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Rebecca Guild

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Rebecca Guild
Rebecca is a Naturopath having graduated in 2003 with an Adv.Dip Naturopathy and Western Herbal Medicine. Rebecca has worked in pharmacy, her own clinic and for one of Australia's largest professional supplement companies, and more recently as the editor and curator for FX Medicine. Rebecca is now involved in complementary medicine education, sales and marketing, digital & social media and is a passionate advocate of naturopathic medicine in the Integrative Health Model. She has a special interest in the regulatory landscape of naturopathic medicine and likes to inspire current and future students to strive for meaningful careers in the industry.

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Herbal Management for Stress Fx Medicine
Mar 30, 2018

In herbal medicine, Withania somnifera has a long history of use for stress as an adaptogen. Recently researchers took a look on how this might impact body composition in chronically stressed individuals. 

Jul 21, 2017

Theories surrounding when is the best time to take a probiotic supplement in order to yield the best, actionable benefits has long been a source of contention. One recently published study has highlighted that there seems to be little difference to the measurable outcomes. 

Feb 03, 2017

Ask the average person what their thyroid actually does and you’re likely to be met with a blank stare! So what does it do? And what happens when things go wrong?

Jul 22, 2016

The all-inclusive naturopathic approach to skin conditions can take people by surprise; here's why we need to delve more than "skin-deep"...

Jun 24, 2016

Recent statistics reveal that lactose intolerance is on the rise, particuarly for women. What are the facts surrounding lactose digestion and what are the clinical implications?

Jun 06, 2016

Study shows that amaranth, an extract of red spinach, can boost nitric oxide levels in the body for up to 8 hours.

May 30, 2016

According to recent research Bifidobacterium lactis improves lipid profiles and cytokines making it a promising intervention for metabolic syndrome. 

Feb 18, 2016

Reviewing the safety of chromium following recent headlines claiming it may cause cancer