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Facing bacterial resistance in the fight against acne vulgaris
We’re all well aware of the gut-brain connection, but a new pioneering link for those living with acne vulgaris is the gut-brain-skin co...
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Zinc carnosine and Saccharomyces boulardii: a recipe for maintaining gut health
After you have worked with a patient, often for months, and facilitated their return to good digestive health and function how do you main...
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Melissa, a balm for dyslipidaemia & hyperglycaemia
Have you ever used lemon balm as your go to herb for gut microbiota modulation and as a diabetes ameliorator? Over the past ...
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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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L-Carnitine benefits performance in elite male athletes
As practitioners, we know that L-Carnitine is critical for energy production, specifically transporting long c...
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Sleep Strategies for Children with ADHD and ASD - what works? 
How do you help struggling parents when bedtime for their children has become a battleground?  A good nights’ sleep is important for devel...
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Severe Fatigue Worsens Comorbidities in Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients
Severe fatigue is common in patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) even when the condition is stable and controlled. In fact, ...
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Amino acid provides surprising weight loss and anti-inflammatory benefits
Possibly the amino acid that evokes the most confusion amongst practitioners is L-histidine, with resulting caution or avoidance. But rese...
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DL-Phenylalanine and NAC – A novel partnership for pain and dependence
Pain and dependence are two major issues facing Australians – 20% live with chronic pain, costing the economy $34.5billion every year; and...
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Does poor nutritional status affect behaviour and social functioning in preschool children?
Early childhood is a crucial time when neurocognitive development and social skills are developed providing the basis for good health into...
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Gamma-aminobutyric acid – Is our second brain at work?
There has been some question as to whether supplemental Gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) actually crosses the blood-brain barrier to exert i...
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Nutrients improve depressive symptoms alone or in combination with medication
We have all had those patients who are taking conventional treatments for their depressive symptoms, with little or no effect. Interestin...
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Is Iron deficiency messing with your head?
We all know the importance of iron to our health – the best-known example is that red blood cells need Iron to make haemoglobin, and it’s ...
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Tips to help patients dealing with depression
Here are some simple tips to give to your patients who may be experiencing depression. Also consider signing up to www.thiswayupclinic.or...
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The sunny side of Vitamin D
About 840 million people worldwide suffer from depression and it is now a leading cause of disability and mortality worldwide. Depression...
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