LQ Digestive Care

I was recently sent some LQ Digestive Care to review and given that the digestive system is essential to maintaining the body’s overall well-being, I thought why not. Especially as 70% of the body’s immune system dwells in the digestive tract, so if you have a sluggish digestive system that can’t digest, break down or absorb nutrients it may affect your energy, mood swings or your ability to fight illness.

The healthcare company is taking us one step closer with a new drinkable, super strength supplement with eleven active ingredients to help with daily digestive health. Available from Boots and the LQ Digestive Care £29.99 (10 bottles) has been so effective human trials and has had impressive results with IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome), Leaky Gut and other gastro/digestive conditions with some volunteers able to come off their long term medication.

Digestive related conditions can affect many people across a broad age spectrum with up to one in five people at some point in their life developing IBS and many developing Leaky Gut, and other gastro/digestive conditions.

Packaged in neat individual bottles, and designed to be taken as a daily ‘shot’, LQ Digestive Care uses a combination of scientifically researched ingredients which can help to maintain digestive health every day and each bottle contains only 18 calories.

Key actives to maintain digestive health include Liquid Marine Collagen, Fructo-oligosaccharides (prebiotics) –

Ginger, Aloe Vera, Bladderwrack seaweed, Artichoke, Bilberry, Hyaluronic Acid, Peppermint, Artichoke, Vitamin C, Anise and Stevia Natural sweetener. All these are contained in the 50ml bottles. 

While the taste wasn’t horrible, it did take a little getting used to. In terms of whether the product worked… I won’t go into detail but let’s just say it did. I felt less bloated on days that I drank LQ Digestive Health than on days that I didn’t. Some of the sensitivities I have to some foods also didn’t affect me as much. 

It’s worth trying if you want to improve your digestive health, so for more information visit:

Written by Tegan LeBon