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A complimentary combination
Long-term low FODMAPs diets commonly used in irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) treatment are...
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Oligoantigenic Diet Reduces Impulsivity and Hyperactivity in ADHD Children
Dietary change is so powerful when treating behavioural disorders in children. The Oligoantigenic Diet (OD), also called the “Few Foods Di...
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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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