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About ProfBiotics

The ethos of ProfBiotics is to promote a healthy diet and provide an evidence base for when supplements might be required. Our medical adviser is Professor Martyn Caplin BSc (HONS), DM, FRCP, an experienced and respected gastroenterologist at both the Royal Free Hospital  and at the  Wellington Hospital  in London. 

Prof. Caplin is a world authority on rare forms of gastrointestinal conditions, leading research and publishing over 100 scientific/medical papers and presenting both nationally and internationally at medical meetings.

In the course of his work, Professor Caplin realised that many of his patients were taking supplements without any evidence or rationale. He reviewed the evidence for the benefits of diet and nutritional compounds and his work has been published in a number of medical journals. ProfBiotics was formed to enable access to this information as well as promoting specific dietary plans. Subsequently the company attracted health-minded investors which led to the ProfBiotics range of vitamin and dietary food supplements being developed in order to support specific organs which might reduce the risk of health conditions arising. 

Tara Whyand M.Sc, B,Sc, is the ProfBiotics Nutrition Advisor. She has recently co-authored a number of papers on diet, supplements and probiotics in gastrointestinal disorders. Tara is currently undertaking research using the Low FODMAP diet.

Tara regularly presents at both national and international medical meetings and is a regular contributor to Complete Nutrition magazine with a keen interest in the area of nutraceuticals and probiotics.

For more information please contact us at info@profbiotics.com

For postal enquiries please write to ProfBiotics Ltd, Ground Floor, 2 Harley Street, Londom W1G 9PA

Registered office: Maple House, Rookery Road, Monewden, Suffolk, IP13 7DD