• WELCOME TO THE LOVE YOUR TUMMY INFORMATION PLATFORM

    Love Your Tummy information platform, edited by the World Gastroenterology Organisation (WGO), aims to help you learn more about your digestive health via tips, educational content infographics and topics under the spotlights.

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  • For its 2016 World Digestive Health Day annual campaign, the World Gastroenterology Organisation (WGO) is highlighting the link between diet and gut. Discover the role of intestinal microbiota and its influence on your digestive and overall health.

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  • SPOTLIGHT ON:
    GUT AND BRAIN CONNECTION

    Who hasn’t felt a knot in their stomach in the days and hours before a major event? Or had butterflies in it when falling in love? A number of everyday expressions concerning our state of mind include the word “stomach”. These expressions illustrate the importance of the interactions between the brain and the gut. Due to its numerous nerve connections, the digestive system communicates closely with the brain, affecting our physical and mental wellbeing…

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YOU AND YOUR TUMMY

The Digestive System

From the plate to your intestines:
how food is digested by your body.

The Gut Microbiota

The ecological community
of bacteria living in your gut.

Diet and Wellbeing

Food, the ally that helps your
digestive system to work properly.

SPOTLIGHT ON

Each month a special theme under the spotlights. From the immune system, to mindful eating, to digestive troubles, you will have all the information you need to better manage your digestive health and overall wellbeing.

Gut and brain connection

Who hasn’t felt a knot in their stomach in the days and hours before a major event? Or had butterflies in it when falling in love? A number of everyday expressions concerning our state of mind include the word “stomach”. These expressions illustrate the importance of the interactions between the brain and the gut. Due to its numerous nerve connections, the digestive system communicates closely with the brain, affecting our physical and mental wellbeing...

Seasonal digestive troubles

The summer season, a time to relax, to escape and to focus on overall wellbeing, is not always a good time for the health of intestinal flora. Many people suffer from digestive discomfort and intestinal disorders during their holiday-break and even after when they come back.

TUMMY TIPS

It is good to know that most people can help their tummy troubles by making a few simple changes to what they eat, how they eat, how they relax and what kind of exercise they enjoy. ‘Love Your Tummy’ has developed a selection of top tips to to help improve digestive health and quality of life.

ARE YOU ONE OF THE

80% OF WOMEN

WHO SUFFER

DIGESTIVE DISCOMFORT?

TUMMY TYPES

Are you one of the 80% of women who suffer digestive discomfort?
Take the test to discover what is your tummy type and learn how to manage it.

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