Vitamin D, C, Astragalus and Zinc are only a few of the supplements that have evidence -based research which tell us they can assist with building your immunity. It is important that your healthcare professional is aware of what you are taking as some supplements can interact with medication and or are not suitable for certain individuals.
We have all read the articles about staying up late leads to binge eating which leads to poor sleep. Studies at University Of Pennsylvania are now saying the reverse. Being overweight causes the poor sleep. Sleep is a function of the body trying to conserve energy.
There are multiple symptoms of stress which we can address with professional assistance and guidance. Dealing with stress does affect our capability to function. Scientists are now publishing research to validate how our brain does not function correctly when high levels of stress are present in our lives.
The AMA is urging government bodies to start studies on the consequences of vaping. There are vaping lung disease deaths, sicknesses and the growth of teen e-cigarette is at 1 in 4 high school students in the USA.
Neuro engineers at Columbia have discovered that we have “memory-trace cells” which tune to the location where people remember specific encounters.
We know that people with Kidney Disease usually develop atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries). Research now tells us that oral activate charcoal can lessen atherosclerosis.
Studies now support Japans use of Matcha Tea use for medicinal purposes.
Researchers at Kumamoto University have shown reduction in anxiety behaviour with the consumption of Matcha ( a type of green) Tea.
Clear and de-stress your mind using relaxation techniques. Initially developed in the 1960’s by a Columbian Professor in psychiatry & neurology; the term “Sophrology is defined as a “study of consciousness in harmony”. Involving the reinforcement of the connection between the body and the mind. It is commonly used in Switzerland and France, the Swiss Ski team and the French rugby team are two of the many professional sports team to use this method of mindfulness.
A new app developed by UNSW & UCL gives users a series of questions to track your Mood & Emotions impact on cognitive performance
Cilantro (coriander) is amongst the herbs that has effectively delayed certain seizures common in epilepsy and other diseases.