News Focus - November 2021
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Supplement shown to ‘lower blood sugars in one to two weeks'
In this well conducted review researchers report small, consistent changes in the gut microbiome associated with a 6-week intervention with omega 3 fatty acids, comparable to prebiotic inulin fibre. More encouraging reasons to for omega 3 supplementation.
DHA and brain health: What’s the link?
In this feature we shine the spotlight on omega 3 fatty acid DHA (docosahexaenoic acid). Learn all about how important DHA is to cognitive health, how it differs from EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and how you can incorporate more of it in your diet.
Mental health and work productivity
If you have a mental health problem it can make your working life difficult, to say the least. Sometimes work itself can be the cause of mental ill health. This comprehensive article covers the different types of mental health problems and supplement support.
Interesting ways to support your vitamin c intake – as a study suggests doubling our dose
Vitamin C was a top trending nutrient this month, find out why in this editorial, along with the best dietary sources of this vital vitamin.
What’s the link between physical and mental health?
If you want to lead a happy, fulfilling life, it’s important to be aware of how your physical health and fitness affect your mental health as well as why your state of mind is important for your physical wellbeing. An excellent article with lifestyle suggestions to support optimal health and wellbeing.
Vitamin D deficiency: Study finds key sign you could be lacking the sunshine vitamin
Scientists are now suggesting there is a link between vitamin D deficiency, specific minerals and migraines. Based on a published study, vitamin D could have yet another formidable function.
Adult ADHD: Causes and symptoms
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder – ADHD for short – is a condition that’s often thought of as a childhood behavioural problem. But adults can be affected by ADHD too. It’s time to bring awareness to this very real adult condition – read on for helpful information and natural support.
Children’s low uptake of fruit and veg associated with poor mental well-being, study finds
The impact of poor diets in children is the focus of this study, with specific nutrients highlighted and cost saving food suggestions.
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