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Melissa officinalis eases PMS in high school girls
Teenage girls are stereotypically moody, angry and t...
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Vitamin B2 and steroid hormone production
Riboflavin, vitamin B2, is necessary to support hormone production and normal, ...
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First Research of its kind on vitamin K1
2013 research now confirms for the first time that Vitamin K1 improves inflammatory and metabolic related to insulin resistance and diabet...
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The First to Bring Coenzyme Q10 to Australian Practitioners
In the 1990’s Henry Osiecki first introduced a little known nutrient to the Australian Clinicians Market – Co Enzyme Q10 (CoQ10). Henry, once...
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Quercetin: Upper Respiratory Tract Infections in Middle Age and Older
Quercetin is one of the most abundant flavonoids in nature and has been recognised by researchers for over 35 years for its broad therapeu...
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How is Magnolia Working on My Insomnia Patient?
Researchers report that one of the phytochemicals in the herb Magnolia officinalis – Magnolol – works through the GABA pathway to help imp...
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Helping Cancer Patients with Fatigue
Fatigue is a common symptom experienced by many sufferers of chronic diseases, including patients suffering from cancer. While treatment o...
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Green Tea and L-Theanine in Mild Cognitive Impairment
Ninety-one male and female participants aged between 40 and 75 years were enrolled in a research study recently published on the Journal o...
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Motivation! Dopamine you say, what about Histamine?
That’s right; a new research paper has extensively studied the relationship between brain histamine and motivation behaviours. While it is we...
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Is There a Link Between Depression and Inflammation?
Clinical depression has a major impact on individuals and society and often presents Clinicians with a significant challenge. Clinical dep...
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The Detoxifying Effect of Fish Oils
Whether your client is a smoker, a truck driver or a general suburban inhabitant, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons are probably around. We...
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Avoid Dysbiosis this Christmas
For some time, a high-fat diet has been known to disrupt intestinal microbiota. In a study awaiting publication, a team of researchers hav...
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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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