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A High Protein Diet: Meat and Metabolic Health with Dr. Michelle Woolhouse and Dr. Pran Yoganathan

Mar 22, 22
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Dr. Michelle Woolhouse and Dr. Pran Yoganathan discuss the benefits of a high-protein diet, how to eat to support metabolic and digestive health and reflect on the confusion around current dietary advice. 

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Approaches to Thyroid Health with Natalie Douglas

Jul 08, 21
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Nutritionist and Dietician Natalie Douglas returns to FX Medicine to discuss the strategies she uses in her own clinical practice to treat thyroid patients.

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Jul 03, 20
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Paying attention to diet and a health gut microbiome is often overlooked in addressing mental health and yet, evidence shows these aspects are crucial....

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Jan 08, 20
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The importance of a healthy digestive system has long been recognised by complementary health professionals including naturopaths and herbalists. This concept is not new however, with Hippocrates, regarded as the father of medicine, reportedly stating that “all disease begins in the gut” over 2000 years ago.

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The Alchemy of Amino Acids with Vanita Dahia

Jul 01, 19
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How confident are you with personalising amino acid prescriptions based on a person's unique physiology and health needs? Today we talk to Vanita Dahia, author of "Alchemy of Amino Acids" to learn more about these nutrients. 

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Jun 03, 19
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Research has found significant positive associations between diets high in nutritional quality and superior academic performance in children and adolescents. 

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Jan 14, 19
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What are the natural medicines and lifestyle modifications for supporting patients with gout? The cause of gout is hyperuricaemia, defined as elevated uric acid levels in the bloodstream and tissues.

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Dec 14, 18
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Copper is a trace element involved in a wide range of biological processes vital to sustain life. Yet – as with many other metal ions – it is toxic when present in excessive quantities, especially for those with copper-sensitive disorders such as Wilson’s disease.

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