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Sarcopenia, the loss of muscle mass and function, is well recognised as a normal part of ageing and as part of chronic conditions such as ...
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The perfect marriage does exist: Vitamin D complements HMB
Is there anything that vitamin D cannot do? New research has found that vitamin D is the perfect match for β-hydroxy β-methylbutyrate (HMB...
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Lara Briden talks all things perimenopause and menopause - Industry Insider
Respected naturopathic doctor and women’s health activist Lara Briden joins Katey Weekes, Bio Concepts Clinical Support consultant and wom...
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Probiotic strains may provide food allergy protection
A probiotic blend may be able to prevent sensitisation and allergy to cow’s milk by changing an individual's gut bacteria, a study has sugges...
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Gut Feelings and The Gut-Brain Axis
For the past few years, the topics of mental health, emotional health and psychological wellbeing have received some much-needed attention...
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Bacteria overgrowth linked to micronutrient malabsorption in children
Uncontrolled bacterial growth in the small intestine could be damaging the guts of young children, leading to stunting and other condition...
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Probiotic mix plays decisive role in metabolic disease onset, study suggests
A probiotic mixture may inhibit gut and tissue inflammation – the hallmarks observed in the onset of obesity and type 2 diabetes, according t...
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Curcumin supplement reduces muscle damage post-exercise: Human data
A daily 400 mg dose of curcumin as the the commercial Longvida (Verdure Sciences) product for two days before exercise designed to induce mus...
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Vitamin E deficiency could damage brain
Scientists have discovered how a lack of vitamin E could cause damage to the brain - by disrupting the supply of nutrients to the brain th...
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Does a 'Western diet' increase risk of Alzheimer's disease?
Recent research has established associations between certain environmental factors, including eating a western diet and being sedentary, w...
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Everyday mindfulness linked to healthy glucose levels
Dispositional, or "everyday" mindfulness is the inherent trait of being aware of one's present thoughts and feelings....
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Lipid-based diets effectively combat Alzheimer's disease in mouse model
Researchers have devised several lipid-based diets aimed at slowing down progression and relieving symptoms of Alzheimer's disease....
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Omega-3 supplements in pregnancy reduces baby's anaemia risk, study finds
Taking omega-3 supplements while pregnant may help prevent or reduce the risk of anaemia in newborns, a study has concluded....
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White House calls for microbiome science support
Industry stakeholders have expressed their support and excitement at a recent White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) nati...
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Peripheral Neuropathy In Cancer Patients Linked to Vitamin D
The severity of peripheral neuropathy is associated with lower vitamin D levels among patients with multiple myeloma who have been treated wi...
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