Reshape your plate with fermentation

Fermenting is natural way to help make food more digestible, nutritious and flavourful. It is a concept that has been around for centuries but there is a renewed interest in recent years mainly driven by the idea that fermented foods are strong providers of good...

It’s hay fever time! Microbes to the rescue

In the UK, a staggering 2 in 10 people are affected by one or more allergies. And this number is rapidly increasing. You may be one of the many people developing allergies like asthma and hay fever. We are encouraged to believe that killing 99% of bacteria within our...

Smart, safe and effective – what is it?

A probiotic cleaner, of course! Adding more good microbes around your home and onto your surfaces works to crowd out bad microbes. Most commonly used eco-friendly cleaners use enzymes. However, enzymes are only effective during application and once a product has been...

Why should you switch to probiotic cleaners?

You are never home alone. Rob Dunn, an American biologist who hunts microbial life, has recently said that humans can share their homes with around 5,000 species of insects and bacteria. These millions of minute friends help to make up a unique blueprint. Most...

Balance acidity in the stomach and ease reflux

Indigestion, acid reflux and heartburn cause millions of people discomfort every day. Beneficial microbes don’t just help the lining of the gut and colon, they are also effective at dealing with issues higher up the digestive tract. Reflux is caused by pathogenic...

The benefits of adding prebiotic foods to your diet

We try to include as many healthy foods as possible in our daily diet; one of the healthiest food groups that we're learning more about is prebiotics. Prebiotic foods are high in special types of fibre that support digestive health. They feed and promote the growth of...

Share love and microbes this Valentines

Truthfully, you can’t help but share your microbes with your nearest and dearest. Research suggests that couples who live together share a lot more than just a household: they also share each other’s microbiome. The microbiome refers to the trillions of bacteria that...

Why we ferment juices, herbs and minerals with microbes

Living cultures – better known as probiotics – help support a healthy gut. They travel through the intestines and repopulate the gut with beneficial microbes that help to break down food and eliminate toxins. At Microbz, we ferment our live cultures with organic...

Why should you take a probiotic that is alive?

Supplements with live active cultures (often known as probiotics) contain living bacteria (most often Bifidobacterium and Lactobacillus species) and yeast which promote health, particularly in the gut microbiome. A probiotic contains live microorganisms that, when...

Enjoy gut friendly festive foods this Christmas

Christmas just got a whole lot tastier! It’s almost time to celebrate this jolly time of year with friends and family. As a little treat, we are sharing a few of our favourite festive recipes for you and your gut. Christmas Cocoa When it is cold and dark outside...

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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.

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  • Reshape your plate with fermentation
  • It's hay fever time! Microbes to the rescue
  • Smart, safe and effective – what is it?
  • Why should you switch to probiotic cleaners?
  • Balance acidity in the stomach and ease reflux
  • The benefits of adding prebiotic foods to your diet
  • Share love and microbes this Valentines
  • Why we ferment juices, herbs and minerals with microbes
  • Why should you take a probiotic that is alive?
  • Enjoy gut friendly festive foods this Christmas
  • Keep your microbes happy this Christmas
  • Why do men need probiotics?
  • Boost your immunity. Beat that cold.
  • Improve your soil, naturally
  • 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
  • Feed your gut this Christmas: five fermented foods for yuletide bliss
  • 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
  • Microbes in October
  • The first 1000 days
  • Naish House
    Microbes in September
  • helpful bacteria for general health conditions
    Which bacteria are most helpful for general health conditions?
  • Naish House
    Microbes in August
  • Microbes - The world’s best recyclers.
    3 new ways microbes are helping to treat waste  
  • Naish House
    Microbes in July
  • Natural Paddock Fertiliser
    Paddock Bio Green - Lindsay Cotterall
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    Microbes in June
  • Keeping horses healthy on Rushall Organic Farm
    No flies on us - Di Gilpin
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    Microbes in May
  • Keeping horses healthy on Rushall Organic Farm
    Keeping horses healthy on Rushall Organic Farm
  • Six things microbes do for you
    Six things microbes do for you
  • The Healing Power of Moringa

Microbz for your pets

At microbzforpets.co.uk we combine active, beneficial microbes in unique blends to create a healthy environment for your pets naturally.

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Microbz for your horse

At microbzforhorses.co.uk we make unique natural combinations of beneficial microbes designed to benefit horses, stables and paddocks.

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Microbz for your farm

At microbesforfarms.co.uk we use beneficial microbes help to improve soil quality and reduce the need for fertilisers.

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