If all diseases begin in the gut, and every mouthful of food influences our genes, how do we connect the dots between the gut, our diet and genes?
Medium chain triglycerides, more commonly known as MCTs, first made their way onto the market as ‘super fats’ in the 1950s, then almost completely disappeared due to emerging health concerns with excessive saturated fat consumption. Recently, MCTs have regained popularity – especially in the form of coconut oil – due to their unique properties that have been repeatedly found to positively influence body composition, general health and athletic performance.
Michelle shares with us some of the ways modern day slavery may impact our industry and more importantly, what can be done about it.
How snacking can be used to reduce food battles, increase intuition and support the development of our children.
Culinary genomics may be the future of food consumption as science reveals the connections of food-gene relationships, chronic disease and ageing.
NAC shows promise in the management of cardiometabolic parameters in women with PCOS, via reducing insulin resistance, blood glucose levels and improving lipid profile.
All the behind the scenes interviews with the FX Medicine LIVE team from the 2018 ACNEM Conference in Melbourne.
Despite the consumption of sufficient (and at times excessive) calories, are kids actually being starved of the micronutrients needed for optimal health and wellbeing?