Moira Bradfield’s biggest realisation in managing altered genitourinary microbial health is that symptoms aren’t typically due to an infection. Why?
Emma Sutherland and Naturopath Moira Bradfield Strydom discuss the genitourinary microbiome.
Theories surrounding when is the best time to take a probiotic supplement in order to yield the best, actionable benefits has long been a source of contention. One recently published study has highlighted that there seems to be little difference to the measurable outcomes.
From 25-50% of women have at least one episode of UTIs in their lives, and of these, 27% have a relapse during the six months following the first infection, while approximately 3% have two relapses during the same period.
For the past several years I have been writing and lecturing about the relationship between Alzheimer’s disease and changes in the gut bacteria.
Explore the research examining the use of probiotic therapy as a safe and effective alternative to antibiotics in lactational mastitis.
Gluten-related pathologies range from immune-mediated conditions, such as coeliac disease and wheat allergy, to non-coeliac gluten sensitivity. In either instance, symptoms can range from localised to systemic and may easily be misdiagnosed as seemingly unrelated to their underlying cause: gluten intolerance.
Belinda Reynolds explores the pathogenesis of D-Lactate and reveals it may not be the culprit first thought, but rather a victim of circumstance.