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Product Condition: Women's Health



The following products may be useful for women's health.

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  • Why to choose ferrous bisglycinate for iron supplementation
    Publish Date: 2016-09-27
    Author: Georgia Marrion, BHSc(Comp med) AdvDipHSc(Nat) MHumNut

    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, and how can we ensure we are getting enough?

  • Unique applications of probiotics in urogenital health
    Publish Date: 2016-08-24
    Author: Corinne Bett, BHSc Nat Dip RM Cert IV Nursing

    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 thyroid gland – small but mighty
    Publish Date: 2017-03-15
    Author: Alinda Coleman

    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 development. If not enough thyroid hormone is produced by the thyroid gland, our metabolic rate and the systems of the body slow down – this is known as hypothyroidism or an underactive thyroid.1 At the opposite end of the spectrum, too much thyroid hormone can cause a speeding up of metabolic processes resulting in an overactive thyroid, also known as hyperthyroidism.1

  • Echinacea helps cold and flu in pregnancy
    Publish Date: 2017-07-19
    Author: Claire Georgiou

    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 often prone, more so than usual, to their fair share of colds and flus, coughs and sore throats.1,2

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