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Is your medication affecting your Brain?

Anticholinergic Drugs and a 50% Increased Risk of Dementia Scientists have long found a possible link between anticholinergic drugs and an increased risk of dementia. A study published in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine on Monday suggests that the link is strongest for certain classes of anticholinergic drugs — particularly antidepressants such as paroxetine or … Read more

Autoimmune Disease and Infection

The incidence of autoimmune disease is increasing with more than 100 autoimmune diseases now recognised in medicine.1  However, in the majority of cases patients are not tested or treated for infection.  Autoimmune diseases are now the third leading cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide.  Autoimmunity occurs when the immune system recognises and attacks the host … Read more

True Cinnamon -v- Cassia

This research provides an excellent example how different types of a herb have different actions on the body.  When you purchase cinnamon over-the-counter or on-line, you have no guarantee that you are actually receiving the species that will be beneficial for your health.  True Medicine only stocks products that have proven efficacy, are quality controlled … Read more

Heart Disease, Copper and Soft Drinks

Recently a popular news story warned that high, long term consumption of sweetened beverages such as soft drinks and soda may increase health risks. A study published in the journal Circulation (1) found that sugar sweetened beverages as well as artificially sweetened beverages were associated with mortality rates. The study consisted of over 37,000 men … Read more

Fish Oils – Essential to every cell

Omega-3 fatty acids are essential for cellular health and function. As well as attenuating acute inflammation,6 they are required for foetal neurodevelopment,7 can prevent cognitive and mood disorders8 and minimise cardiovascular risk and all-cause mortality in adults.9 Despite this, 80% of adults do not meet the recommended daily intake (RDI) of 500 mg of omega-3. Interestingly, even this … Read more

The Bone Protector

If you watch television or read newspapers and magazines, you will no doubt have read/heard reports that natural medicines don’t work.  That, when it comes to our health, the only option we have involves taking synthetic, chemically-manufactured drugs.  However, human beings have been using what nature has to offer for thousands of years – very … Read more

Premenstrual moods & Progesterone

The following article was originally posted on the blog of Lara Briden – The Period Revolutionary. Her book is Period Repair Manual. Why Progesterone Is Both Good and Bad for Mood (and How to Treat PMDD) April 23, 2019 by Dr Lara Briden Progesterone calms the brain and promotes sleep. At the same time, progesterone might be … Read more

Pyrroluria – Medical Condition or Biomarker?

Is Pyrroluria a discrete medical condition or is it a biomarker of other pathology? Courtesy of InterClinical Laboratories,we take a look into the history, research findings and treatment options.   Detection Hydroxyhemopyrrolin-2-one (HPL) or “mauve factor” was first discovered in 1958 in the urine Dr Hoffer’s psychiatric patients. It was named after the colour it appeared in chromatograph assays. … Read more

The invisible threat to your health – EMF

Different types of EMFs and how they can affect your health. Story courtesy of Life Energy Designs All electrically charged objects produce electromagnetic fields. Despite much debate and the countless research that has been completed over the years to determine what effect these fields have on our bodies, most of us are constantly exposing ourselves … Read more