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Folic Acid Supplements and Genetic Polymorphisms. Breads and other products such as breakfast cereals are often fortified with various vitamins and minerals. There has been a recent concern that many gluten free products do not receive such fortification and perhaps the allergy free consumer is missing out.
Food intolerance is a complicated business and replacing nutrition lost on an exclusion diet may involve 'going exotic'. Margaret Moss explains. November 2013
Supplements: The Real Story. Natural or Synthetic? Foods or Tablets? - from the Orthomolecular News Service. Febuary 2012
Free, peer-reviewed nutritional medicine research online – when you doctor says he/she has never seen good research showing that vitamins work therapeutically, suggest they follow the links from this article. From the Orthomolecular Medicine News Service.
Radioactive Fallout: Can Nutritional Supplements Help? A Personal Viewpoint by Dr Damien Downing May 2011
Grain and Corn Free Supplements: A Nightmare! Micki Rose explains why and what you can do about it. May 2011
Zero deaths from vitamins, minerals, amino acids or herbs – a report from the Orthomolecular Medicine News Service
Women, young and old, are worryingly short of nutrients – Micki Rose explains August 2010
Nutrition and Addiction: promoting recovery through nutritional and lifestyle interventions
Foods for optimal health – John Scott reviews Patrick Holford's 100% Health Survey which cuts across much conventional dietary wisdom Viz: nuts and seeds, often avoided because of their high fat and calorie content, prove excellent predictors of good health while wheat and milk, considered by many to be staples, are associated with poor health. January 2010
Lectins. Many of us have heard of them but few really know what they are and how they can affect our health. Margaret Moss 2009
Rotating cabbage and linseeds: managing food sensitivities with a rotation diet – Nicki Greenham 2009
Food, behaviour and the junk food generation: a report on the FABResearch held in Brighton in March -
The Ketogenic Diet: explaining the precision diet formulated to help control epilepsy - Ruti Chang 2009
Nutrition in old age: how micronutrient malnourishment among the elderly makes a heavy contribution to illness and unnecessary hospitalisation – Margaret Moss 2007
Eat right to digest right: an exploration into why we are seeing an increasing number of patients with excellent diets who also suffer from blood sugar problems and inflammatory disease – Marion Kirkham 2004
Dietetics and nutrition: contrasting views on nutrition with contrasting views on food allergy and intolerance – Frances Dale 2002
Nutritional supplements and fortified foods intended to boost immunity may make asthma flare-ups worse
Could candida succumb to alligator blood?
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