Microbes in November

Hi there,  It has taken me some years to get here, but now I use microbes in almost every aspect of life here at Spirthill: in my home, in the office, in the garden, with the humans and the animals. I love reaching for a 100% environmentally friendly and chemical-free...

Microbes in October

Hi there,  With trees losing their leaves and the clocks going back at the end of the month, this is a time for drawing in, for fires and creative evenings, and the comforts of home. It has taken me some years to get here, but by now I use microbes in almost every...

Microbes in August

“The last 100 years have featured human solutions to microbial problems, but the next 100 years will feature microbial solutions to human problems.” Anne Madden, microbiologist on www.TED.com (Meet the microscopic life in your home – and on your face) Wow, this big...

Microbes in May

Here is my diary of all the different ways I use microbes at Spirthill. This routine works a treat – and I love knowing that it is 100% chemical free. Daily Add Pet Nutrition Booster to our lab puppy Kit’s drinking water and also to Vic the cat’s wet food Drink my...

Household

Our blog tells you more about what microbes do, how they work and how they can help you. You’ll hear from people who use them, learn about the ingredients we use and how microbes are helping people all over the world. If you have any stories about microbes, we want to hear them, send them to info@microbz.co.uk The effects described in these stories can not be guaranteed and results may vary.

Stressed out? Microbes to the rescue

A certain amount of stress can be a good thing. Stress helps us to cope with demanding situations by releasing adrenaline for concentration and perseverance. But prolonged periods of stress can pose serious problems for physical and mental health. Our modern life has...

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Rooting for vegetables

We are proud to announce that our Microbz probiotics, Bio-Live Gold, Bio-Live Dark and Bio-Live GOO, have now been certified as safe for vegetarian and vegan diets. So, you can enjoy it along with a balanced diet to care for your microbiome – the community of...

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The cycle of life and how microbes help

The Cycle of Life and how microbes help This World Earth Day, we’re thinking about the cycle of life. The cycle of life starts at birth – the presence of new life – and travels through periods of growth until death. It is present in many different ways physically and...

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Your pet’s microbiome needs a probiotic too

Pets are a part of our everyday lives and families. Looking after our pet’s health is as important as looking after our own. All animals have their own unique microbiome: a universe of trillions of microbes that help to maintain their overall health – just like...

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Introducing one solution: microbial cleaners

In February, American scientists released new research that showed that regular use of cleaning sprays has an impact on lung health comparable to smoking a pack of cigarettes a day. The chemicals in cleaning products can irritate the fragile mucous membranes that line...

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Dear Mummy, thank you for loving me!

These were the words that came out of my 6-year-old son's mouth at 7:35am on a cold Wednesday morning. He has said “I love you” many times, but never once has he thanked me for loving him. Hearing these words made all my tears, frustration, determination and...

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Discovering microbes – My story

by Zara Kirk, consultant nutritionist for Microbz In all the 28 years I have been working with nutrition as a basis for wellbeing, there has not been a revolution in the field like the current one with the ‘discovery’ of our microbiome. This is one of the most...

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Microbes in January

Happy New Year! Flu and cold viruses are around everywhere it seems, and our team here at Microbz has had its share. So this month my headline is simple: Bio-Live Echinacea, Echinacea, and more Echinacea. This natural antibiotic mixed with friendly microbes can help...

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Your second brain? How your gut is connected to your mood.

Is it surprising to learn that you are more bacteria than body? There are around 100 trillion microbes in your gut alone – way more than all the cells in your body – making your gut central to your health. You picked up most of your microbes initially from...

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