January 19, 2016
Medlab Clinical’s latest product release Mg Optima Relax, is an innovative magnesium powder that is scientifically formulated to promote relaxation during times of stress.
Mg Optima Relax is great for: students, athletes, those of us in stressful jobs and people with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
So if you need help relaxing, improving cognition, focus and attention, talk to one of our practitioners about Medlabs Mg Optima Relax!
October 23, 2015
We have all heard how essential calcium and vitamin D are in maintaining bone density especially as we age and conditions such as osteoporosis become more likely to develop.
A university in Victoria has demonstrated that including impact exercise like jumping or skipping alongside should be included in a treatment protocol.
This, alongside proper nutrition and supplementation improves function and reduces the risk of fractures by enhancing muscle strength and power.
May 15, 2015
Fibromyalgia is a complex neurophysiological syndrome.
It encompasses a vast range of symptoms, including extreme fatigue, pain, sleep disturbances and cognitive impairment, many of which overlap and may be confused with other conditions such as rheumatic diseases, multiple sclerosis (MS), depression and hypochondriasis.
Nutritional therapy for fibromyalgia can be helpful in counteracting stress, ridding the body of toxins, and restoring nutrients which have been malabsorbed or robbed from the body. Find out more…
April 2, 2015
Vitamin D is a vital nutrient required by your body for a wide range of jobs, such as helping to boost your immunity so you are less likely to end up in bed feeling sick; playing a role in mood modulation – helping you feel good; and supporting your physical structure – making your bones and muscles strong.
Emed offers vitamin D in a variety of forms that will suit any age or requirement: drops, capsules and sprays.
Contact us today to discover how we can help you with your vitamin D status.
July 11, 2014
Any Wellness Protocol must include the proper functioning of yourcentral nervous system (nerves) and your musculoskeletal system(muscles/tendons/ligaments).
Some people find that physiotherapy works for them, for others it is a chiropractor or osteopath. Some find that massage or myotherapy is the key while others enjoy the benefit of chinese medine, acupuncture and cupping.
Whatever your choice, whatever your preference – find a practitioner that works for you and stick with them.
New research is starting to show what we have been seeing in the practices for years. Those under regular care are healthier!
April 11, 2012
The benefits of whey protein on lean muscle mass and weight loss arewell documented, however a new research study has shown amazing newadvantages of whey protein for heart health.
Conducted byGlanbia Nutritionals, this randomised, double-blind study has shownthat a whey-protein-rich ingredient may improve blood vessel function inhealthy individuals. This is a major step forward in the battle againstincreasing rates of heart attacks and disease plaguing many Australians.