Laura Lam, B.A., BHsc (Human Nutrition), Grad Dip (Public Health)

Laura Lam, B.A., BHsc (Human Nutrition), Grad Dip (Public Health)
Laura is a writer with an academic background in human nutrition and public health. She is passionate about scientific communication and population health and uses her expertise to translate scientific findings into accessible content that empowers individuals to make informed decisions about their health. She aims to foster a greater understanding of the importance of nutrition and lifestyle choices in promoting health and well-being among her readers. Some of her research interests include nutritional epidemiology, nutrigenomics, sports nutrition, and nutraceuticals.

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  • Diabetes
  • Efficacy
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  • Migraines
  • osteoporosis
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  • Supplements
  • How Much Ginseng Should You Take?

    How Much Ginseng Should You Take?

    Deanne Rachelle B. Mantuano, RND, RD

    Ginseng, a revered herb in traditional medicine for centuries, has gained popularity in the West for its potential health benefits. But with so many varieties and conflicting information, a common...

    How Much Ginseng Should You Take?

    Deanne Rachelle B. Mantuano, RND, RD

    Ginseng, a revered herb in traditional medicine for centuries, has gained popularity in the West for its potential health benefits. But with so many varieties and conflicting information, a common...

  • Why should you take L-theanine?

    Why should you take L-theanine?

    Kristina Zuna

    L-theanine is a special amino acid that you can find in tea leaves (of the Camellia sinensis plant). Scientific studies have shown that supplementation with L-theanine helps you sleep better, be less anxious, relax,...

    Why should you take L-theanine?

    Kristina Zuna

    L-theanine is a special amino acid that you can find in tea leaves (of the Camellia sinensis plant). Scientific studies have shown that supplementation with L-theanine helps you sleep better, be less anxious, relax,...

  • Do NMN supplements increase the risk of cancer?

    Do NMN supplements increase the risk of cancer?

    Kristina Zuna

    NMN or nicotinamide mononucleotide is a safe and well-tolerated dietary supplement. Our bodies produce NMN in small amounts and use it to make NAD+, an energy molecule.  Supplementing our bodies...

    Do NMN supplements increase the risk of cancer?

    Kristina Zuna

    NMN or nicotinamide mononucleotide is a safe and well-tolerated dietary supplement. Our bodies produce NMN in small amounts and use it to make NAD+, an energy molecule.  Supplementing our bodies...

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