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Spring cleaning for the body

Our body is patient, it tolerates - at least for a certain period of time - all the toxins (food, environmental, living and clothing toxins) we put it through on a daily basis without complaint. In the long term, however, organ and metabolic functions are put under extreme strain.

Pink & vegan: beetroot hummus with omega-3

Especially those who avoid animal proteins will find chickpeas a healthy and inexpensive meat substitute, as they are an extremely versatile legume. They are rich in fiber, protein, vitamins and minerals, making them a great addition to a balanced diet. Today we're showing you a delicious and h...

Biohacking and longevity: modern technology for a healthier and longer life?

In today's fast-paced world, many people strive not only for success and prosperity, but also for a longer and healthier life. The term "longevity" deals with the science and art of ageing, while "biohacking" uses cutting-edge technologies and self-optimization methods to improve quality of life....

Vegetarian and vegan diets – health benefits and possible risks

For years, nutritional research institutions and professional associations have been calling for a reduction in meat consumption (especially processed meat). Although the consumption of these foods is declining, it currently stands at 52 kilograms per person per year (statistically speaking). A r...

The heart – when the engine "stutters" – Part 2

Cardiovascular diseases are widespread and cause high mortality rates in our civilized regions. A "heart-healthy" lifestyle includes a plant-based diet with plenty of olive oil, but also fish (omega-3 fatty acids) and avoiding easily available carbohydrates as far as possible. Maintaining a norma...

The heart – when the engine "stutters" – Part 1

Cardiovascular diseases are the most common cause of death in Germany, accounting for 35 to 40% of all deaths. Every year, around 300,000 Germans suffer a heart attack and around 250,000 a stroke. Over three million suffer from occlusions in the upper or lower extremities. It is astonishing in th...

Diabetes Part 1 – the prognosis is bleak

There are currently around 8 million people in Germany who have diabetes mellitus. An estimated 2 to 3 million are in the preliminary stages of diabetes. A further, drastic increase in the incidence of diabetes is predicted. The treatment of the disease and its consequential damage is an immense ...

Diabetes Part 2 – other recommended substances

Diabetes mellitus is a chronic degenerative disease that is associated with an increased need for numerous essential micronutrients on the one hand, but is often accompanied by deficiencies due to increased renal losses on the other. This imbalance and the associated worsening of the diabetic met...

Our immune system needs support – Part 2

A strengthened immune system means a better quality of life. Vitamin C is probably one of the most common recommendations when it comes to strengthening the body's defenses. However, other micronutrients or secondary plant substances can also be very helpful in building up the immune system. Some...

Our immune system needs support – Part 1

Humans have existed in their present form for around 200,000 years. It is primarily thanks to our immune system that the daily attacks by bacteria, viruses and millions of toxins have not led to our extinction.