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Colon Hydrotherapy Supplements

Confused by the different vitamins, minerals and supplements on the market? Which should you take, if any at all? In conjunction with Lamberts we have put together the ones worth considering into four clear categories, so you can decide for yourself.

Lamberts® philosophy of healthcare is all about ‘sound’ science - we only develop products that are at the right potency and supported by a valid scientific rationale.

Established in 1982, Lamberts® is the UK’s leading supplier of specialist dietary supplements to Practitioners and Pharmacists who use nutrition and herbs in healthcare. We offer an extensive product range including vitamins, minerals, herbs, multiple formulas, fish oil and glucosamine as well as more specialised products such as VeinTain and Refreshall.

All Lamberts® products are manufactured in the UK to stringent pharmaceutical standards of Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) and approved by the UK Department of Health, so you can be assured that all our products are of the highest pharmaceutical standard.
And our products are not just confined to the UK; we despatch to practitioners in over 39 countries around the world and have several distributors working overseas, predominantly in mainland Europe including Spain, Greece and the Netherlands.

So if you have been recommended to take Lamberts® products, then you can rest assured that you will be taking quality products endorsed by professionals in healthcare.

Herbal teas

Many herbal teas are said to aid digestion and help alleviate gut problems. Peppermint is thought to help digestion after a meal, prevent bloating and heartburn. Ginger tea may soothe upset stomachs and prevent nausea. Fennel and chamomile teas reportedly help with symptoms or irritable bowel syndrome, which is strongly associated with stress.

Water

Much of our daily water consumption is needed for digestion and the elimination of waste products from the body. Drinking at least 1.5 litres (6-8 glasses) a day helps to prevent dehydration, which can cause constipation and other health problems such as indigestion, bloating and headaches. You should drink little and often, as a large amount in one go will not be absorbed as efficiently, so always carry a small bottle with you.
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