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  • Can curcumin benefit IBD patients?

    The spice that has been used for centuries for food, art, and medicine. Curcumin is the beneficial and brilliant bright yellow chemical from the plant root, turmeric. Curcumin is an antioxidant that…

  • Snacks for kids: what to do?

    I know it can be nerve wracking to see your kid snacking. As a concerned and caring parent you can’t help but think about the future implications it will have on their…

  • What does my ‘Quality of life score’ mean?

    When you start conversations with Nori you will quickly come across the Quality of life score, which is visible only to you. This is score is established during your first conversation with…

  • Is soy healthy?

    From being the miracle bean, to the lean, mean cancer causing machine, media has been confusing us on our decision whether or not to have soy. So let’s take a closer look.

  • We’re coming to Future Healthcare 2018

    This March the Future Healthcare conference takes place at the Olympia in London. Products and services will be showcased to the national and international audience. Experts will address the biggest challenges facing…

  • The relationship between gut health and depression

    Think about those times you ate something that did not agree with your stomach. You feel upset, moody, and anxious because you are trying to dash to the nearest bathroom. The gut…

  • Crohn’s Disease symptoms

    Crohn’s disease symptoms vary from individual to individual but the most common symptoms include: gut pain, diarrhea, fever, weight loss, anemia, fissures, fatigue, and canker sores in the mouth. Gut pain typically…

  • Crohn’s Disease

    Introduction to Crohn’s Disease Crohn’s disease is an inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). It causes inflammation, that can occur anywhere along the digestive tract, however it is most common in the colon and…