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Getting the best out of your vitamins and other medicines using a liposomal delivery system

Getting the best out of your vitamins and other medicines using a liposomal delivery system

July 8, 2020 | General, Vitamins
A liposomal delivery system is an advanced method of transporting substances into the body. Liposomes are both efficient and effective transporters due to their ability to be recognised by both water and lipids in the body making them ideal for the delivery of such things as vitamins, medicines, skin-care products and...
Common Nutritional concerns of Chinese Australians

Common Nutritional concerns of Chinese Australians

June 27, 2020 | Nutrition
Peoples from different ethnic backgrounds can experience particular nutritional deficiencies which may occur due to genetics, home relocation - resulting in changes to usual diet, cultural dietary restrictions or poor food choices.  Some nutrient deficiencies can be common to all Australians or be of particular concerns to Chinese residents. The typical Chinese...
Guttate Psoriasis

Guttate Psoriasis

June 24, 2020 | Skin Conditions, Immune
Guttate psoriasis is a form of psoriasis which occurs more often from an early age. It can appear suddenly and usually after an infection, most commonly group-A streptococcal infections of the tonsils. Children or adolescents are most usually affected. What is psoriasis Psoriasis is a chronic inflammatory disease which affects...
Gastric reflux

Gastric reflux

June 17, 2020 | Digestion
Heartburn, dyspepsia, indigestion or reflux, call it what you want – that uncomfortable feeling after eating indicates your digestive system is not happy. Reflux is medically referred to as Gastroesophageal reflux disease  or GERD. Symptoms can lead to changes in the oesophagus and be associated with other health disorders. Asthma, ear infections,...
Adenoid disorders

Adenoid disorders

June 10, 2020 | Infant and Children, Immune
The adenoids are diffuse masses of lymphatic tissue located on the nasal pharynx (high up on the throat behind the nose). In fact, the adenoid tissue is a tonsil. There are 3 pairs of tonsils in the human body - called the pharyngeal tonsils. What is commonly known as the tonsils...
Pericarditis. What it is and aiding recovery

Pericarditis. What it is and aiding recovery

June 3, 2020 | Heart, Immune
The pericardium is a two layered sac-like membrane which surrounds the heart. Pericarditis is inflammation of the pericardium. Inflammation causes swelling, irritation and pain, resembling a heart attack and may cause anxiety and fear in sufferers. Although pericarditis can be a symptom of heart attack, it is most often due to a viral...
Need an Energy Boost?

Need an Energy Boost?

May 27, 2020 | General, Immune, fatigue
There can be a number of reasons energy levels feel low and the ability to “get-up-and-go” is just not there. Post-viral fatigue, low nutrient levels, poor diet and depression are some common reasons people may be lacking energy. An important first step is a check-up with a health care...
Social isolation – Avoiding depression and anxiety

Social isolation – Avoiding depression and anxiety

May 20, 2020 | Depression, Stress
Being isolated can have its advantages. It can give you your own time to relax and contemplate, chilling in pj’s, or working at your own pace. However, for some, being on their own, alone or caring for others in isolation can result in depression and anxiety. Human beings benefit from...
Supporting your lungs

Supporting your lungs

May 13, 2020 | Asthma, Immune
For every breath taken into the lungs an amazing process is taking place to transport life-giving oxygen to all the cells in the body and breathing-out releases carbon dioxide which is the waste produced from the work cells are doing. It makes sense it is important to take care of lungs. Unfortunately,...
Endorphins – Our own natural pain reliever

Endorphins – Our own natural pain reliever

May 6, 2020 | Depression, Pain
Endorphin is the body’s own endogenous morphine, produced by the body to block pain and allow us to participate in the experience of pleasure. The word endorphin is made from two words: endogenous – meaning coming from the body and morphine, an opiate pain-reliever. Opioids can be endogenous (made...
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