Dr Brett Hill is co-host of two of Australia’s top rated health Podcasts, public speaker, Paleo advocate, chiropractor, barefoot runner and author of numerous books, e-books and co-hosts the show The Wellness Guys Show.
This Week In Wellness scientists have identified a new strain of swine flu in China capable of creating another pandemic. Published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences the paper states that whilst it is carried by pigs, it can affect humans and has “all the hallmarks” of becoming highly contagious in humans and needs close monitoring.
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This Week In Wellness a review in the Journal of The American College of Cardiology has stated that not only were there no beneficial effects of reducing saturated fat intake on cardiovascular disease or total mortality, there were in fact protective effects against stroke if the saturated fat intake was retained.
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This Week In Wellness Australian researchers are investigating whether vitamin D could be the answer to our country’s “allergy epidemic”. With one in 10 infants and one in 20 children in Australia already suffering from food-related allergies, and with the rates seemingly on the rise, researchers from the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute are hoping that vitamin D might provide the answers.
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This Week In Wellness a new study investigating the impact of lifestyle interventions for early stage type 2 diabetics has shown that nearly two thirds can achieve complete remission within 12 months.
The study published in the journal The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology comes on the back of many other studies in recent years showing the success of lifestyle interventions without the need for medication. It investigated 150 subjects with Middle Eastern or North African ancestry and an average age of 42 years. Participants we asked to follow a diet known as the Cambridge Weight Plan whilst also completing at least 150 minutes of physical exercise a week and walking at least 10,000 steps a day and were compared to a control group receiving standard medical care.
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