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Fishing for more essential omega- 3s

Just one in five Australians is getting enough omega-3 fatty acids for good health, according to a recent study.

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Fish Tacos

Delicious when dining out, fish tacos are surprisingly simple to make at home. Packed with protein, fish is abundant in omega-3s which reduce inflammation and nourish the body and brain. This recipe also incorporates wholegrains and antioxidant-rich vegetables to make a nutritionally balanced meal that’s vibrant in colour and flavour.

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Anti-inflammatory salmon pasta

Quercetin is a naturally occurring flavonoid which is well known for its anti-inflammatory and anti-histamine actions, particularly beneficial if you suffer from allergies or inflammatory conditions. Add some quercetin-rich foods to tonight’s dinner - onions, capers, broccoli, and tomatoes all contain this healthy compound. When coupled with salmon, a source of omega-3 fatty acids, this dish makes the perfect anti-inflammatory (and delicious!) night in.

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Mitochondrial Dysfunction – Could it be the missing link?

Mitochondrial dysfunction, unlike mitochondrial disease, is reversible explains Dr. Yeoh.

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A Holistic Approach to Anti-Ageing Medicine

Ageing is a natural part of life, but can we influence our biological age versus chronological age?

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Avoiding toxins in our food supply, Dr Joseph Pizzorno

Watch Dr Joseph Pizzorno, a world-leading authority on science-based natural medicine. Learn when it’s best to choose organic produce, as Dr Joe discusses the dirty dozen and clean 15 to help us avoid consuming toxins.

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Changes to patient health you may have seen over the past decade, Dr Joseph Pizzorno

Watch Dr Joseph Pizzorno, a world-leading authority on science-based natural medicine, discuss the depletion of nutrients in our foods.

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The Evolving Picture of Nutrition – Integrative GP, Dr Joe Kosterich

We live in a time where our supermarket shelves are packed full of all manner of fresh produce, with an incredible variety of nutrients, yet more than 75 percent of the disease burden in western countries is related to lifestyle.

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Have an anti-inflammatory day

Around 2.1 million Australian suffer from osteoarthritis, an inflammatory joint condition. Hands, the spine and joints like hips, knees and ankles tend to suffer most, with pain and stiffness usually getting worse over time.

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Talking turmeric: Why this culinary spice is fighting more than just inflammation

Putting the word ‘inflammation’ into Google garners around 108 million results (well it did the day we did) – talk about a chronic response!  Inflammation—the body’s natural response to injury or infection that often causes redness, swelling, pain or heat

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The 8 pillars for taking charge of your health, Dr Joe Kosterich

Most of us drive cars. We know there are many different things needed to keep the car running smoothly. This includes putting the right petrol in the tank, having correct air in the tyres and the correct engine oil. 

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Managing your blood glucose with diet

Australians are consuming more added sugars than ever before, according to a 2016 Australian Bureau of Statistics report.

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Antioxidants for good health

Antioxidants are the buzz words of the health world but what exactly are these mystical ingredients and what do they do?

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Naturopath & nutritionist Teresa Mitchell-Paterson shares her thoughts on supplementation

It would be nice to think we could achieve all our nutrient needs from food – however modern life, illness, eating patterns, farming, transport and storage disrupts our ability to fulfill all our vitamin and mineral requirements.

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Zinc: a building block for good health at every age

Zinc is a master-mineral of good health but many of us don’t get enough each day. Zinc deficiency is one of the world’s most prevalent micronutrient deficiencies

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