Gut Health Imbalance – What Can You Do About It? - The Tiny Secret

Gut Health Imbalance – What Can You Do About It?

The body eliminates pollutants and metabolic waste in the stomach. However, for an individual with a bad stomach, it will be difficult for the body to get rid of those toxins. If this happens, it can lead to a variety of problems, such as inflammation all throughout the body. People consequently encounter symptoms including dizziness, brain fog, constipation, gas, joint discomfort, etc. Many of them may not be aware of it, but the brain is the second gut; as a result, if your gut isn’t functioning properly, your brain will likely be as well!

Diet has a significant impact on the imbalance of different bacteria, which leads to a bad environment in your gut. Processed foods or commonly known as Junk foods with high sugar content, low fibre content, and high calories are likely to encourage the growth of yeast and harmful germs. Poor gut health can also be a result of overusing drugs that interfere with normal gut function, such as antibiotics, acid-blocking medicines, and anti-inflammatory drugs.

Eating complete, unprocessed foods with lots of fiber (such vegetables, beans, nuts, and whole grains) and taking probiotics or digestive enzymes are the two main ways to promote gut health.

The purpose of probiotics

Probiotics work with the native microorganisms in the intestines. They exert their beneficial effects by interacting with dietary components and various cells as they move through the gut.

Probiotics have been demonstrated in studies to boost immunological and digestive health, including lowering diarrhoea from a number of different causes, enhancing resistance to infections, and enhancing lactose digestion. 

On healthy or “at-risk” individuals, studies of biotic intervention have been carried out with a variety of clinical objectives. Together, these findings imply that free-living, generally healthy individuals may have some advantages. Probiotics, for instance, have been demonstrated in trials to extend and reduce the frequency and duration of common upper respiratory tract infections. There is evidence that specific probiotics can assist persons with mild hypercholesterolemia control their blood lipid levels. People who are lactose intolerant may benefit from probiotics. 

Due to insufficient quantities of the lactase enzyme (β-galactosidase (β-gal), people with lactose intolerance are unable to digest large amounts of lactose. 

  • Probiotics helpful in Lactose Intolerance 

Lactobacillus acidophilus, Lactobacillus rhamnosus, Lactobacillus reuteri, Lactobacillus casei, Lactobacillus fermentum

  • Probiotics helpful in curing diarrhoea 

Antibiotic-associated diarrhoea: Lactobacillus acidophilus, Lactobacillus rhamnosus, 

Acute gastroenteritis: Lactobacillus rhamnosus, Lactobacillus reuteri Lactobacillus casei 

Traveller’s diarrhoea: Lactobacillus acidophilus, Lactobacillus fermentum, Lactobacillus rhamnosus 

If you are having any health issues that you believe may be related to your gut health, The Tiny Secret has the perfect solution! 

Wizz of Fizz – Gut Health : This fizz evokes a sense of nostalgia with its Jal Jeera flavour. It has a probiotic blend to replenish your gut with a dose of the friendly bacteria. Cinnamon works towards the inflammation and black pepper extract acts as an antimicrobial agent. Fructose oligosaccharide (FOS) is a prebiotic. This fizzy goodness has the symbiotic synergy of both prebiotics and probiotics making it an ideal gut drink. The effervescent formula makes it more bioavailable and faster absorbing.

It is Zero Sugar, Low fat, Low calorie with 10Bn CFU probiotics making it everyone’s choice.

It is something that you can travel with, what you need is just water.

FitMints – Digestion : Enjoy the mouth-watering flavour combination of sweet and mint in every bite. Have these after meals to change your palate. Apple Cider Vinegar is naturally acidic, and is beneficial for people with low stomach acidity, to raise stomach acid levels to aid digestion. It also prevents gas and bloating, which a slow digestion can cause

Digestive enzyme blend (Protease, Papain and Lactase):  

Protease: break down protein into small peptides and amino acids for greater digestive balance 

Papain: reduce pain, inflammation, and swelling. It has also been used to improve digestion and to treat infections, diarrhoea, and allergies. Also helps by breaking down tough to-digest foods. 

Lactase: breaks down the lactose in food so that the body can easily absorb it

It is Zero Sugar, Low calorie, FOS Prebiotics, 10Bn CFU Probiotics, proprietary digestive enzyme blend. 

No matter where you go…… Health anywhere, anytime! Individual tablet in a completely chewable form, No need of water. 

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