Digestive Health

Digestive disorders are common, with around 4 in 10 adults reporting at least one digestive symptom at any one time. Many are mild and can be managed with lifestyle changes, but if symptoms do not improve, they could be a sign of serious illness. Knowing what to look out for and when to consult a doctor are vital to treating digestive health disorders. We have collated our articles and guides on digestive health symptoms, causes, and prevention below.

What is Digestive Health?

Your digestive system is an intricate set of organs that work together to convert your food into fuel for your body and remove the waste. Mild and temporary digestive complaints such as constipation, diarrhoea, heartburn and bloating are very common, but there are also a number of serious health issues that can arise, such as Crohn’s Disease, IBS and Hemorrhoids.

Avoiding digestive problems often comes down to making good choices regarding food and lifestyle. Eating a diet with plenty of fresh foods, fruit, vegetables, and fibre and styling physically active will support a healthy gut.

Types of conditions affecting Blood Health

Understanding what is happening in your body and where your health might need some further investigation or support allows you to make informed decisions and positive changes where needed. We’ve included below our guides and articles to support you in understanding the types of conditions that affect digestive health and how to manage them.

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