The Metabolic Syndrome (MetS) is the collective term used for a group of interlinked medical conditions that all pose a significant health risk. If left unchecked, the cumulative effect of these conditions statistically reduces life expectancy by increasing the risk for developing heart disease, high blood pressure and diabetes, as well as various forms of cancer. Read more…
Understanding your health is the first step to recovery. Regular screenings can diagnose early risk factors, ensuring preventative measures can be implemented early. Consult our short summaries of cost effective tests you will take when being assessed for the Metabolic Syndrome.
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Insulin resistance occurs when the body doesn’t respond properly to the hormone insulin. Insulin resistance is the driving factor leading to obesity, type 2 diabetes, gestational diabetes and prediabetes. Read more
Stress is the body’s response to a change that requires a physical, mental or emotional adjustment. It is also the body’s method of reacting to or preparing for a new challenge. Read more
Cholesterol is a fat-like substance, naturally found in humans and animals. It has many important functions that are essential to the body. Cholesterol forms part of the basic structure of many hormones, all cell membranes and the insulation layer around nerves. Read more
Diabetes is a group of metabolic disorders that all manifest in one common symptom, namely high blood glucose levels. The underlying defect that leads to its development always relates to the hormone insulin, either as a result of a deficiency, or due to a fault in the way insulin conducts its biological function. Read more
Are you finding it more difficult than ever to lose weight? If so, you may have become insulin resistant. An easy way to find out is to check your waist circumference. Males with a waistline measurement of more than 102cm and females more than 88cm have a high chance of having insulin resistance. Read more
Today children are under continued pressure to perform, all children are different and change according to their age and what is going on in their lives. Find out more about various strategies and assessments to assist you to optimise your child’s focus and concentration. Read more
The immune system is a complex biological system, consisting of many different types of cells, tissues, and organs, each with their own specific function. The immune system’s major functions are to recognise and neutralize harmful substances and infective organisms (like bacteria, viruses, and parasites), heal damaged tissue and remove cells of our own body that are not functioning correctly, such as cancer cells. Read more
Inflammation is part of a complex biological response serving to help combat infection, restore injured tissues, and neutralise toxins. Besides helping to eliminate the initial cause of cell injury (such as a microbe or toxin), inflammation also helps clear out dead cells and damaged tissues in preparation for tissue repair. Read more
FlamLeve™ reduces inflammation and pain and protects your body from inflammatory damage. FlamLeve™ is ideally used to relieve mild pain, discomfort and stiffness resulting from muscle injury and inflammation, as well as an assistive therapy for acute and chronic inflammatory conditions of the organs.
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a hormonal disorder that leads to abnormal menstruation, problems with ovary function, cosmetic issues and infertility. PCOS is recognised as one of the most common disorders among reproductive aged women and is considered to be the leading cause of female infertility. By some estimates, one in every five women may meet diagnostic criteria. Read more
OviVance helps to optimise your reproductive health and ovary function before and during pregnancy. It also assists you in combatting insulin resistance related to common reproductive disorders, such as Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (or PCOS).
Most of the acne we are familiar with is hormonal acne, also known as acne vulgaris. Most simply, it is acne that develops due to hormonal changes and imbalance, usually as a result of there being too much male hormone, or testosterone. Read more
SkinVance + Zinc™ has been designed to assist in optimising skin health by combatting the effects of insulin resistance, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome and hormonal change and imbalance on the skin. These include hormonal acne, skin hyperpigmentation and excess hair.
Most modern health conditions can be prevented and managed by adopting a healthy lifestyle. We offer multiple resources to help you improve yours.
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