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Your amazing microbiome

Meet your miraculous gut microbiome

Your microbiome is a truly incredible thing, affecting so many areas of your health. From your immune system to your mood – even the way you sleep.

 In other words, look after it and it will look after you.

So what exactly is the gut microbiome?

Your gut stretches right from your mouth to your bottom. Once your stomach has broken down food, it's down to your gut to absorb any nutrients and expel waste.

Your gut “microbiome” is the term for all the organisms in your gut. It's a massive ecosystem made up of trillions of bacteria, yeast, fungi, and viruses. Which, together, weigh more than the average human brain.  

Scientists are so fascinated by the gut they're beginning to treat it as its own organ.

Your body's superpower

Producing good bugs. Fighting bad ones. It’s all in a day’s work for your awesome microbiome.

And the really exciting bit? Scientists are only just starting to understand its power. What they do know is that when it’s functioning well, it’s believed to help your body:

● Break down complex carbs

● Produce vitamins and minerals

● Defend against bad bacteria

● Train your immune system

● Fight toxins

Symprove supports your microbiome

Our microbiome contains a delicate balance of good and bad bacteria. Thankfully, growing research is showing us how to maintain that balance better.

Eating well and sleeping well, plus exercising and stress management are all thought to alter your gut's composition – as do hormones. Meanwhile, being outside with nature, animals and dirt supports a healthy balance, too.

But it's good to remember that nobody's perfect. Modern life can make finding balance tricky, and that's where live bacteria supplements can help.

How Symprove Works

How Symprove can support you

We think the gut microbiome is incredible! It's why we've spent over 20 years researching it and developing Symprove as we go. 

Symprove delivers live bacteria to your gut where it thrives and helps stimulate the good bacteria you already have. Our aim is to support a healthy balance of bacteria in the gut. 

Want to learn more about the studies we've taken part in?

Explore the Science