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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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Environmental chemicals affect foetal development - research
There are calls for public health authorities to intervene to reduce the use of phthalates, following research suggesting that maternal ex...
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Nigella sativa - a novel consideration for GIT disorders
What do you prescribe Nigella sativa for? Glycaemic control, as an anti-bacterial or perhaps as an anti-inflammatory? ...
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B vitamins reverse ill effects of pollution exposure
Supplementing with B vitamins for four weeks almost abolished the negative effects of exposure to ambient fine particle (PM2.5) pollution ...
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Up to one third of Rhodiola found to be adulterated
Alarmingly, up to one-third of Rhodiola rosea on the market has been tampered with and does not contain the correct active ingredie...
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Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG – are all “strains” the same?
As the saying goes oils ain’t oils, so it is for probiotic strains. We have learnt that we need to understand the genus, species and strain i...
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Who would have thought – Magnesium the key to Vitamin D status?
Do you have patients who seem resistant to Vitamin D supplementation? People whose serum levels do not increase despite high supplemental...
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Magnesium relieves depressive symptoms in two weeks - research
Moderate daily doses of elemental Magnesium have been found to improve depressive symptoms for people diagnosed with mild to moderate depr...
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Rhodiola reduces burnout symptoms – preliminary research results
Almost 90 per cent of people with symptoms of burnout improved after taking the herb, Rhodiola rosea for 12 weeks, with some symptoms impr...
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L. rhamnosus HN001 and B. longum BB536 – together regulate gut microbiota
The specific combination of Lactobacillus rhamnosus HN001 and Bifidobacterium longum BB536 has been shown in humans, to significantly impr...
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NAC could be the new, natural flu antidote
Preliminary research in lung cells infected with Influenza
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New insights into adaptogenic activity
As practitioners, we regularly see patients walk into our clinics with a common underlying presenting complaint. “I don’t have the...
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Which kava chemotype are you prescribing?
It is commonly accepted that synergistic interactions are of vital importance in phytomedicines, with the intricate combinations of various c...
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