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Part 1: Vaginal Dysbiosis with Moira Bradfield

Sep 27, 17
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How well do you know the vagina? Today, we welcome back Moira Bradfield, Naturopath and Acupuncturist, to share her knowledge and passion for demystifying vaginal health

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Aug 11, 17
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Saccharomyces boulardii is a well-researched immunobiotic, which has been shown to restore intestinal integrity and potentially reduce pathogenic gut microbiota.

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Sep 30, 16
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Explore the research examining the use of probiotic therapy as a safe and effective alternative to antibiotics in lactational mastitis.

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Apr 14, 16
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People who suffer from gut dysbiosis are more at risk of developing metabolic dysfunction, according to data reviewed by The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism.

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Jan 22, 16
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Dysbiotic gut bacteria have an impact on paracetamol and other drugs' safety lending credence to the clinical relevance of conducting Liver Detoxification Profiles in patients.

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Dec 04, 15
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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. 

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The Gut-Immune Axis with Mike Ash

Feb 12, 15
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The relationship between the gut and the immune system is one of the most exciting and clinically relevant areas of research in molecular medicine. We have learnt that disturbances in gut homeostasis and microbial balance can activate the innate immune system in several ways causing wide and systemic dysfunction.

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Proven Benefits of Probiotics During Pregnancy and Breastfeeding

Jul 15, 14
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Lactational mastitis is an infection of one or more lobules of the mammary gland, occurring up to 33% of lactating mothers. Although the condition may happen at any point during the lactation period, between 75-95% of cases occur within the first 12 weeks, with the frequency particularly higher during the second and third weeks postpartum.

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