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Can prebiotic and probiotic supplements increase the efficacy of your flu shot?

With winter fast approaching, most of us are already thinking of getting our annual flu shot. It also time to remind ourselves that while getting a flu shot is an important step to prevent the flu, it is also crucial to maintain an overall good health during that time of the year. Most of us will increase our vitamin C dosage to improve our immune system.

Did you know that prebiotics and probiotics also play an important role in boosting the effect of the flu shoot?

As most of you already know, prebiotics and probiotics are often used to improve our immune system.

More on Practitioner Only Products

As we continue to receive questions on practitioner only products, we thought we’d give a summary of the most frequently asked questions.

Do I need to take practitioner-only products?

Can probiotics help treat anxiety and depression?

This is one of the hot topics of 2017 – can probiotics really help treat depression and anxiety?

Probiotics have been studied extensively for a number of years for their role in preventing or helping with our immune system, our weight, our gastrointestinal chronic conditions or our skin conditions.

Future Brains vs Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals

“The current generation has the responsibility to safeguard the brains of the future.” Prof Philippe Grandjean.

A new report published by CHEM Trust on 7 March 2017 highlights the risks of exposure to certain chemicals found in daily life on the brain development in children.

What does practitioner-only mean?

What does practitioner-only mean?

Practitioner-only products are complementary medicines listed or registered on the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods and supplied exclusively to healthcare professionals. Practitioner-only products can only be dispensed by a healthcare professional in accordance with section 42AA of the Therapeutic Goods Act 1989. Retail sale of practitioner-only complementary medicines to patients should only occur after consultation.

Optimism May Propel Women to a Longer Life

By Don Rauf

HealthDay Reporter

WEDNESDAY, Dec. 7, 2016 (HealthDay News) -- Women who generally believe that good things will happen may live longer.

That's the suggestion of a new study that seems to affirm the power of positive thinking.