Female Health

The DUTCH Test

Recently, Apple News featured an insightful article, delving into the journey of one woman who sought answers to her struggles with painful periods. Titled “I

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Vitamin D flu

Vitamin D prevents flu

A study published this month in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition has demonstrated that Vitamin D3 is more effective than antiviral drugs in preventing

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Vitamin D and Immunity

Vitamin D – Are you getting enough? Public Health England is recommending people consider taking a daily Vitamin D supplement throughout the spring and summer

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New Genetic Tests

Coming very soon. I’m currently attending a professional lecture by Genova diagnostics on the benefits and use of genetic testing. I will be adding immune,

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An interesting weekend

After a great thursday evening start at Green magic Asparagasm I am attending the Functional Medicine Advanced Practice Module entitled, G.I. Restoring Gastrointestinal Equilibrium: Practical Applications for

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Green magic

I am looking forwards to the Asparagasm green magic evening of fine vegan and gluten free dining tonight in London…. I am offering goodie bags

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Marvellous Mangoes

New research suggests that mango may be effective in preventing or halting breast or colon cancers. The American National Mango Board commissioned a variety of

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Obesity drug suspended

The European Medicines Agency suspended the licence of the drug Reductil this week, suspecting that it may cause heart attacks and strokes. 17 deaths have

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Rickets returns

A review published in the BMJ this week suggests that rickets is becoming disturbingly common amongst British children. Rickets is caused by vitamin D deficiency,

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Packed junk food?

Are packed lunches healthy? They certainly can be, but research from Leeds University has suggested that only 1% children’s lunchboxes currently meet the nutritional standards

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An alternative to painkillers?

Researchers at Newcastle University have recently discovered that Brazilian mint tea, brewed from the plant hyptis crenata, reduces response times to painful stimuli in mice. The researchers compared

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Heartened by champagne?

If you enjoyed a couple of glasses of champagne over the festive season, don’t despair. Recent research suggests that champagne may have a beneficial effect on

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Do you love chocolate?

There are many reasons why chocolate seems so good Chocolate’s major active ingredient is cocoa, a significant source of the stimulant theobromine so will help

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Please do not return samples to the laboratories that may arrive after Wednesday 27th March and up to and including Monday 2nd April.

The laboratories are closed from the 28th March – 2nd April for the Easter Holiday.