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Are you getting the most out of HMB?
Sarcopenia, the loss of muscle mass and function, is well recognised as a normal part of ageing and as part of chronic conditions such as ...
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The perfect marriage does exist: Vitamin D complements HMB
Is there anything that vitamin D cannot do? New research has found that vitamin D is the perfect match for β-hydroxy β-methylbutyrate (HMB...
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Lara Briden talks all things perimenopause and menopause - Industry Insider
Respected naturopathic doctor and women’s health activist Lara Briden joins Katey Weekes, Bio Concepts Clinical Support consultant and wom...
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Sarcopenia Clinical Applications Chart
Our new Sarcopenia Chart provides a detailed explanation of the condition, its prevalence, its main symptoms and pathophysiology. It also ...
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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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Herbal hero's giving first-line drugs a run for their money
The research is in. We have comparable mood-regulating herbal options to select from that may also be suitable and beneficial alongside co...
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Sarcopenia – under-recognised & poorly treated - Industry Insider
In this Industry Insider, join Dr Michael Osiecki to hear how he is following in his father’s pioneering footsteps by shining the light on...
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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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Effects of stress on intestinal permeability: an update of the current health crisis.
In this case, we observe the importance of supporting gastrointestinal health as a key aspect for addressing intestinal permeability assoc...
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Acid load and bone loss - supplemental citrates more alkalising than carbonates
Mild metabolic acidosis is extremely common for patients following a traditional western style diet, particularly when ag...
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Why sodium bicarbonate is NO big deal: A referenced perspective
A recent systematic review on the impact of sodium bicarbonate consumption and human health identified no evidence of harmful effe...
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Back to Basics - the Chemistry Behind Buffering - Industry Insider
In this Industry Insider Live, we invite you to an interactive classroom to revisit the chemistry behind the body’s main buffering system,...
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PRAL Acid Alkaline Chart
How alkaline is your food? Thanks to the Potential Renal Acid Load (PRAL) calculation, we now know which are the acid-forming or base-form...
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The Importance of Calcium and Acid-Base Homeostasis in Bone Health
Parathyroid (PTH) hormone regulates calcium homeostasis as part of a tightly controlled system. PTH plays an important role in mobilising ...
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