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Biofilms: what they are and how we can break them down

Biofilms: what they are and how we can break them down

Date: 2017-08-10
Author: Claire Georgiou
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Biofilms are formations that occur when a group of microorganisms such as bacteria, fungi, parasites and viruses attach themselves to a surface and create a colony.1 Biofilms can…


Echinacea helps cold and flu in pregnancy

Echinacea helps cold and flu in pregnancy

Date: 2017-07-19
Author: Claire Georgiou
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When you’re expecting, the part of your immune system which protects against viruses and bacteria runs at a lower intensity than usual. Due to this, expectant mothers are…


Glutathione, what is it?

Glutathione, what is it?

Date: 2017-06-23
Author: Belinda Fay
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Glutathione is a small protein molecule made up of three amino acids: cysteine, glutamate and glycine. Naturally produced in the body, glutathione is present in virtually every cell…


Choline, an essential nutrient

Choline, an essential nutrient

Date: 2017-05-26
Author: Belinda Fay
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Choline is an essential nutrient that has similarities to the B vitamins. Although the human body makes some choline, choline needs to be obtained through the diet to…


Arginine and its effects on viral replication

Arginine and its effects on viral replication

Date: 2017-04-13
Author: Belinda Fay
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A single virus particle (virion) cannot replicate or express genetic material (DNA, RNA) without a host cell. Viral infection and virus replication involves six steps:1 attachment: virus binds…


The thyroid gland – small but mighty

The thyroid gland – small but mighty

Date: 2017-03-15
Author: Alinda Coleman
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The thyroid gland is one of the unsung powerhouses of the body – its crucial roles involve controlling our metabolic rate, body temperature, energy levels, and growth and…


Managing children’s behaviour naturally

Managing children’s behaviour naturally

Date: 2017-02-17
Author: Melissa Peterson, freelance writer
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Tantrums and meltdowns are all very normal for a young growing child. However, when meltdowns turn into aggression, or tantrums happen daily, then nutritional and herbal support together…


Antioxidants and the liver

Antioxidants and the liver

Date: 2017-02-02
Author: Corinne Bett BHSc Nat, Dip RM, Cert IV Nursing
Access: Public


Antioxidants are well known for their health benefits. Often derived from plants, they come in the form of phytochemicals that protect the plant from external damage in their…


How your gut can affect your mood

How your gut can affect your mood

Date: 2017-01-19
Author: Amy Jordan, BSc(Hons)HumNut
Access: Public


When you learned about the human body in school, you were probably told that the brain controls everything in the body. What we now know, is that the…


Surviving the silly season (yes, it’s possible!)

Surviving the silly season (yes, it’s possible!)

Date: 2016-12-13
Author: Amy Jordan, BSc(Hons)HumNut
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It’s that time of year again! Parties and mince pies, roast turkey and your nan’s delicious Christmas pudding, gingerbread and candy canes. With all the delicious treats and…


Why detox may help support your healthy body

Why detox may help support your healthy body

Date: 2016-11-25
Author: Amy Jordan, BSc(Hons)HumNut
Access: Public


Detoxing - we’ve all heard of it, we’re all told we should be doing it, but what actually IS it? And how do we go about detoxing anyway?


All about methylation and what you can do to keep yours healthy

All about methylation and what you can do to keep yours healthy

Date: 2016-11-15
Author: Georgia Marrion, BHSc(Comp med) AdvDipHSc(Nat) MHumNut
Access: Public


Have you been hearing a-lot about methylation lately, and wondering what it’s all about? Methylation is a biochemical process which is involved in a wide range of bodily…


Vitamin D and its ‘helper’ nutrients

Vitamin D and its ‘helper’ nutrients

Date: 2016-10-28
Author: by Amy Jordan, BSc (Hons) HumNut
Access: Public


Most of us have heard of vitamin D, but did you know that it needs other vitamins and minerals to do its job properly in the body? Read…


Perilla: the allergy super-herb

Perilla: the allergy super-herb

Date: 2016-10-13
Author: Bonnie Bayley
Access: Public


If you struggle with allergy symptoms like a stuffy, runny nose, sneezing, irritable eyes or an itchy throat, you’re not alone - around one in five people in…


Why to choose ferrous bisglycinate for iron supplementation

Why to choose ferrous bisglycinate for iron supplementation

Date: 2016-09-27
Author: Georgia Marrion, BHSc(Comp med) AdvDipHSc(Nat) MHumNut
Access: Public


Iron is the most common type of nutritional deficiency in the world,1 and one in eight Australians are not consuming enough.2 But what does this important mineral do,…


Maximise your mitochondria

Maximise your mitochondria

Date: 2016-09-09
Author: Bonnie Bayley
Access: Public


From your beating heart, to your breathing, right down to the complex signals within your cells. It takes a lot of energy to keep the numerous biological processes…


Are good probiotics a catalyst to better gut health?

Are good probiotics a catalyst to better gut health?

Date: 2016-08-30
Author: BioCeuticals - Editor
Access: Public


Probiotic supplements may benefit digestive health, the immune system, inflammatory conditions, skin, joints and more... Did you know that more than 90% of your body’s cells are live…


Unique applications of probiotics in urogenital health

Unique applications of probiotics in urogenital health

Date: 2016-08-24
Author: Corinne Bett, BHSc Nat Dip RM Cert IV Nursing
Access: Public


Did you know that just like our gut, which is populated by beneficial bacteria, so too the urogenital tract of women contains valuable microbiota?1


The missing link between stress and weight gain

The missing link between stress and weight gain

Date: 2016-08-12
Author: Amy Jordan, BSc Human Nutrition
Access: Public


Most people know that stress may lead to weight gain. What isn’t as well known is the physiological mechanism which occurs when we are stressed, that may lead…


Ubiquinol may improve mitochondrial function

Ubiquinol may improve mitochondrial function

Date: 2016-08-10
Author: BioCeuticals - Editor
Access: Practitioner Only


Ubiquinol may improve function in people with mitochondrial reduced function, according to a new Dutch study.1






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