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A satisfying fast

Stay healthy by staying in control during Ramadhan.

Probiotics and the gut

Probiotics are known to support gut health. Let's look at the use of probiotics supplements in a hospital setting.

Gut or brain – who’s the boss?

Why does our tummy growl when we think of food or have ‘butterflies’ when we are nervous, whereas an upset tummy causes anxiousness or a bloated tummy brings your mood down? There is a link between the gut and the brain, known as the gut-brain axis.

Champion of digestive care turns 40

VITAGEN, the cultured milk drink, has been on the shelves for four decades, which means that most Malaysians practically grew up drinking it.

Matters of the gut

Teaching your children good eating habits will definitely benefit them in the long run.

A gassy affair

Passing gas in public is not only impolite, but may also be a sign that not all is well with your digestive system.

Probiotics to the fore

The health benefits of probiotics were known thousands of years ago in countries of the Middle East where fermented milk was consumed for digestive upsets. Eli Metchnikoff, the 1908 Nobel Prize winner for his work on the immune system, suggested that people should consume sour milk to slow down the process of ageing.

Travel healthy!

Learn how to prevent digestive problems while travelling.

Bleeding guts

There are many possible causes of gastrointestinal bleeding, and it is vital that you have it diagnosed and treated promptly.

Have you eaten?

Good gut health is a crucial part of overall health and well-being. If digestive problems persist, and recur frequently, or occur for no discernible reason, then they should be treated as an indicator of a more serious problem.