Why Gut Works® is so good

Gut Works® is the best-selling prebiotic and probiotic for optimal gut health. With 6 clinically studied strains providing 50 billion active, healthy bacteria, Gut Works® rebalances and repopulates your gut microbiome, relieving IBS and symptoms including bloating, fatigue, gas, poor sleep and weight gain, fuelling your energy, brain, mood and daily wellbeing. In a survey of 246 users*, Gut Works® was shown to be 3x more effective than standard probiotics. 8 out of 10 customers recommend it.

How to take it

Take one capsule each day at least 15 minutes before or after any hot drinks.

Probiotics are very sensitive to heat and warm air, so only add a few capsules to your Pill Tin if necessary (do not empty all your pouch into your pill tin).

Re-seal your Gut Works® pouch securely each day. Keep your pouch away from any warm air or moisture, including steam from a kettle or in a bathroom. If at all uncertain, you can store your Gut Works® in your fridge if it is frost-free.
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How it works

Gut Works® is our advanced pre & probiotic containing 50 billion gut friendly bacteria (CFU) that are clinically proven to provide daily support for your digestion, gut and immune health, and your body's whole wellbeing. 

Gut Works relieves IBS, bloating, excessive wind and gas, constipation, diarrhoea, stomach cramps and aches, acid reflux and fatigue, while fuelling your brain, mental health, energy and immune health. 82% of users enjoy relief from symptoms and feel better when taking Gut Works - read the research about the difference Gut Works makes to peoples lives and here we explain how Gut Works® works.

Inulin: Inulin is a gut-friendly fibre found in food that helps gut friendly bacteria grow. It is known as a 'prebiotic' that feeds 'probiotics' which are the good bacteria that overcome unwanted organisms, bad bacteria, yeast and parasites. Inulin is found in a wide range fruits and vegetables including onions, wheat, bananas, leeks, artichokes and asparagus. Think of prebiotics as a fertiliser for probiotics in your gut.

Acidophilus: Acidophilus is a naturally occurring bacteria in the human gut and other parts of the body, helping your digestive system break down sugars, such as lactose, into lactic acid.

Rhamnosus: Rhamnosus is a good bacteria that exists naturally in your body, primarily in the intestines, helping prevent growth of harmful bacteria in your stomach.

Bifidobacterium & Casei: 'The Bif' and Casei are good bacteria that live in your intestines and help your gut break down food and absorb nutrients.

Streptococcus: These are friendly bacteria living in our digestive, urinary and genital systems.

Psyllium Husk: Psyllium Husk (Plantago ovata) contributes to intestinal tract function, helping maintain a healthy bowel and facilitating intestinal transit.
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How long it takes to work

Allow 2-4 weeks for your body to adapt to Gut Works® and enjoy relief from symptoms.

Research shows 53% of customers begin to enjoy relief from symptoms within 2 weeks of taking Gut Works® daily, and 88% of customers enjoy relief from symptoms within 4 weeks. Take one capsule daily, at least 15 minutes before or after a hot drink or food. While not essential, if you're able to, take your Gut Works® each day on an empty stomach. Read the latest research into gut health, IBS and the effectiveness of Gut Works.

The time it takes for Gut Works® to relieve symptoms will depend on the nature of existing symptoms, weight, diet, hormones, exercise, lifestyle, any existing medical conditions and other factors. Our nutritionists are always on hand to help and provide advice (100% free), so if you have any questions just email us at team@drvegan.com.
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How Gut Works® supports your brain

Our gut is known as our 'second brain' and our gut and brain are connected by the 'vagus nerve' and hormones which is known as the 'Gut-brain axis'. The emotional and cognitive centres of your brain are connected with your gut microbiome and gastro-intestinal function. Clinical research shows the health of our gut bacteria is vital to this connection and in turn our mood, mental health, our ability to overcome and manage anxiety, our ability to concentrate and focus, and much more. Learn more in 'Why your gut is your second brain'.
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