When reviewing the potential impact of sugar intake on female reproductive health, factors to be considered include the various body systems, organs and tissues involved in (either or both) glucose metabolism and reproductive function, and the bidirectional functional relationships between many of them (covered in Part 1). Following on from these interconnections, how sugar can impact these body systems, organs and tissues, both individually and via their functional interconnection, and the clinical relevance of these effects also needs to be considered. This will be covered in Part 2.
The theme of the Australian Traditional Medicine Society Symposium for 2020 is: Menopause and will be held on Sept 20th, 2020.
Ahead of her key note speaking engagement for the 8th BioCeuticals Research Symposium we are delighted to welcome back Dr Lara Briden to take us through the important, yet largely overlooked, health benefits of progesterone for bones, immune function, and mood.
Nutritionist and fertility specialist Grace Miano discusses the tender subject of miscarraige in an effort to break down the stigma and taboo of miscarriage.
How do you treat vaginal dysbiosis? In this episode we pick up from where we left off in part 1, and discuss treating vaginal dysbiosis from a holistic perspective.
We are now over 60 years and several generations of women in to OCP use as a primary method of contraception and we're only beginning to unravel the long term health consequences.
Research increasingly implicates a link between the significant array of exogenous chemicals humans are continually exposed to, and many suboptimal health and chronic disease states experienced by the population.
Dysmenorrhoea is the most common gynaecological condition in women, with prevalence ranging up to 91% in women of reproductive age. Complementary treatments such as ginger and zinc should be considered as efficacious as part of any treatment protocol for dysmenorrhoea.