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It is rare that a single point of treatment or modality is adequate to mitigate risk or resolve illnesses. As such, a multipoint approach is attractive and necessary. 

Dec 04, 15

Saccharomyces boulardii (SB) is a beneficial probiotic, non-colonising yeast. It modulates the host’s innate gastrointestinal (GIT) immune response and improves GIT integrity.

Dec 03, 15

The gastrointestinal system and our daily lives are impacted by oxidative stress, ageing, diet, lifestyle, alcohol, trauma, prolonged stress, surgery, nutrient deficiencies, drug use, excessive exercise, starvation, infection, inflammation, hygiene and socioeconomic conditions.

Nov 30, 15

The human detoxification system is a delicate and complex process involving three distinct phases.  However, it is only very recently that we have elucidated the function and significance of Phase III. We now understand that any successful therapeutic management of detoxification requires us to restore, manage and augment this phase, which can then have profound implications for health and resilience.

Nov 30, 15

The simple, safe intervention of Chondroitin Sulphate in painful osteoarthritis has just been given a boost in confidence! Showing remarkable efficacy, against the most commonly prescribed medical therapy.

Nov 28, 15

Taking a look at research that acutely highlights the shortcomings of taking a reductionist view to the application of single strain or species probiotic therapy as an exclusive approach in clinical practice.

Nov 27, 15

Even though the liver is considered the primary organ of detoxification, the integrity of the intestinal epithelial barrier must not be underestimated. The gastrointestinal tract (GIT) is a major site for dealing with toxic burden. Over the course of a lifetime, the GIT processes more than 25 tonnes of food, which represents the largest load of antigens and toxins confronting the human body.

Nov 26, 15

Homocysteine is an intermediate produced in the metabolism of sulfur-containing amino acids. Elevated levels of homocysteine are associated with heart attack, heart disease, vascular disease as well as dementia and cognitive decline, macular degeneration, migraine, neural tube defects and bone fractures.

Nov 17, 15

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