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1957 was the year Elvis purchased Graceland, average house prices were around $12,000 and it was the also the year Palmitoyle...
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Nutritional solutions to address pain and sleep in osteoarthritis
There are over 2.2 million people suffering from osteoarthritis in Australia. Approximately 3.1 million people have one or more prescripti...
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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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Sleep. Your New Year’s Resolution
Insufficient sleep is directly associated with obesity so before you commit to a new gym membership or the latest detox to start off your ...
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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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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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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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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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Quercetin: the new nutritional weapon against microbes
Quercetin is a well-known antioxidant and anti-inflammatory and new research is highlighting its multiple benefits for digestive health.
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Quercetin and curcumin work with Vitamin D to improve VDR function
A potent combination for activating Vitamin D Receptors (VDRs) to invoke their anti-inflammatory actions in the gut and promote gut healin...
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