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Stephanie Berglin

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Stephanie Berglin
Stephanie Berglin DBM, DipNut, BA Comms is a herbalist, nutritionist and iridologist with 12 years of clinical experience. Completing her studies at Sydney's renowned Natural Care College, Stephanie went on to found her own successful practice, whilst also working as a technical editor at one of Australia's leading nutraceutical companies.

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The role of genes in anxiety
Jul 23, 2018

Anxiety disorders appear to be caused by an interaction of biopsychosocial factors, including genetic vulnerability, which interact with situations, stress or trauma to produce clinically significant syndromes. Symptoms vary depending on the specific anxiety disorder.

Nov 06, 2017

Beta-glucans are one of the most abundant forms of polysaccharides found inside cell walls of bacteria and fungi, exhibiting benefits from immune cell activation to anti-cancer effects.

Bacopa monnieri, cognition, memory, brain health, brahmi
Apr 10, 2017

Clinical trials and traditional evidence show that supplementation with brahmi enhances a range of cognitive processes including verbal attention, memory acquisition, retention and recall, intellect and speed of information processing.

Jul 04, 2016

Green tea is widely known for its potent antioxidant effects. This research highlights how this may be capitalised on for exercise-induced oxidative stress.

Feb 15, 2016

Medicinal fungi Cordyceps sinensis shows measurable results for stress markers in this recent study. 

Nov 12, 2015

Ubiquinol is a reasonably new supplement now approved by the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) and therefore available to Australian Healthcare Professionals. Prior to its recent addition to the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods (ARTG) CoQ10 was only available in the form of ubiquinone, both forms, are now marketed as supplemental options for coenzyme Q10.

Oct 21, 2015

First discovered by British haematologist Alec Bangham in 1965, liposomes are vehicles for transporting substances into the body effectively via absorption in the mouth, bypassing the digestive system.