News & insights
23 October 2019

Nuts for obesity prevention

Increasing your intake of nuts may lower your risk of obesity according to research published in BMJ Nutrition, Prevention & Health.

21 October 2019

Curcumin & post-exercise muscle soreness

Relief from muscle soreness may be residing in curcumin supplements new research has found.

Evidence for role of vitamin B in stress, strengthened
16 October 2019

High dose B vitamins positive impact on brain

Australian research has found vitamin B supplementation can increase connectivity in the brain between the caudate and posterior cingulate cortex (PCC) which are involved in reward processing, pleasure and motivation.

16 October 2019

Curcumin improves childhood asthma

Children and adolescents with mild to moderate asthma may find benefit from supplementing with Curcumin longa according to findings of a recent Brazilian study.

15 October 2019

Garlic, vitamins and reductions in gastric cancer risk

Treating Helicobacter pylori in conjunction with vitamin and garlic supplementation may significantly reduce the incidence of gastric cancer a new study published in the British Medical Journal reports.

Vitamin D and behaviour problems
14 October 2019

Vitamin D deficiency linked to behaviour problems

New research out of the United States, suggests that vitamin D deficiency in childhood is related to behaviour problems in adolescence.

Dr Ross Walker: Omega-3 supplements - Increasing the evidence base
10 October 2019

Dr Ross Walker: Omega-3 supplements - Increasing the evidence base

I have written on numerous occasions about the push from orthodox medicine to prove that complementary medicine is of no value and in some cases may even cause harm. It ...

Evidence supports role of omega-3 in depression
10 October 2019

Evidence supports role of omega-3 in depression

Current evidence supports a role for omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids in the management of depression according to a meta-analysis published in journal, Translational Psychiatry.