Digestive health

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Your guide to detoxing

Give your body a gentle cleanse and feel refreshed and ready to kick-start a healthier way of living.

  1. Your guide to detoxing
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Digestive health
Digestive health

Digestive Bio Balance®

$29.99

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Blackmores Digestive Bio Balance® provides a clinically researched probiotic that is suitable for the whole family (over 2 years).

Lactobacillus reuteri(DSM 17938 Protectis®):200 million organisms

Dosage

Adults and children over 2 years - Chew or crush 1 tablet once a day, or as professional prescribed.

  • If symptoms persist, see your healthcare professional
  • May occasionally cause a temporary increase in mild flatulence
  • If diarrhoea persists in children over 2 years for more than 12 hours seek medical advice
Digestive health

Lecithin 1200

$33.99

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Blackmores Lecithin 1200 is derived from soybeans and helps support normal liver function and aids normal fat metabolism.

Lecithin:1.2 g (1200 mg)

Dosage

Adults - Take 1 capsule 4 times per day with a meal. 

Children under 12 years – Only as professionally prescribed.  


If you are pregnant or breastfeeding consult your healthcare professional before use. 

Do not take this product if you have an allergy to lecithin, egg or soy.

01 April 2010

Food poisoning

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Also known as infectious gastroenteritis, food poisoning is caused by consuming contaminated foods or water. The symptoms can vary from mild discomfort to life-threatening illness.

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28 April 2010

Digestive ulcer

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A stomach ulcer is a small, inflamed wound where the stomach lining and underlying tissues have become exposed to the acidic contents of the stomach. Stomach ulcers are associated with the bacterium Helicobacter pylori which is present in approximately one third of the total Australian population. Many people with Helicobacter pylori experience no symptoms, but others may develop stomach ulcers.

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