Tag: Minerals

The Clinical Utility of Minerals: A snapshot. Part 2

New journal article has been published. Optimum nutrition is the foundation for optimum health. Minerals play a fundamental role in optimising health and managing chronic disease. This snapshot aims to introduce the clinical utility of the minerals copper, iodine, iron, manganese, molybdenum, and silica,… Continue Reading “The Clinical Utility of Minerals: A snapshot. Part 2”

$5.2 Billion Industry

This year was a very big year for the complementary medicine industry and profession. Most Australians (73%) have used at least one form of complementary medicine in the last year with 33% taking a supplement on a daily basis and 13% taking a supplement… Continue Reading “$5.2 Billion Industry”

The importance of minerals for cognitive development in children

Optimum nutrition is fundamental for the development of a child’s full potential and there are studies that link chronic undernutrition and micronutrient deficiency to cognitive deficits.[1] Undernutrition has been shown to negatively impact various developmental and cognitive areas including motor development, language functioning, intelligent… Continue Reading “The importance of minerals for cognitive development in children”

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