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Nutrition News 13th December

13/12/2018 15:48

              hazelnuts linked to improved micronutrients

Several studies this week have found that our dietary choices can have a big impact on our health and lifestyles. From the benefits of hazelnuts on older people to the link between excess belly fat and heart health, research continues to illustrate the importance of a healthy, balanced diet.

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Posted in News By Alison Astill-Smith

Nutrition News 7th December

07/12/2018 15:25

              leafy greens benenfical to male memory

In this week’s nutrition news we look at how a certain diet could lead to reduced memory loss in males and another study on the link between vitamin D and depression.

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Posted in News By Alison Astill-Smith

Nutrition News 29 November

29/11/2018 13:46

              vitamin d linked to exercise performance


This week’s nutrition news looks at the importance of our vitamins. From vitamin D to C, a number of studies have investigated their benefits and concluded in interesting findings. Read on for the full report.


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Posted in News By Alison Astill-Smith

Nutrition News 21st November

21/11/2018 13:42

              potential dangers of edible flowers on health

This week’s nutrition news covers the potential benefits of nuts on our health and, conversely, the potential long-term risks of so-called “edible” flowers in our food. Read the full article here for more information as well as the recent call from Public Health England on the food industry to help curb the nation’s obesity problem.

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Posted in News By Alison Astill-Smith

Nutrition News 16th November

16/11/2018 12:56

              impact of nutrition on the brain

This week’s nutrition news focuses on all things brain. From the impact of different roasts of coffee on brain health to intermittent fasting, there’s plenty of research on how what we eat and drink could be affecting our cognitive function. Read on for more information.

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Posted in News By Alison Astill-Smith

Nutrition News 8th November

09/11/2018 10:35

              what food you eat affect sleep

In today’s nutrition news we take another look at how what we eat could affect the quality of sleep we’re getting as well as reporting on the link between BMI and mortality, and the impact a plant-based diet could have on someone with type 2 diabetes.

Have a read and see what you think of the findings.

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Posted in News By Alison Astill-Smith

              impact of nutrition on sleep

This week’s nutrition news covers the potential benefits of oranges, ginger and how nutrition could impact sleep disorders. The studies come from across the world and look at real life cases. Have a read and see if there are any surprising findings.

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Posted in News By Alison Astill-Smith

Nutrition News 26th October

26/10/2018 11:39

              link between gut bacteria and exercise

Weight, exercise and diet go hand in hand, or so we’ve always believed, but it may be more complicated than that. Studies released this week further illustrate the relationships between brain, diet and exercise may be more complex as we continue to discover new effects certain criteria may have.

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Posted in News By Alison Astill-Smith

Nutrition News 18th October

18/10/2018 13:55

           effect of coffee on cognitive function

The latest in nutrition research has uncovered several findings that the industry and public alike may find interesting. From the effect of coffee on cognitive function to the number of young people drinking alcohol, there have been several papers published that look into how and what people are consuming and the effect it can have on the body. Read on for more information.

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Posted in News By Alison Astill-Smith

Nutrition News 12th October

12/10/2018 14:54

                           Benefits of a whole grain diet

From the more surprising discoveries in the benefits of whole grain to the perhaps more widely assumed stereotypes of student diets, this week we look at the latest in nutrition news to bring you up-to-date.



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Posted in News By Alison Astill-Smith

Nutrition News 4th October

04/10/2018 16:40

           artificial sweeteners bad for the gut

Studies and research published this week have uncovered a host of discoveries the health and nutrition sector will find interesting and be of benefit to the wider public. From further studies on the Mediterranean diet to research on artificial sweeteners, we’ve amalgamated our top picks to keep you up to date.

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Posted in News By Alison Astill-Smith

           regular bedtimes benefits heart health

A number of studies have been released over the past week that have given way to statements about certain behaviours and nutritional habits that could have a profound effect on our health. From the impact of sleeping patterns on heart health and metabolism to further evidence supporting the benefits of a Mediterranean diet, read on for more information.



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Posted in News By Alison Astill-Smith

           relationship between cognitive decline and obesity

This week we examine the latest studies and findings to bring you up to date with the world of nutrition. From the relationship between obesity and cognitive decline to an analysis of macronutrient studies, there have been several interesting reports published this week.

None of the below studies or articles reflect or give any indication to the views of Metabolics. This round-up has been put together purely for the benefit and interest of Metabolics blog readers.

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Posted in News By Alison Astill-Smith

           more blood pressure readings for prediction of risk of cardiovascular disease

Here we highlight the latest research and news to come out of the world of nutrition and health. As always, Metabolics is in no way associated with the below studies and they are listed here with a view of sharing the latest updates and news in the sector.

Highlights this week include the importance of several blood pressure readings over a single reading, where we inherit good fats and a study on whole grains.



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Posted in News By Alison Astill-Smith
 
We have made a number of changes within Metabolics, to find out more just click here.
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Microbiome is a term used to name a collective of microbes. Microbes are everywhere: In our bodies, the soil and surround us in everyday life. This blog looks at why microbiomes are important to us in everyday life.  Read More
Posted in News By Marc Waterman
Diabetes affects around 4 million British people a year and is increasing year on year. This blog looks at some recent research into how we can prevent and control the disease. Read More
Posted in News By Marc Waterman

Recent Research 10/07/15

17/07/2015 13:06

Alison regularly reviews the latest published research whilst developing new products. These new blog posts aim to highlight some of those recent publications that you may find interesting, and deliver them in small bitesize chunks.  This post highlights pregnancy, contaminated fish oils and the link between B vitamins and fish oils.

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Posted in News By Alison Claire

Vitamin B Complex Liquid

Vitamin B Complex Liquid

Metabolics is proud to announce their new Vitamin B Complex liquid. This is unparalleled in its composition, supplying the highest quality B vitamins all in the most bioavailable, coenzyme forms. This means that they are in forms that the body can absorb readily and be directly utilised by the body without requiring conversion in the enterocytes or the liver before being released into the general circulation.

Most nutritional supplement companies’ use the cheaper forms of vitamins, in particular the B vitamins that need to be converted to their active coenzymes.

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Posted in News By Alison Claire

110 Rochester Row, Metabolics Womens Health Seminar

Metabolics are delighted to announce we will be hosting a second Women’s Health Seminar in London at the wonderful 110 Rochester Row.

The seminar will once again feature Dr Emma Derbyshire, who provided a range of superb presentations in our previous womens health seminar.

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Posted in News By Alison Claire

Last week saw the end of the “sell through” period for the Traditional Herbal Medicinal Products Directive (THMPD); as such we have withdrawn any of our products that would be considered unlicensed herbal medicines under the scheme.

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Posted in News By Alison Claire

Iron is incredibly important mineral and is found in every living cell so I thought I'd write a short post on the importance of iron as mineral as well as the signs of being deficient in Iron can lead to.

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Posted in News By Alison Claire

After a long period of working with the US FDA, we have finally achieved official notification of compliance.

This means we are now able to resume distribution of all products within the United States.  We send every batch of our supplements away for external laboratory testing to verify the quality of the product. Unfortunately, the cost of the testing on probiotic products is cost prohibitive at present. However, this is something we are working on and we will notify our American customers once we have achieved a resolution.

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Posted in News By Alison Claire

 Vitamin D & Human Health: From The Gamete To The Grave” Conference 2014

Metabolics are proud to announce we will be sponsoring the up and coming “Vitamin D and Human Health: From the Gamete to the Grave” conference presented by the Vitamin D Council. This academic meeting will be held at the Queen Mary, University of London over a period of three days from the 23rd to the 26th of April 2014.

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Posted in News By Alison Claire

Vitamin A is essential for all mammals. Preformed vitamin A is a group of fat-soluble compounds of animal origin called retinoid. It is found in eggs, milk products and animal liver. In countries low in foods derived from animals, carotenoids from vegetables need to supply the requirements for Vitamin A. In Asia and in Africa this can be 80% of the dietary intake whilst in the Western diet, as much as 40% of dietary intake.

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Posted in News By Alison Claire

Manufacturing facilities and Procedures

Most people do not consider where their supplements come from, or how they are made. Generally people believe that their supplements are made in research laboratories, by people in white coats, manufactured in pharmaceutical grade facilities.

The truth is that in the UK anybody can set up as a nutritional supplement manufacturer mixing and formulating in their kitchen.

In the United States, Good Manufacturing Process (GMP) regulations and requirements came into effect in June 2010, extending those requirements to any foreign (UK) facility that supplies to the States. This means that regardless of what country you are based in, if you supply to the US, you need to comply with these regulations.

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Posted in News By Alison Claire

Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive degeneration of the nervous system where the death of brain cells over time causes memory loss and cognitive decline (dementia).

There are 2 common forms of dementia, Alzheimer’s disease which according to the Alzheimer’s society accounts for 60-80% cases of dementia and vascular dementia which is caused by stroke.

Alzheimer’s like any dementia is the result of brain cell death where there are progressively fewer nerve cells (neurons) and connections (synapses) and the total brain size shrinks.

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Posted in News By Alison Claire

Osteoporosis is decreased bone density, which means it is porous and weakened at risk of fracture. It is common in postmenopausal women because Oestrogen regulates osteoclasts removal of dead demineralised bone and progesterone is required by osteoblasts to build new bone, so decreased oestrogen means increased bone resorption, and decreased progesterone means less bone building.

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Posted in News By Alison Claire

We all know about Genetics, understanding that we are all born with genes composed of DNA and made up of a sequence of nucleotide bases in a particular order that we inherit from our parents. We are all familiar with the concept that our genes are responsible for our eye colour, hair colour and predisposition towards disease states such as breast or prostate cancer.

Scientists once believed that genes were fixed from the moment of conception but research since 2004 has demonstrated that genes can be turned on or off and are subject to environmental influences such as nutrition, stress and emotions.

Epigenetics literally means “On Top of the Gene” ,so the DNA that you have inherited remains in the same sequence but these other factors such as nutrition and the chemicals produced by stress and emotions determine whether that gene that you have inherited is expressed and the disease manifest.

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Posted in News By Alison Claire

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Metabolics: The Practitioners Choice

As a practitioner we know that you want the best for your patients. Many practitioners that use Metabolics products do so simply because they get the most positive results for their patients. We believe this is because of the purity of our products.

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Metabolics Has Received Official Notification Of Compliance With The US FDA

After a long period of working with the US FDA, we have finally achieved official notification of compliance. This means we are now able to resume distribution of all products within the United States.

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