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Sarcopenia: not just a concern for older Australians
Sarcopenia is defined as a progressive skeletal muscle disorder characterised by low muscle strength and low muscle quantity and/or qualit...
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Osteosarcopenic obesity: the next generation
Muscle loss due to prolonged bed rest is inevitable. Most muscle losses occur rapidly in the first few days and weeks of physical inactivi...
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The Gut-Heart Connection: Healing Your Heart Through Your Gut
Studies have suggested that the key to a healthy heart might lay within your gut. The connection betwee...
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The changing face of natural medicine practice – a view from the frontline
As the latest health crisis continues to impact us all, practitioners are having to adjust, not only to dramatic changes in their own live...
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Are patients with comorbidities at a higher risk for respiratory infections?
Specific comorbidities have been observed in many of the most severe cases, including the fatalities due to pneumonia. These are hypertens...
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PEA: China sourced or Italian? Food grade or pharmaceutical grade – what’s the difference?
It’s easy to be wooed by marketing claims and even sometimes emotional marketing campaigns appealing to our core values as practitioners. ...
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Novel Nutrients for Chronic Pain
Australians are living with chronic pain at record levels, with more than 3.24 million people in pain at the last count.1 It is...
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Attention Practitioners: It’s more than just the Curcuminoids
Before you turn the page, thinking this is just another article on turmeric, we ask you to keep reading for just a moment because we have ...
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Turmeric for comorbid pain and depression
Curcuminoids can reduce the comorbidity of pain and depression with researchers highlighting the importance of bioavailability to improve ...
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Are you really using turmeric in your clinic?
Turmeric has been traditionally used for nearly 4000 years in the Ayurvedic health care system. In India it was and still...
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Eye See PEA
1957 was the year Elvis purchased Graceland, average house prices were around $12,000 and it was the also the year Palmitoyle...
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Nutritional solutions to address pain and sleep in osteoarthritis
There are over 2.2 million people suffering from osteoarthritis in Australia. Approximately 3.1 million people have one or more prescripti...
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New spotlight on opioid use opens new opportunity for natural therapies
The use and misuse of legal opioid medications in Australia is reaching crisis point with United Nations statistics revealing that Austral...
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Sleep. Your New Year’s Resolution
Insufficient sleep is directly associated with obesity so before you commit to a new gym membership or the latest detox to start off your ...
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