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Is A Dodgy Tooth The Root Of Your Disease?

November 13, 2013

As a society, we tend to view the mouth and the rest of the body as separate entities – after all you see the dentist for your oral health and a general practitioner for any other health concerns right?

It turns out this view is entirely wrong, as research continues to confirm strong links between the health of the mouth, especially gums and teeth, with the rest of the body’s internal organs and systemic health.

So how does it affect your health when you keep a dead tooth in your mouth for years, even a lifetime after a root canal procedure?

Find out the health risks associated with root canals and chronic oral infections and how they could be linked to health conditions you would never suspect!

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Research Insight – High Iron Reduces PMS Risk

August 29, 2013

Suffer from PMS? Maybe a steak is the cure!

In the first ever study to evaluate the association between dietary mineral intake and the development of premenstrual syndrome (PMS), it has been found that women who consume high levels of iron are between 30-40% less likely to develop PMS than those who consume lower levels.

It was found that women in the highest intake group for non-haeme iron (the form found primarily in plant foods and supplements) had a relative risk of PMS of 0.64 compared to women in the lowest intake group.

The level of iron intake at which the effect is evident was greater than 20mg per day.

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CardioPack Success At The Alfred

March 27, 2013

The new combination supplement, CardioPack, offered by Practitioner-only brand, BioCeuticals, has shown great promise in past and current trials on individuals with cardiovascular disease.

To date, research projects conducted at the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne, have shown that taking a combination of antioxidants and essential fatty acids appears to be more effective for cardiovascular health than taking the specific nutrients individually.

Read on to find out more about this new nutritional combination pack and the great results from these trials.

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Love Your Heart and Learn to Lower Hypertension Naturally

November 13, 2012

Recent studies substantiate findings that natural food substances such as beetroot juice and hot peppers may significantly decrease blood pressure.

They have found that this may due to the nitrate content of these foods.

Tour de France cyclists have even utilised the effects of beetroot juice on blood pressure to cut down the time it takes to ride a given distance!

Find out what natural substances can do for your blood pressure.

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