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Georgia Marrion

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Georgia Marrion
Georgia is a naturopath and nutritionist of more than 12 years in the complementary medicine industry, with experience in areas including clinical practice, practitioner consultant, writing, lecturing, product development and regulatory affairs. With a Masters in Human Nutrition, her main interest areas are gastrointestinal and women's health, and she is passionate about providing information to people to help them optimise their overall health.

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Sep 01, 2017

Gout is an inflammatory arthritic disease affecting an increasing proportion of the Australian population. Along with its debilitating impact on individuals, gout is linked with comorbidities including cardiovascular and kidney diseases, obesity, diabetes and metabolic syndrome.[

Aug 21, 2017

The ancient wisdom of Hippocrates who believed that ‘all disease begins in the gut’ is being validated by modern science, with poor gastrointestinal (GIT) health linked to an increasing number of diseases.

Herbal medicine olive leaf on wooden background
Jul 03, 2017

Herbal substances such as echinacea, andrographis, astragalus, elecampane, olive leaf, ​elder and thyme are often used to support immunity. Just like the complexity of the immune system, the specific mechanisms of action of these herbs on immune activity is heterogeneous and complex.

Mar 10, 2017

The United Kingdom Selenium in PRegnancy INTervention (SPRINT) study recently investigated the impact of several polymorphisms on selenium status during pregnancy.

Feb 17, 2017

Studies indicate that low levels of the thyroid hormone fT3 are associated with poorer outcomes in patients with cardiovascular disease and may be a useful risk analysis tool in this population.

Nov 11, 2016

This study provides strong evidence of the efficacy of folic acid and methylcobalamin for the treatment of common folic acid and vitamin B12 deficiency signs and symptoms.

pregnancy, homocysteine, blood pressure
Oct 07, 2016

One potential mechanism proposed for the pathogenesis of preeclampsia is elevated homocysteine levels adversely affecting placental functionality, with various data finding a three- to eightfold increase in risk of disease onset associated with hyperhomocysteinaemia.