It is important to maintain adequate levels of vitamin K. This fat soluble vitamin plays a vital role in many important metabolic pathwaysRead More
This article discusses magnesium as magnesium sulphate, also known as Epsom Salts. Magnesium is involved in in more than 300 essential metabolic reactions.Read More
58% of Australians (an estimated 11 million people) broke their New Year’s resolution, some in as little as 3 months! Health & fitness was most popular.Read More
With the imminent arrival of the “silly season”, we felt it was appropriate to discuss those nutrients required for healthy liver and adrenal gland support. This will ensure that you all make it through this very busy and social time of year intact!Read More
Learning to swallow tablets and capsules can be challenging for children. Here are 10 practical tips for both children and adults that have problems swallowing their medicine.Read More
This article focuses on the many enquiries from customers asking for the best techniques for masking medicine flavours to be palatable for their children (and themselves).Read More
It’s confusing to choose the right probiotic supplement. Here are guidelines to help you chose those suited for specific conditions or everyday maintenance.Read More
As discussed, minerals are classified as either a macro or micro. This depends on the amount required by the body and is not an indication their importance. Macro-minerals are found in greater volumes within the body and micro-minerals are only needed in trace amounts. This post will focus on the micro minerals Zinc and Iron.Read More
We underestimate the importance of the role of the GUT and how it works with the BRAIN to play a major role in our general health. This article will focus on key points as a summary. Studies have shown a strong connection between the GUT and BRAIN with our gut even being described as having “a mind of its own”.Read More
Kingsway Compounding work very closely with individual practitioners to understand their knowledge and processes. We take the extra time to understand how each individual practitioner operates.
Often we will often call to check specific information provided so that we can ensure that our compounds (your medicine) is right for you.
The types of practitioners that we receive patient scripts from are not limited to General Practitioners and we often receive scripts from psychologists, osteopaths, nutritionists, physiotherapists, naturopaths etc.Read More