Understanding Australia’s fastest growing chronic condition

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What is insulin resistance and how does it contribute to the onset and development of Type 2 Diabetes, Australia’s fastest growing chronic condition? What are the risk factors for diabetes and what can you do to avoid developing it? Do you experience and of…

All about Allergy and Reactivity

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Does your dog send you into a sneezing frenzy? Do certain foods leave you bloated and headachy? Or do pollens and certain grasses leave your skin desperately itchy? Or is there something you are reacting to by you can’t pinpoint it? Allergen Avoidance is…

What Are The Symptoms Of Pyrrole Disorder or Pyroluria?

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What is Pyroluria or Pyrrole Disorder? What are the symptoms and how can it be treated? In this blog post we aim to highlight some of the most common symptoms that people experience, how to establish whether pyroluria is the issue and how we…

Hot Flushes?

One of the most common and troublesome symptoms of menopause is hot flushes. The drop in oestrogen is a significant catalyst, however it is not the only cause, as symptomatic and asymptomatic women have both been found to have similar levels of circulating oestrogen,…

Your Thyroid Has The Most Important Job

The thyroid has just one job, however, it is one of the most important jobs for the body to function properly. The thyroid makes hormones that regulate the energy level, metabolism, growth, and reproduction of every cell of your body. That means your brain,…

Mens Health

Only 1 in 5 Australian men rate their health as excellent – and it’s time to change that statistic. Men have a shorter life expectancy than women – living to age 79 compared to 82 years for women – and a higher lifetime risk…

Triggers that can impact hormone activity

The latest science reveals female hormone activity is impacted by a number of processes, molecules and systems. As well as thyroid hormones, insulin, androgens (e.g. testosterone) and cortisol which all have the capacity to positively or negatively influence female reproductive health, the below are examples of…

Navigating your Hormonal Network

Ranging anywhere from mildly uncomfortable to severely debilitating, many women experience some form of hormonal based symptoms across their lifetime. In fact, 50-80% of reproductive-aged women experience premenstrual syndrome (PMS), and 75% of women report mild to severe symptoms as they transition into menopause….

What Are The Effects Of Unhealthy Eating On Kids Academic Performance?

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Many parents worry about the impact of their children not getting enough of the right foods in their diet and a newly-published Australian study has confirmed a long-held theory that eating foods with low nutritional value results in poor academic performance particularly in numeracy,…

What Are The Signs Of Iron Deficiency?

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Are you feeling exhausted and rundown? Are you finding it hard to fight off infections like colds? You may not be getting enough iron for your needs. Iron is an essential mineral that has a number of jobs in the body, including making healthy…