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You've heard his voice on over 250 episodes of the podcast, but who really is Andrew Whitfield-Cook. Tammy Guest turns the table on our host and the two of them dived deep into some amazing topics that sometimes create a divide between the profession and the industry of natural health, as well as the inspiring respect he has for his team and what can be created from true collaboration.
Know someone who would be a great guest? We are always looking for practitioners who are leaders in their field to be a guest on the FX Medicine Podcast.
Current data suggests dietary factors hold significant effects on both the innate and the adaptive immune system. While salt appears to promote inflammation in various mechanisms, it seems that consumption of curcumin and spicy food may attenuate immune hyperactivity.
Could polyphenols and their influence on microbiota be an effective strategy for the prevention of neurodegeneration? Polyphenols are naturally occurring compounds in many berries, fruits and vegetables, as well as cereals, tea, coffee, cocoa, and wine. Polyphenols suppress neuroinflammation and protect neurons against oxidative stress and inflammatory injury, thus promoting memory, learning, and cognitive functions.
Something so simple, taking a relaxing bath, can now be considered an evidence-based lifestyle prescription. A recent randomised, controlled, cross-over study from Japan has found that the benefits of a hot bath for just 10 minutes a day improves both physical and emotional aspects of quality of life.
Dietary modification is an important preventative strategy used to reduce the incidence of dyslipidaemia; a major risk factor for coronary heart disease (CHD) and when managed properly, has also been shown to reduce the incidence of cardiovascular disease (CVD)
In this podcast Bec Guild shares how we can use enzymes for inflammation, pain, infection resistance...
Is polycystic ovarian syndrome being over-diagnosed? Today we are joined by Leah Hechtman to share some insight into promising new biomarkers for PCOS.