News

Small intestinal bacteria are crucial for fat absorption

Specific bacterial strains in the small intestine are required for fat digestion and absorption and a high-fat diet promotes their growth, new research shows.

Recent updates to the Interactions Database

The Interactions Database continues to expand, now including over 1,000 interactions.

Behavioural interventions reduce seizure rate in epilepsy

New research shows that stress reduction techniques reduce seizure frequency in patients with medication-resistant epilepsy.

Adverse side effects of herb-drug interactions

An analysis of published studies indicated that herbal products may compromise prescription drugs and cause adverse side effects.

The impact of toxins on brain development in children

Exposures of pregnant women and children to thyroid hormone disrupting toxins may be linked to the increased incidence of brain development disorders.

Long - term yoga practice reduces inflammation

In patients with metabolic syndrome, three hours of yoga a week for a year significantly reduced markers of inflammation.
Events

6th BioCeuticals Research Symposium

From 27 - 29 April 2018 BioCeuticals will bring together world leading researchers and clinicians to review this exciting research. They will demonstrate how to ...

8th Science of Nutrition in Medicine Conference

HEALTH FOR LIFEMASTERING THE INTEGRATED APPROACH GENES, GUT, NUTRITION AND THE ENVIRONMENT With living in increasingly stressful environments and advancing ...

Lifestyle Medicine 2018

We’re now delighted to announce that Lifestyle Medicine 2018 will be held 17-19 August 2018 at the Sofitel, Brisbane. Not sure what to expect o ...

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