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Circulation and Heart

Welcome to Australia! Introducing Methyl B9 and B12

December 15, 2015

In exciting news for Australia and our natural health industry, the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) has recently granted approval to use methyl B9 and methyl B12 in our supplements.

Many practitioner brands have used this approval as an opportunity to upgrade existing products or formulate new ones.

Why do we at Emed consider this approval so important? Simply put it boils down to increased availability and utilisation thereby maximising the therapeutic value of these important nutrients.

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Spice Up Your Life – How to Add Herbs to Your Diet

August 6, 2015

Love a bit of spice in your life?

A recent study confirms that eating spicy food particularly fresh chilli, regularly positively influences our long term health and wellbeing.

Published on the 4th August 2015 in the British Medical Journal, the study looked at 199,293 Chinese men and 288,082 Chinese women aged 30 to 79 years in 10 different geographical areas.

Addressing disease states involving the cardiovascular system, metabolic system and gastrointestinal system, near daily intake of fresh chilli was shown to reduce both morbidity and mortality by 14%.


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Key Nutrients for Hypertension

July 28, 2015

There are a surprising number of key nutrients that have been shown to be very useful when supporting hypertensive and cardiovascular patients.

Ranging from magnesium, omega 3 fish oils and CoQ10 to pomegranate juice and sesame some of these nutrients may be well known, others may surprise you!

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Fasting – Revisiting an Old Idea

July 7, 2015


It’s a contentious topic that has its supporters on both side of the fence. However fasting, in its various modes has a plethora of clinical studies to back up its introduction in reducing the signs and symptoms of a variety of conditions.

With demonstrated improvements in brain activity, cardiovascular system, mood, chronic pain conditions and gut health, sensible and supervised fasting can not be ruled out as a valid treatment adjunct in a number of conditions.

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Trans Fats – Safe in Human Foods?

June 23, 2015

The American Food and Drug Administration have ordered that food manufacturers have three years to cease using trans fatty acids, stating that TFAs are not generally recognised as safe for use in human foods.

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Free Initial Consult – At Your Place or Ours

February 25, 2015

At Emed we like to stay at the forefront of the Natural Health industry.

We believe that no matter where you are located in Australia or around the world, you deserve access the best Natural Health Practitioners, genetic/pathology testing and products available.

Therefore we are introducing a Free Initial Consultation for new and existing members.

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Nitric Oxide: The Cardiovascular Hero

September 10, 2014

Previously Nitric Oxide (NO) use has been confined to the body building world but new research suggests that its effect on cardiovascular health could take it out of the gyms and make it an essential in your daily supplement regime.

Nitric Oxide is now being used to treat a variety of conditions such as hypertension, insomnia, obesity, diabetes and sexual problems.

It is because of these abilities that NO is touted to be the next miracle cure on the shelf.

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Saturated Fat and Heart Disease

May 26, 2014

Does Saturated Fat Increase the Risk of Heart Disease? The Experts Now Say No!

For 50 years, we have been told that saturated fats; the fats commonly found in fatty meat, butter and cheese cause heart disease.

A recent analysis published in the peer reviewed journal Annals of Internal Medicine (March 2014) looked at 72 separate studies that included 600,000 participants in 18 different countries.

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Walk Your Way To A Healthier Heart

June 13, 2013

Exercise as a positive and powerful health intervention has never been more important given the explosive increase in disease states which are related to under-activity such as cardiovascular disease, obesity, diabetes and cancer.

Heart disease may be the leading killer of men and women but that doesn’t mean you can’t protect yourself.

You don’t need to be an athlete to have good cardiovascular health – by incorporating moderate exercises into your weekly routine you will significantly reduce your chances of having a cardiovascular disease.

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