Naturopath and sports nutritionist Kira Sutherland discusses the lack of research surrounding women in sports, the challenges surrounding completing research in this area, and some of the treatment approaches she uses in her own clinic to differentiate between the needs of male and female athletes.
Mark and Andrew have an in depth discussion about glucosamine research and clinical trials as it relates to adverse reactions, shellfish allergies, blood sugar control, types and formulations of glucosamine and its efficacy vs. NSAIDs in arthritic conditions.
Dr Genevieve Steiner and Andrew dive deep into the complexity of dementia, exploring diagnosis, progression, contributing factors in its aetiology, and Genevieve’s exciting research on herbal interventions in the treatment of dementia and cognitive decline.
Sepsis kills around five thousand Australians per annum and there's a growing body of evidence suggesting that early intervention with IV Vitamin C could save lives.
In an era where the majority of adults do not meet their recommended daily intakes for magnesium, a team of researchers tested the hypothesis that magnesium supplementation affects vitamin D metabolism.
We are joined by Dr Mike Armour to discuss the expansion of research into supporting women with endometriosis and chronic pelvic pain.
Today we are joined by Prof Stephen Myers, a respected academic in complementary and integrative medicine, who shares his educated opinion on this recent move by the Medical Board of Australia.
Today we're joined by Prof Stephen Myers who has just published a study that can help silence those who say "there's no evidence for naturopathy and complementary medicines".