Author Archives: Catherine Hogan

More than a gut feeling: exploring the gut-brain axis Can you recall a time you felt “butterflies” in your stomach? Or experienced stress about a situation which caused changes in your toilet habits? It turns out there is more to these sensations than mere coincidence – it is thanks to the fascinating relationship between our […]

Easter Celebrations Easter is early this year and the clocks change on Easter weekend as well, so we get the chance to enjoy the benefits of longer and lighter days while we are celebrating good friends and family. Taking a walk What better way to start the long weekend than with a walk. Dress for […]

Understanding Ovarian Cancer – Your Guide to this Awareness Month Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month in March presents an opportunity to shed light on ovarian cancer, educating about symptoms and striving to change the future for women diagnosed with this condition. Every year in the UK, over 7,000 women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer, and unfortunately […]

Celebrating International Women’s Day Friday 8 March 2024, marks International Women’s Day. On this day, it is important to acknowledge the advancements that women have made in various aspects of life, from education and politics to business and healthcare. This day serves as a reminder of the importance of supporting women’s rights across the globe. […]

What’s the fuss about fibre? I’m sure you’ve heard that fibre is good for you, especially whenever it comes to looking after your gut. But why is that and what foods contain it? Keep reading to have all your fibre-related questions answered! What is fibre? Fibre is an essential part of a varied and balanced […]

 Revitalise Your Resolutions: Navigating Fitness Goals and Gut Health As we approach the end of February, the initial motivation that comes with our New Year’s fitness goals may be starting to wear off. In fact, research shows that 43% of people expect to give up their New Year’s resolutions after just one month1. However, keeping […]

A Valentine’s Day – devoted to you and your gut Valentine’s Day – steeped in history from Roman fertility festivities to the romantic devotions of the Courtly Love era and today’s cards, chocolates and red roses – is fast upon us! This year, consider doing something different. You can still celebrate. In fact, we encourage […]

6 Tips for Top Gut Health this Christmas and New Year We all look forward to the Christmas and New Year celebrations; however, it can also be a stressful time. Be prepared this year with 6 Tips for top gut health this Christmas and New Year from Love Your Gut to prioritise your gut health […]

Christmas Recipes  We have officially entered “silly season”! The Christmas lights are glistening, the high street shops are filled with hustle and bustle, kitchens are being stocked with copious amounts of food and drinks, every radio station is playing Mariah Carey and the annual hunt for sellotape and wrapping paper begins. It’s time to take […]