Research in practice

With a growing body of evidence, krill oil has emerged as an effective therapeutic agent capable of increasing EPA and DHA levels comparable to, or even higher than, fish oil.

Aug 29, 16
Fish oil, heart disease, atherosclerosis, blood pressure, cholesterol, cardiovascular

This meta-analysis is one of the first to use blood biomarkers instead of self-reported consumption to determine benefit to coronary heart disease risk. 

Aug 22, 16

Research shows that sea buckthorn is a safe and effective option for post-menopausal vaginal atrophy.

Aug 05, 16

Particularly prevalent in developing nations where micro nutrient deficiency affects many, malaria is a leading cause of death amongst the young, responsible for at least 1 million deaths annually.

Jul 25, 16

Exercise coupled with a higher protein diet increases the diversity of gut microbiota, according to a recently published study in the journal "Gut"

Jul 18, 16

Women are often shouldering the bulk of the burden of maintaining a healthy diet pre and post conception and throughout pregnancy and lactation. However recent evidence suggests men need to be mindful of what they eat as it can influence health outcomes of their offspring. 

Jul 11, 16

Green tea is widely known for its potent antioxidant effects. This research highlights how this may be capitalised on for exercise-induced oxidative stress.

Jul 04, 16

Functional polymorphisms of various antioxidant genes may be beneficial diagnostic and therapeutic markers for the health of sperm and the risk of male infertility.

Jun 20, 16

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