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Oct 09, 17
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Fluoride is primarily known for its effect in strengthening the enamel. However, despite this mechanism of action, tooth decay is still considered to be a significant problem in Australia and one that water fluoridation has obviously not resolved. 

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Epstein-Barr Virus: Part 2 with Dr Mark Donohoe

May 17, 17
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Following on from Part 1, Dr Mark Donohoe dives deeper into his three decades of experience and focusses on therapy for Epstein-Barr Virus in this episode. 

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May 12, 17
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This study shows that magnesium can reduce depressive symptoms in those with hypomagnesaemia, even when using a less absorbable form.

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May 08, 17
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While they may only constitute approximately 4% of total body weight, the importance of minerals in maintaining health and wellbeing cannot be underestimated.

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Sep 12, 16
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Melissa explores why it makes clinical sense to implement adrenal support in immune protocols.

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Mineral Ligands: Choosing the Right Combination

Mar 16, 16
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Ligands are ions, molecules, or a molescular group that bind to another chemical entity to form a larger complex. In nutritonal medicine, practitioners need to understand why to select certain mineral combinations for the best clinical outcome. This podcast looks at this in greater detail with leading nutritional biochemist, Dr Bob Buist.

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Feb 22, 16
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Review the stress response and the evidence-based approaches to the natural treatment of stress and anxiety.

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Feb 08, 16
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Our ability to cope with stress depends largely on the complex interactions between components of our hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis (HPA axis). The adrenal cortex figures prominently in the manifestation of adrenal fatigue due to disregulation of the production of cortisol. Adrenal fatigue is not widely medically recognised, and lies somewhere between the underactivity of Addison’s disease and the overactivity of Cushing’s Disease, where cortisol levels lie at the extremes. 

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