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Symprove Ltd’s three new studies highlight its ability to suppress the growth of pathogenic bacteria and promote a healthier gut environment

9th October 2017 | Press Releases

Symprove has demonstrated, with three breakthrough studies, that their formula has the unique ability to have an antagonistic effect on pathogenic bacteria such as C. difficile, Escherichia coli (AIEC), Shigella sonnei and MRSA.

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Live liquid bacteria improves symptoms in patients with diverticular disease

24th May 2016 | Press Releases

Results of new study indicate first ever success to manage symptoms of a disease that costs the NHS in the UK £3 billion per annum.

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The importance of proving probiotic quality

9th February 2016 | Media Coverage

Dr Ingvar Bjarnason spoke at Probiota last week in Amsterdam to highlight the importance of proving probiotic quality: RCTs the only way for probiotic acceptance, says leading professor By Will Chu, 09-Feb-2016

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Symprove has been recommended by Dr Martin Scurr

1st December 2015 | Media Coverage

Symprove has been recommended by Dr Martin Scurr in his weekly ‘Ask The Doctor’ Column in the Daily Mail, in response to a reader’s query on diverticular disease. Dr Scurr speculates that the readers’ digestive issues may be due to an alteration in the micro biome following antibiotics.

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Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Do YOU know the signs and symptoms?

16th October 2015 | Media Coverage

Express online 16th October 2015 ‘Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Do YOU know the signs and symptoms? There has been a breakthrough, however. Symprove – a water-based multi-strain supplement that contains 4 unique strains of live activated bacteria – has been shown to help sufferers.’

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New multi-strain probiotic drink effective against IBS and IBD

11th October 2015 | Media Coverage

Total Health website, 11th October 2015 ‘New multi-strain probiotic drink effective against IBS and IBD’ by Professor Ingvar Bjarnason, Consultant Physician and Gastroenterologist, King’s College Hospital.

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Symprove™, a unique multi-strain live liquid bacteria could end the daily misery for thousands of ulcerative colitis sufferers

16th September 2015 | Press Releases

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A probiotic can improve the mix of bacteria

15th September 2015 | Media Coverage

Daily Mail 15th Sept 15: Dr Martin Scurr writes ‘A probiotic can improve the mix of bacteria – I’d try Symprove, available without prescription. I would also recommend Professor Tim Spector’s book The Diet Myth; it includes some worthwhile ideas about improving your microbiome’

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NEW research shows a daily probiotic helps improve symptoms

26th May 2015 | Media Coverage

Express: ‘NEW research shows a daily probiotic helps improve symptoms of a condition (ulcerative colitis) that affects 146,000 UK sufferers, says our writer. Click here to read the full article…..http://www.express.co.uk/life-style/health/579952/Barley-alleviate-colitis-symptoms

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Scientific Media Release

26th May 2015 | Press Releases

Live liquid bacteria reduces intestinal inflammation in ulcerative colitis

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People with ulcerative colitis may benefit from taking the live, multi-strain probiotic drink, Symprove

17th May 2015 | Media Coverage

Washington DC: People with ulcerative colitis may benefit from taking the live, multi-strain probiotic drink, Symprove, to reduce intestinal inflammation, according to the results of a new study presented today at Digestive Disease Week 2015

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Symprove on This Morning TV

19th October 2014 | Media Coverage

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The only product to pass all three tests was Symprove

12th September 2014 | Media Coverage

The only product to pass all three tests was Symprove, a water-based barley drink. Past studies have suggested probiotics could help with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) as well as coughs and colds in children and high blood pressure

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Many 'healthy' yoghurts are likely to be useless

12th September 2014 | Media Coverage

Six in 10 British households buy probiotics regularly. Many 'healthy' yoghurts are likely to be useless, as the 'good bacteria' they contain are destroyed in the stomach, according to a study

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‘I wouldn’t buy them’ Scientists blast ‘waste of money’ probiotics that do NOTHING

12th September 2014 | Media Coverage

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Probiotic drinks ‘don’t do any good’

12th September 2014 | Media Coverage

Daily Mail: Probiotic drinks ‘don’t do any good’: Study finds ‘good’ bacteria in many products does not even reach the small intestine.

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