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Clinical Guides

These guides are aimed at health professionals and are designed to make it easier to choose the right product for your clients. They contain the most important pieces of information about our products and how they should be used.

NB: These guides are available to health professionals only.

  • Clinical Guide - Gut Transformation

    Managing a healthy digestive system

    The Gut Transformation Programme is an intensive gut clearance protocol which aims to free patients of unpleasant, nagging gut-related issues which they may have been suffering with for years. Bloating, gas, irritable bowel, gastric discomfort, fatigue and poor concentration...

  • Clinical Guide - Eskimo®-3 Fish Oil Range

    Achieving balance for optimal health

    Omega-3 fish oils have been one of the fastest growing segments in the natural healthcare market over recent years. This growth is based on increasing general awareness of the benefits of omega-3 in the context of cardiovascular health and brain function. Epidemiological studies have shown that populations who eat large quantities of fish have a lower...

  • Clinical Guide - Magnesium

    Achieving balance for optimal health

    Magnesium is sometimes referred to as the “spark of life” because it plays an essential role in such a wide range of fundamental biological reactions. It is involved in over 300 essential enzymatic reactions and is necessary for every major biological process. Deficiency of magnesium is very common making it one of the more important minerals in clinical nutrition.

  • Clinical Guide - Metabolic Foods

    Nutrient dense powdered foods for optimum health

    Nutri’s metabolic foods are a group of powdered nutritional formulas that have been used in the UK for over 15 years. Each of the metabolic foods has been designed to provide support for a different body system and every single formula is a uniquely blended combination of high quality protein and glycaemically balanced carbohydrates, together with a...

  • Clinical Guide - Multi-Essentials

    Promoting optimal health & wellbeing

    Every single day we have a basic requirement for a broad range of essential vitamins and minerals. Ideally, we’d obtain all of these essential nutrients from our food. However, due to a number of factors, it has become increasingly difficult to obtain all of the nutrients our bodies need, even from a healthy well-balanced diet. Add to that the fact that a large...

  • Clinical Guide - Probiotics

    Restoring balance in your patient’s gut

    All good healthcare practitioners know that a healthy gut is key to overall health. Studies show a direct link between gastrointestinal ecology and overall immune function, and one of the most important steps to achieving healthy gut function is by restoring and maintaining a healthy balance of gut flora.

  • Clinical Guide - Stress

    Managing a healthy adrenal response

    People react differently to pressure, and the physiological effect on the body of dealing with long-term challenges and sustained pressure manifests itself differently depending on the individual. Nervous tension begins in the brain and spreads throughout the body, ultimately affecting the adrenals, the thyroid, neurotransmitter systems, the digestive system...

  • Clinical Guide - The Thyroid Gland

    Managing a healthy thyroid metabolism

    Thyroid function has a profound effect on overall health and imbalances can affect almost every metabolic process in the body. This is because thyroid hormones are primary regulators of the body’s overall metabolism. Symptoms of poor thyroid health are a common reason for patients to seek help from healthcare professionals. Providing the right balance of...

  • Clinical Guide - Vitamin D

    Super-nutrient

    Vitamin D is fast becoming known as a “super-nutrient”. No longer just an important nutrient for healthy bones, research is now finding that deficiency of this fat-soluble vitamin can be linked to a wide range of health problems, including some of the most common chronic conditions of modern times. It’s a worrying fact that the majority of the UK...