gut health. Discover a range of techniques, diet changes, lifestyle changes and exercises that you can use to improve your gut health.


A personalised approach tailored to you.

Using a Personalised Health approach, we will work with you to understand your individual symptoms and health needs to ensure we provide the best environment to facilitate change in your gut health. Together with the support from our Personalised Health team, we can create your tailored nutrition plan and explore optional complementary therapies that will enhance your detox. This will maximise your body’s ability to remove the ‘bad stuff’ and help to alleviate your symptoms, supporting in the prevention of future chronic disease.

The Personalised Health approach you will receive when joining us for a retreat aims to improve your gut health through a number of ways:

  • Detoxification
  • Intermittent fasting
  • Nutritional therapy
  • Colonic hydrotherapy
  • Supplementation
  • Comprehensive digestive stool analysis
  • Probiotics
  • Psychological mentoring to develop healthy lifestyle habits
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You are what you absorb!

Absorption is a key component to good gut health. This is the process by which the nutrients in foods are passed on to the blood. The majority of absorption occurs in the small intestine.

Absorption is made possible by the villi, the small bristle-like protrusions in the mucosa – the moist tissue lining certain parts of the body’s passages and organs. The villi act as channels through which the nutrients derived from digested foods can pass into the bloodstream, whilst keeping most harmful materials out, and be carried to the rest of the body.

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What are common symptoms that indicate poor gut health?

What might surprise you is that if you are struggling with a chronic health condition including skin problems, headaches, hormone regulation, joint inflammation and other chronic conditions your gut health might be playing a vital factor in this condition.

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Your symptoms may often overlap, allowing for a difficult or no specific diagnosis of the cause. The issues can be commonly linked to diet, stress, food intolerance or allergy (such as to dairy and gluten), infections and reactions to prescribed medical drugs.

You may experience common symptoms of poor gut health including:

  • Frequent digestive issues such as bloating, cramps, gas, acid reflux, constipation and diarrhea
  • Acne/skin rash
  • Colds/common illnesses
  • Low energy and fatigue
  • Achy joints