Digestive health

A healthy digestive system is fundamental to general health and wellbeing so it's important to support the digestive process, friendly gut bacteria, barrier integrity and inflammatory balance in the gut.

Live Cultures+ Lab4 Probiotics

Live Cultures+ Lab4 Probiotics®

Expertly formulated to provide comprehensive digestive health support. Each capsule provides a potent dose of live bacteria, calcium and vitamin A. This unique vegan blend helps to restore friendly gut bacteria, protects the gut lining and supports the production of digestive enzymes. Formulated for everyday use, simply take one daily with food.

Digestive Enzymes & Betaine HCl

Formulated to support the digestion of food and maximise nutrient bioavailability. This advanced formula provides a broad range of vegan-certified digestive enzymes to support the digestion of fat, protein, carbohydrates, lactose and plant fibre. Boosted with betaine hydrochloride (HCl) to optimise stomach acidity, providing comprehensive support.

Live Cultures+ Lab4 Probiotics

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Nutrition protocol

Our team of qualified nutritionists recommend the following supplements:

Everyday wellbeing

Intensive support


Live Cultures+ Lab4 Probiotics® vg

Ideal for: restoring friendly gut bacteria, supporting the gut lining and the production of digestive enzymes

Digestive Enzymes & Betaine HCl

Ideal for: supporting the breakdown of foods in the gut to release nutrients, support gut health and reduce bloating

Pharmepa RESTORE

Ideal for: efficiently supporting inflammatory balance

Additional supportive nutrients

Daily Vitamin D3 2000IU ^

Ideal for: maintaining a healthy vitamin D status year-round, important for gut barrier function

Advanced Hydrolysed Collagen Peptides ^

Ideal for: maintaining the gut lining

High Absorption Zinc Complex vg

Ideal for: supporting the production of digestive enzymes to aid in the proper breakdown of nutrients from food

vg certified vegan

^ Vegan alternative available

Further reading from the nutrition blog