Wednesday, 20 May 2020
Reading Time: 24 minutes | The Evidence Backing Nutritional Tools That Support Pediatric Brain Health and a Healthy Attention Span Because of the pandemic, many parents have had substantially more one-on-one time with their children. And it has not been limited to the typical activities of being Mum and Dad, suddenly, there is the job of teaching as well. Getting
Friday, 23 August 2019
Reading Time: 2 minutes | Researchers from Oxford, Cardiff and Southampton Universities have been studying the dangers of overprescribing #antibiotics for common #respiratory tract illnesses in children, concluding that children given two or more courses in a year are 30% more likely to have further doses fail. The research was published by the British Journal of General Practice and analysed
Wednesday, 03 April 2019
Reading Time: 17 minutes | With Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease on the Rise and No NHS-Approved Treatment, Nutrient and Botanical Therapies Are Poised as the Next-Best Solutions As we move well into the 21st century, diseases related to a sedentary lifestyle and an overabundance of food are increasingly common. The rate of type 2 diabetes (T2D), a condition that was
Thursday, 15 September 2016
Reading Time: 9 minutes | Antony Haynes explores the potential mechanisms and actions of arabinogalactans, specifically from the Larch tree. The reason for choosing this topic is due to the clinical improvements that have been witnessed from its use by numerous patients of my own and of other practitioners. Larch arabinogalactans will be referred to as “L.A.”.
Thursday, 12 February 2015
Reading Time: 3 minutes | It has been proposed that risk for developing the autoimmune condition coeliac disease (CD) may be linked to the time that the infant is weaned to consume gluten containing foods. However, the timing of gluten introduction into an infant’s diet does not appear to influence a child’s subsequent risk of developing CD investigators report in
Thursday, 16 June 2011
Reading Time: 3 minutes | Suggestions for Vitamin D supplementation and children The need for oral vitamin D supplementation depends on the latitude of the child’s place of residence and the frequency of sunlight exposure as well as the time and timing. This summary chart makes suggestions concerning weight, rather than age to assist with making a clinical decision.