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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘inflammation’

  • Easy ways to increase your veggie intake

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    Share Research shows that most Australians are not getting enough vegetables in on a daily basis. Why is it dietitians (and other health professionals) are always harping on about them? They are low in energy, and rich in nutrients and fibre, so one of the …

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  • Winter Foods for Weightloss

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    Share With reports coming through this week that there has been snow already at the Australian resorts, Winter is obviously fast approaching. For many, this is a time to regain some weight that was lost during summer, and go into ‘hibernation’ mode. For many of …

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  • Psoriatic Arthritis and Obesity

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    Share As we know, being overweight can increase our risk of a variety of conditions. Emerging evidence shows that obesity seems to affect several features of Psoriatic Arthritis (PsA), such as its development, cardiovascular risk and clinical outcome. A link between increased BMI in early adulthood …

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  • Body Composition Tests

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    Share There was an article in the Sydney Morning Herald this week about people being ‘skinny fat’; where people of an apparent healthy weight are simply just skinny, not healthy. Also, just because someone in the overweight category is such, does not mean that they …

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  • Legumes

    Legumes for Inflammation

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    Share For nearly any of you who have spent much time with me, you would have heard me bang on about how great legumes are, especially legumes for inflammation, so I figured it was time that I wrote a post about it! This is the …

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    Turmeric for Inflammation

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    Share Turmeric has long been used in Indian cooking to add flavor and colour. In traditional Indian medicine (Ayerveda), it is often used for it’s medicinal properties. Now, research is showing that turmeric may help reduce inflammation. Turmeric comes from the root of the ‘Curcuma …

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  • Fish Oil Cap

    An Update on Fish Oil

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    Share If you do a Google search for fish oil, it is clear the business for fish oil supplementation is booming. At times, it almost feels as though ‘take a fish oil supplement’ is a generic answer for every health condition under the sun. Still …

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