What is MEDLAB
Medlab is an Australian Nutraceutical company that focuses on formulating their products based on extensive research and testing. Their products as well as being research driven products are bio-therapeutic meaning they are both nutraceutical and pharmaceutical. The focus is on researching and formulating supplements for the body which fundamentally target the disease processes.
Diseases which can be treated with Medlab Supplements include:
Why we stock MEDLAB
Medlab has done extensive research into bacteria’s and diseases to develop biological medicines that restore human health by addressing the problem where it often starts, YOUR GUT!
A healthy gut translates to a longer life, better quality of life and helps support a healthy immune system. By supplementing the body with the right probiotics and a healthy microbiome, many chronic disease can be treated or prevented.
Medlab has also developed nutraceuticals which deal with anti-ageing, specifically musculoskeletal loss associated with the ageing process. Anti-ageing medicines and treatments are highly sought after by people for therapies such as Alzheimer’s Disease and for general conditions of ageing such as skeletal muscle loss and deficits in cellular energy production or metabolic ageing!
Their research focuses to identify and formulating drugs responsible for many ageing conditions such as Vitamin C, E, Orotate, Carnitine and microbial metabolites. As a result, there are now novel drug therapies which aim to allow better use of energy production and therefore reduce biological ageing.
We now also offer consultations with our Functional Nurse – Madilyn Wolens. Madilyn, can help identify your health concerns and find you the best products to have you looking good on the outside and feeling good on the inside!
There are 5 core research programs that are at various stages of investigation, Medlab Clinical researchers believe that the company is at the forefront of new bio-therapeutic discoveries, and, as such posits to progress its laboratory and clinical research that can bridge unmet needs in the ever increasing global trends in chronic diseases.