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H. Pylori Infection

Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) infection. The Nutrition Practitioner. Spring 2007 Abstract H. pylori may be found in up to 50% of the world’s population, which would make it the most common infectious agent worldwide 1. The World Health Organisation (WHO) has classed...

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Management of Sulphate Deficiency

Evidence base for the Management of Sulphate Deficiency. ABSTRACT  Background Sulphate is required for many physiological processes as well as the structure and function of macromolecules. Inadequate supply can inhibit efficient detoxification, increase...

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The Allergy Test Guide

Methods of Allergy Screening The range of Allergy testing is enormous and surrounded with much controversy.  Some tests claim to be scientifically validated while others have no scientific basis whatsoever.  With no clearly definitive standard, allergy...

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Nutrition in the Workplace

Investigative Review on the Impact of Nutrition on Business. As the world around us is becoming more interconnected and complex, human health is increasingly perceived as the integrated outcome of its ecological, social-cultural, economic and institutional...

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Tackling Fats and Figures

The Government’s ominous statistics and ‘complex and challenging’ issues regarding obesity (1) are enough to make anyone reach for the chocolate!  Telling people to eat less and exercise more does not often work because it assumes that we...

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