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C-Reactive Protein (CRP) and fatigue, is there a link?
Systemic, chronic or low-grade inflammation, in the absence of infection, may be involved in the development of idiopathic fatigue.1
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Nutrient support for Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue sufferers
Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome are highly debilitating conditions with variable combinations of persistent, widespread muscular...
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Unexplained fatigue – could it be mitochondrial dysfunction?
Case Study: Debilitating and unexplained fatigue can have many causes. It is a symptom that frequently presents itself in clinic and can ...
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The Anion Gap
The functional testing of the anion gap is a useful clinical tool to assess acid-base problems. The anion gap is measured by calculating t...
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Are vegetables providing all our Vitamin K requirements
Adequate digestive function is essential for vitamin k absorption, and in the fast paced race that we live in, this seems to be a problem ...
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The Missing Link to Neuronal Connections
The human nervous system is a complex and delicate network comprised of billions of cells communicating through biochemical interactions.
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Therapeutic Activities of Curcumin in Bowel Cancer
1 in 12 Australians will be diagnosed with bowel cancer by the time they turn 85 years old; bowel cancer is the second largest cause of ca...
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Globesity: Diet and Exercise?
Is food/diet and exercise enough to reduce the rapidly elevating trend towards obesity in adults and children?...
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Luteolin in Diabetes
With all the recent attention on cancer, it’s easy to look over some of the other uses of powerful “anti-carcinogenic” phytochemicals like...
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Bacopa Monnieri and Your Brain: The Role of the Nrf2 Pathway
Under stressful conditions, it is vital that cells protect themselves. One of the most important protective mechanisms involves the Nrf2 p...
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Pyridoxal-5’-Phosphate Insufficiency Linked with Chronic Inflammation and Alzheimer’s disease
A recent study published in the 2012 edition of The Journal of Nutrition further supports the hypothesis that inflammation is associated w...
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Plasma Nutrient Biomarkers Predict Cognitive Function, Brain Volume in the Elderly
Although nutritional status is typically assumed to affect many physiological processes and to relate to pathological changes in those proces...
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Where to Start With Migraine Patients – Focus on Kynurenic Acid
One of the hypotheses surrounding Migraines suggests that a wave of depolarisation sweeps over neurons and neuroglia, leaving these import...
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Festive-Food Overload and Acidity - New Year’s Resolution: Be More Alkaline
Sustaining life is dependent on many factors, but arguably the most important is maintaining a tightly controlled pH in all cells and thei...
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Vitamin B6 Insufficiency Linked with Chronic Inflammation
Cardiovascular disease, irritable bowel syndrome, rheumatoid arthritis and other inflammatory chronic diseases have been linked to low pla...
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