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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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Male Fertility Case Study - Part 2
A couple are having problems conceiving a second child. Since they started trying for a second baby just over a year ago, they have had 3 ...
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Mucosal blocking of iron absorption at 30mg and 60mg
Iron absorption is a complex process, and this has a flow-on effect for the dosages we recommend in a clinical setting. One factor impact...
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Riboflavin deficiency causes anaemia, who is at risk?
Riboflavin deficiency is endemic in western countrie...
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Vitamin C: new applications for an old favourite
Vitamin C is a favourite in many clinic dispensaries for treating infections and supporting immune health. There is a body of research tha...
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CoQ10 Under the Spotlight
There is a plethora of research on Coenzyme Q10, the form and the dose, the time frame in which optimal serum levels are reache...
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Cofactors crucial to erythropoiesis
Most of us know that Iron, along with
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Melissa officinalis eases PMS in high school girls
Teenage girls are stereotypically moody, angry and t...
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Vitamin B2 and steroid hormone production
Riboflavin, vitamin B2, is necessary to support hormone production and normal, ...
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SAMe – concentration is crucial
The role of S-adenosylmethionine (SAMe) is well known and recognised as essential for normal...
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