Gut Microbiota

An imbalance of the gut microbiota has been linked to various diseases, from gut and mood disorders to autoimmune problems. There are many ongoing studies looking at the link mentioned above. Learn how a well-balanced microbiota can put you in better control of your body. 1

Why is the microbiota important?

The success or failure of your bowel movements is largely dependent on your microbiota colony. In addition, the microbiota is essential for the absorption of nutrients, pathogenic immunity and healthy brain behaviour. 3

What is intestinal flora?

Intestinal flora, or gut flora, is the same as the microbiota and this refers to all bacteria, archaea and fungi that live within the digestive tract. 1

How are they related to good health?

Gut disorders occur when any of several triggers affect the quantity of microbiota, or intestinal flora, present in the intestines. A balance in the microbiota means you are less susceptible to gut-related illness, both in the short and the long term. 1

Different Gut Disorders Stemming from an imbalance in the microbiota

We all experience gut disorders from time to time. Learn how to identify the different symptoms. Do any of these seem familiar to you?

Gut Disorders in Adults

Gut Disorders in Children


How can Bacillus Clausii Help You Solve Your Gut Problems?

Bacillus clausii is a type of spore-forming good bacteria that works to rebalance the flora in your intestine. When consumed regularly, it can help to reduce the incidence of symptoms associated with gut disorders. 10,11


Browse Our Products

Enterogermina’s range of products work with the body in delivering specific solutions to various digestive needs. They offer quality good bacteria that not only help restore balance and maintain gut health but also assist with the symptoms of intestinal disorders in adults and children. 10,11


Stay Informed

Learn how different daily triggers could be contributing to intestinal disorders, and how a good probiotic could be the ally you didn't know you needed.