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IgG-mediated Food Intolerance and Sport Performance

IgG-mediated Food Intolerance and Sport Performance

This article investigates a possible association between Intestinal permeability, IgG food intolerance and sport performance


Posted in Adrenal, Articles

Adrenal Function and Physical Performance

Adrenal Function and Physical Performance

This article investigates a possible association between chronic stress, adrenal dysfunction and impaired physical performance.


Posted in Articles

Histamine - an Overlooked Condition

Histamine - an Overlooked Condition

 Internet searches for histamine intolerance (HIT) have been growing, with some practitioners calling it the game changer in chronic illness, whilst former sufferers view it as a search that gave them back their life where other practitioners had not thought or known to look. With its persuasive ability to mimic allergy reactions, it is understandable how HIT has managed to hide in the shadows for so long.  


Posted in Articles

Vitamin D - research update

Vitamin D - research update

You don’t have to look too far to see a new report or additional research on the benefits of having optimal levels of vitamin D. To help you keep up to date with the research a few of the most recent papers are reviewed below.


Posted in Articles

Clearing the Symptom Path: Food Intolerance and Candida

Clearing the Symptom Path: Food Intolerance and Candida

The functional medicine model clearly shows us how everything in the body is interlinked. Symptoms are not locally isolated entities and in order to understand the origin of any symptom, be that a mild skin condition or something more chronic, like fatigue it is necessary to identify the relevant underlying mechanisms.


Posted in Articles

Gluten free cooking from a nutritionist perspective

Gluten free cooking from a nutritionist perspective

Do you feel confident that you have enough information to advise clients about gluten-free alternatives or to encourage them to bake their own gluten-free products?