I’m a very proud dietitian today as my wonderful research intern Kasia Wyrebek and writing intern Kathryn Durston combined to great effect to bring to life today’s article, which I’ve reviewed for scientific integrity and a few minor flow edits of course. Today’s article takes a look at some of

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As I’m sure you guys know about me by now, I thoroughly enjoy novel areas of scientific inquiry within the world of nutrition and supplementation. That’s exactly why I was more than happy to accept the Florastor® invitation to write an evidence-based post about their probiotic range which contains the

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Rosacea is one of the most common inflammatory skin conditions, affecting approximately 5% of the adult population globally including millions of people across North America alone. the most prevalent rosacea symptom is recurrent facial flushing concentrated in the center of the face, and as it worsens, a person may also

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Inflammatory bowel disease, often referred to as IBD, is an umbrella term for Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. Crohn’s and colitis are diseases of the gastrointestinal system that are characterized by chronic inflammation and several additional layers of complexity that vary between them and the individual’s suffering from them. It’s

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Those who know me will know by now that I’m always intrigued by novel areas of scientific inquiry in the world of nutrition. And so when Canadian supplement brand AOR (Advanced Orthomolecular Research) invited me to write an exploratory post on their novel probiotic blend – Probiotic-3 – I naturally

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Probiotic supplements are among the most popular and widely selling on the market due in part to the ever growing scientific fascination with gut health that continues to capture consumer attention the world over. Having reviewed the data about their potential uses at length in a previous article, I appreciate

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Polyphenols are a group of biologically beneficial compounds with anti-inflammatory and antioxidant capabilities that exist naturally in a wide variety of foods of plant-origin. They are often responsible for the bright colours you see in fruits and vegetables, and actually play a role in protecting the plants that contain them

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