Digestive health

Our digestive system is home to around 1,000 different species of bacteria. While some of these are ‘bad’ bugs, out to cause trouble, most of our resident bacteria are actually beneficial, providing us with essential nutrients and compounds that our body can’t produce.

In a healthy gut, our friendly bacteria work hard to help us convert the foods we eat into fuel for our bodies and brains. Our gut flora also helps keep our immune system strong, regulates our metabolism, and processes nutrients essential to our wellbeing.

Usually, friendly bacteria keeps bad gut bacteria in check. But poor diet, stress, and some medications can cause our gut microbiota to become unbalanced. This can result in digestive problems such as constipation, bloating, diarrhoea, and irritable bowel syndrome.

Keeping a diverse and healthy gut microbiota not only promotes good digestive health but researchers are regularly uncovering more ways that our gut health impacts our overall well being – including disease resistance and mental health.

The Nu-Lax Difference

Nu-Lax understands that good gut health is essential for a long, happy and healthy life. That’s why our products use naturally-derived ingredients proven to support gut health.

Most Australians don’t get enough fibre and prebiotics from our diet[1]. Nu-Lax blends fruits with prebiotic fibres and antioxidants that help to nourish a diverse population of friendly bacteria in your digestive system.

The Nu-Lax Laxative range of effective combinations of the traditional medicinal herb Senna, plus the goodness of gut-friendly fruits like figs and dates, has been helping Australian families stay regular for generations.

Available in a variety of convenient solutions including fruit blocks, powder sachets, bars and tablets, our range offers a variety of great tasting products designed to help you get the most out of each day.

Experience the Nu-Lax difference!

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