Q&A with Holly’s Wholesome Kitchen

Hi Microbz family, this week we are talking with Holly Johnson from Holly’s Wholesome Kitchen. Holly is a promoter of all things healthy and her website is the perfect platform promoting delicious recipes, reviews on new health products and tips on nourishing your...

How can young people support their mental health?

Mental health issues are becoming more common in young people, or are being reported more often. Either way, the question about how society can support young people with mental health issues is an unfolding crisis. Depression, anxiety and eating disorders are on the...

Hello Autumn hello change

The gut microbiome consists of trillions of live microbes which work every day to ensure our health is ship shape for all modern life encounters. And of course, when we say live we really do mean ALIVE. These microbes – in our gut - are not static, and as we go about...

Microbes, small but mighty!

“Life would not long remain possible in the absence of microbes.”- Louis Pasteur   Microbes are everywhere. Our bodies contain 10 times more microbes than human cells, our own community of trillions of single cell, living organisms (known as the microbiome) and, as we...

Back to school, back to microbes

It’s the last stretch of the summer holidays so getting back to school is right around the corner. Everyone’s been adventuring - maybe to exotic places, maybe with kids on the street or in the playground, maybe at summer camp. But wherever your child has been and...

The marvellous macro-mineral, magnesium

Magnesium is a vital mineral that is essential to our body and its functions. It is needed for more than 300 biochemical reactions and plays several important roles in the health of your body and brain. Magnesium helps to: keep blood pressure normal steady your heart...

Keep your gut healthy on your travels

School’s out and summer holidays are underway! For many of us the early morning rush to the airport with our carry ons and frantic double checking of passports and tickets is only days away. In the midst of this chaos and excitement, it’s easy to let your regular...

Water is life, and clean water means health

We are 60% water. Water is essential to keep our bodies functioning well. It is crucial for a healthy digestion, helping to break down the food we eat, allowing it to pass through our intestines more easily and boosting nutrient absorption. It also helps temperature...

How goddesses manage the menopause

The human body is incredible. It can digest food and keep breathing without being reminded, but there are few things that can rival the female reproductive system’s complexity. After puberty and the chance of pregnancy and childbirth, the menopause is the last...

3 reasons pregnant women should take a probiotic

Pregnancy is a really exciting time and there is a lot to prepare. There might be a nursery to decorate, newborn baby grows to buy and courses to take ready for birth. But the body is also working overtime creating a new human being, so it too needs time, and a little...

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  • Q&A with Holly's Wholesome Kitchen
  • How can young people support their mental health?
  • Hello Autumn hello change
  • Microbes, small but mighty!
  • Back to school, back to microbes
  • The marvellous macro-mineral, magnesium
  • Keep your gut healthy on your travels
  • Water is life, and clean water means health
  • How goddesses manage the menopause
  • 3 reasons pregnant women should take a probiotic
  • Why women should be celebrating lactobacilli
  • Women: feel like the goddess that you are
  • Stressed out? Microbes to the rescue
  • Rooting for vegetables
  • The cycle of life and how microbes help
  • Your pet’s microbiome needs a probiotic too
  • Introducing one solution: microbial cleaners
  • Dear Mummy, thank you for loving me!
  • Discovering microbes - My story
  • Microbes in January
  • Your second brain? How your gut is connected to your mood.
  • Microbes in India: Cluster beans - Trial 2
  • Microbes in India: Cluster beans – Trial 1
  • The health benefits of Ginger by Helen Sanders
  • Microbes in December
  • Microbes in November
  • The benefits of probiotics for mothers and babies
  • What microbes do for you: 18-19 November 2017
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    Microbes in September
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    Which bacteria are most helpful for general health conditions?
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    Microbes in August
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