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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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Turmeric – is it all as it seems?
Turmeric has been promoted up the ranks in the world of spices in recent years, from just one of the ingredients in curry powder to taking...
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New spotlight on opioid use opens new opportunity for natural therapies
The use and misuse of legal opioid medications in Australia is reaching crisis point with United Nations statistics revealing that Austral...
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You say vacation, I say staycation...
When deciding your holiday schedule for the year, take into account which option is best for your health, not just your work commitments. ...
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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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PEA - Fad or Fact?
One of the current industry buzzwords is PEA, with its clinical applications in several different types of pain incl...
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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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Marshmallow for the burning heart
Have you thought about the marshmallow plant being good for your heart? Recent studies have demonstrated that plants from the Malvaceae...
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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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Bacteria eat gut lining in the absence of dietary fibre: research
Diets low in fibre are commonly used with patients to address digestive symptoms but, long term, this may be detrimental to the patient’s ...
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FOS, psyllium and lemon balm a potent combination to calm IBS related anxiety
The psychological burden associated with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is high, with estimates that up to 60 percent of sufferers experie...
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FOS and psyllium improve anxiety in IBS patients
Up to 60 per cent of patients with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) have co-morbid mental ...
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