In this section we offer a selection of technical articles that may be of interest. This articles have been published only with the purpose to inform and do not pretend to prescribe.
Thrush and Cystitis
Many people find it difficult to talk about an embarrassing health problem such as thrush and cystitis. But the truth is, they are both fairly common, especially among women. And according to experts, because of the similarity of some of the symptoms, both thrush and cystitis can sometimes be mistaken for each other.
When you think about hair loss, does the image of a balding middle-aged man spring to mind? It’s a common stereotype, after all. But the truth is there are about 50 different hair loss disorders, and women are affected too.
Around half a million people in the UK are thought to be affected by a condition that’s the country’s leading cause of visual impairment, yet many may not have heard much about it.
Different preparations and forms of the supplements
An overview of the forms and presentations of the Food Supplements to help understand their action and select the most appropriate for each person.
Cold and Flu
According to the NHS colds and flu affect 15 million people each year in the UK, triggering symptoms such as sneezing, stuffy nose, sore throat, cough, headache, aches and pains and high temperature.
It’s estimated that more than three million people have osteoporosis, the disease that reduces bone density, making bones fragile and more likely to break easily. Worldwide, it’s thought that someone breaks a bone because of osteoporosis every three seconds.
Omega-3 Fatty Acids & Eye Disease In The Elderly
The omega-3 fatty acids—found in fish and fish oil supplements—could prevent age-related macular degeneration (AMD), the most common cause of blindness and poor sight in the elderly.
Food Suppements: What are? Which are their benefits? Why are necessary?
Are your patients getting enough vitamin D?
The topic of vitamin D is very much in vogue, with several medics and researchers believing that deficiency constitutes a key factor in today’s most prevalent chronic diseases. What’s more, there is evidence that, ‘the majority of the world’s population has inadequate vitamin D status’(1). Yet, these concerns do not appear to be reflected in public policy.