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Intermittent Fasting: Theoretically Great, Normally Problematic

As a therapeutic intervention, fasting pre-dates all medical literature. Hippocrates wrote enthusiastically about the benefits of this approach, as did Plato and Paracelsus. Fasting centres were abundant in many countries in the early 20th century before pharmaceuticals became the order of the day. The benefits

Getting into Ketosis – VIDEO

Ketosis can be fantastic at alleviating adrenal stress and managing hypoglycaemic episodes. However, the transition can be stressful…


Oxalates FAQs

  Why are oxalates a problem?   Oxalates serve no purpose in the body. However, they can cause serious problems and tend to do so in four ways: via crystal formation and subsequent interaction with immune cells, cause pronounced inflammation. This¬† can result in irritation

Soluble vs Insoluble Oxalates: What’s the Difference?

While oxalates can be formed in a number of ways (eg. when amino acid processing runs in a distorted manner, following the administration of excessive Vitamin C or from the conversion of fungal toxins in the gut), the most common pathway into the body is

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