Research Nutrition Mini Product Presentation
A short overview on the Research Nutrition product range, presented by Alex Hills, BHSci (Comp Med), from Research Nutrition.
Unravelling the Mysteries of Methylation
Warren Maginn discusses the relevance of Methylation to health, which disease states have a substantial link to Methylation (inc. CFS and Lymes), and how are Oxidation, Detoxification and Methylation inextricably linked.
Warren Maginn discusses the significance of certain gene results to Oxidation, Detoxification & Methylation capacity, as well as which solutions provide effective and appropriate treatment of Methylation issues.
Discussing Answers to the following questions:
- What exactly is Methylation?
- What is the relevance of Methylation to health?
- Which disease states have a substantial link to Methylation? (inc. CFS and Lymes)
- How are Oxidation, Detoxification and Methylation inextricably linked?
- What is the difference between different methyl nutrients?
- What are some problems with methyl nutrients?
- How does genetics work to influence our health?
- What is the significance of certain gene results to Oxidation, Detoxification & Methylation capacity?
- What are some common pitfalls in the assessment of Methylation Status?
- What are some lesser-known solutions for accurately assessing Methylation Status?
- What pitfalls exist in the effective treatment of Methylation issues?
- Which solutions provide effective and appropriate treatment of Methylation issues?
- What health parameters stand to benefit from successfully achieving optimised Methylation?
SIBO: Understanding the role of Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth in Functional Gut Disorders.
Many of our clients come to us having experimented with a range of dietary changes to try to control their digestive symptoms, sometimes eliminating important food groups. For some this helps, but many simply end up very confused about food, and often assume that they have developed food allergies. True food allergies are relatively uncommon, and even less likely to develop after childhood. Rather, reactions to food commonly occur due to an interaction between food compounds and the microbiome, and the effect this has on the intestinal wall. Understanding these mechanisms enables us to not only support those suffering from IBS / SIBO and related conditions, but to select appropriate interventions and know when it’s time to swap to an alternate protocol.
- Key Topics Discussed:
- Common – and sometimes unexpected causes of SIBO
- A range of clinical presentations of SIBO, including the ‘masqueraders’
- The difference between SIBO and Candida
- The role of lactose and fructose absorption in gut dysfunction
- SIBO diagnostics – what are the options? Interpreting test results
- Treatment to eradicate SIBO: Which antimicrobials to use when and for how long
- The role of diet, pre and probiotics, digestive enzymes and prokinetics
Length: 211 minutes (2-parts)$30.00 Add to basket
Presenter: Sharon Erdrich
Terms: This course is subject to future edits and alterations.
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Molecular Hydrogen: Its Action and Exciting Potential Clinical Applications
With over 500 published peer reviewed papers, Molecular Hydrogen is coming to the attention of the medical world with it’s many unique properties, improving symptoms related to conditions affecting nearly all of the body’s organs. Its actions are varied and most noticeably include being a powerful selective anti-oxidant and potent anti-inflammatory agent with an ability to cross the blood brain barrier and enhance mitochondrial function. Molecular hydrogen therapy has shown great improvement in a vast range of clinical settings ranging from reducing symptoms and managing the progression of diseases such as Parkinson’s Disease and Rheumatoid Arthritis through to improving athletic performance. This webinar will discuss the current research on molecular hydrogen, its specific unique functions and actions and the options available for delivery of molecular hydrogen in a clinical setting.
(Presented March 2017)Free! Add to basket
Length: 65 minutes
Presenter: Dr Elen ApThomas, MBBS DRANZCOG MACNEM
Q & A Session included
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Influence of the Microbiome on Reproductive and Metabolic Health in Women
The gut microbiome is highly responsive to diet, and impacts every aspect of physiology from digestion to endocrine function. In this webinar, Dr. Felice L. Gersh will discuss the clinical connections between the gut microbiome and women’s health, with a focus on nutritional support for ovarian function and metabolic homeostasis.
(Presented 2017)Free! Add to basket
Length: 56 minutes
Presenter: Dr. Felice L Gersh, MD
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