According to Dr David Haase the human body is a network of networks of networks. As a functional neurologist, he is mindful of this fact when treating patient
Dr Joseph Pizzorno is one of the world's leading authorities on natural and integrative medicine.
According to Dr Jason Kaplan, an wholistic cardiologist from Sydney, the cholesterol story is changing.
Cardiovascular disease is responsible for 11% of deaths in Australia.
In this podcast Andrew interviews interns Shannon Chafkin and Rachel Bullen on their experiences undertaking a BioCeuticals Internship.
In this podcast Andrew interviews Stacey Roberts on her approach to fertility, pregnancy and pre-eclampsia.
Depression and anxiety disorders are exploding in prevalence. It is believed that at least 3 million Australians, at any given time, suffer from these conditions.
FX Medicine host Andrew Whitfield-Cook attended the 2015 BioCeuticals Research Symposium and had the opportunity to interview the delegates on their experiences with this educational event.
Dr David Haase is an expert in Integrative Holistic Medicine and specialises in functional neurology, neuroendocrinology and neuroelectrophysiology.
In this FX Medicine podcast Professor Michael Holick is interviewed on the latest evidence in support of higher dosing of vitamin D and the most recently identified health implications for deficiency...
Migraine is a severe neurological disorder that affects a significant proportion of the population. Prevalence estimates vary between 12 and 25% depending on the population studied.
Methylation is now a major focus for many health care practitioners. In each of us, this process occurs trillions of times every second and is involved in countless biochemical pathways.
Recent studies have shown that women who supplement with vitamin D during pregnancy have a greatly reduced risk of complications including gestational diabetes, preterm birth and infection.
In this interview Dr Joseph Pizzorno discusses the exciting advances in our understanding and treatment of toxicity and detoxification.
In this podcast, Amie shares her knowledge and experience in addressing the underlying causes of skin diseases.
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This interview is essential listening for anyone who is interested in implementing practical measures for improving male reproductive health and sexual function.
In this interview, Dr Mark Donohoe expertly describes what happens to the adrenal glands when we undergo various types of stress. His comprehensive knowledge of adrenal structure and function brings...
Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is the most common form of liver disease in Australia.
In this interview, world renowned cardioloist Dr Mark Houston discusses his advanced understanding of the real causes of hypertension, lipid disorders and explores the treatment and nutritional...
Statistics show that approximately 50% of patients continue to have CHD or myocardial infarction (MI) despite “normal” levels of these five risk factors as traditionally defined. Find out how...
Depression is a common condition, affecting more than one million Australians each year.
In part 2 of our interview with Dr Jerome Sarris, we explore some truly exciting nutraceutical and herbal therapy developments that may contribute a substantial piece of the anxiety treatment puzzle.
Lactational mastitis is an infection of one or more lobules of the mammary gland, occurring up to 33% of lactating mothers.
Many would be familiar with Dr Murray and his extensive body of work in the field of complementary medicine research.
In this, second part of a two part interview with Australia's leading nutritional biochemist, Dr Robert Buist they continue to explore the latest in cholesterol research and its implication to our
Rethinking the Cholesterol Paradigm Part 1 is a two part audio interview with Dr Robert Buist, Australia's leading nutritional biochemist.
Professor Michael Holick, the world's leading expert on vitamin D research, responds to some of the more recent negative studies that seem to be so readily picked up by the media.