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7th Annual BioCeuticals Research Symposium

Acquaint yourself with the speakers at the 7th BioCeuticals' Research Symposium - and check out what to expect from the FX LIVE team.

Apr 09, 19
Making the most of mushrooms reiishi

How capturing the benefits of whole medicinal mushrooms across the life cycle ensures greater benefit to therapeutic outcomes.

Apr 08, 19

How snacking can be used to reduce food battles, increase intuition and support the development of our children.

Apr 01, 19
What is culinary genomics?

Culinary genomics may be the future of food consumption as science reveals the connections of food-gene relationships, chronic disease and ageing.

Mar 29, 19
Traditional uses of Saffron

The use of saffron as a medicinal plant dates back to ancient times, with its reported therapeutic applications ranging from complaints of the eye, skin, respiratory, digestive, and genitourinary tracts, in mood disorders and as a general tonic.

Mar 18, 19
A balanced microbiome supports immune health

The intestinal microbiome is a complex signalling hub that incorporates environmental factors, such as diet, stress and xenobiotics, with genetics and immune signals to influence host immunity and response to infection.[1-3] Within the last decade, we have begun to understand the importance of this interdependent bilateral interaction between the host and its microbiota and how its mutually beneficial balance is crucial in host defence and immune health.[1]

Feb 25, 19
Korean Ginseng

Healthy hormone balance and general fitness and wellbeing are essential to male health, and underpin a healthy reproductive function as well as fertility, stamina, vitality, optimal libido and a healthy sexual function. 

Feb 18, 19
Men's Social Stress Linked to Decreased Life Expectancy

A 2014 study published in The Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health concluded that middle-aged men are more likely to experience premature death due to worrying and frequent arguing with partners, relatives, friends and neighbours. The study, which sampled nearly 10,000 men and women, showed that men who experienced frequent stressful social situations such as worries and demands from their spouses and children had a 50-100% increased mortality risk.[1]

Feb 15, 19

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